Another 6 examples of how to improve your messaging
First I gave you 13 ways to reignite your online/text game, then 6 more ways to improve your online game. Now, here are another six examples of how to improve your messaging, and hopefully help you develop your own style. Once you find your voice, a term commonly used by novelists and comedians to describe how they come up with their material, you’ll almost never struggle with what to say in text, or in person for that matter.
My Bumble bio kindly (and 100 percent jokingly) asks women to refrain from sending “vag pics” via Snapchat. But the humor seems to be lost on most of my matches, so I play along.
It always helps to have a working knowledge of things girls like, such as Taylor Swift, The Notebook, etc., etc.
My Bumble bio proudly states my status as a “peanut butter connoisseur.” What kinds of convo-generating things are in your bio?
But seriously, most guys misunderstand the concept of “negging”, “breaking rapport”, or whatever term you prefer; it’s best used in these kinds of lighthearted discussions, that way it doesn’t come off as a personal affront.
Level unlocked: Master Re-framer.
Even professionals appreciate my work. A few months ago I wrote this article about how to write an effective Tinder bio. In it, I shared the Tinder bio I had been using. Maybe in a future article I’ll break down the “creative and branding industry”-approved bio that I’m currently bedazzling my matches with.
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About Luke Harold Luke Harold is a journalist who has written for publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Orange County Register.