They’ll also know that you’re ready to open up and show your most vulnerable side, which could be one of the keys to finding a partner through the app.
“It’s about getting the right likes. It’s about attracting the person who’s going to like you and turning away the ones who don’t like you,” McLeod said.
While voice and video have become modes of communication during the pandemic, some users are still hesitant to post videos of themselves on the app, McLeod said.
But the combination of images and recorded voice clips proved effective, he said. This can help matches get a “three-dimensional idea of what someone will look like,” McLeod said.
Whichever mode you choose, the bottom line is that the more you’re willing to share about yourself, the more successful you’ll be on the app, McLeod said. “It’s simple advice.”
To date, Hinge has hosted more than 30 million dates and raked in around $284 million in revenue last year, according to the FT. Match Group did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.