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She says the fun, girl-next-door profile is way more successful. Bradford says to get a friend who's on the app to give you a VIP Ticket to get on the next review period.
Friends who are already on the app can also recommend you to the concierge.
So, in short, it’s okay to laugh, but keep the rest of your message grammatical and punctuated.
Bradford says you can do this by choosing pictures where you're smiling (with teeth) as opposed to using selfies or more serious photos.
Enter The League, a selective dating app with a solution for perpetually over-scheduled young professionals ... Founder and CEO Of The League, Amanda Bradford, says the app, which pulls in your Facebook and Linked In accounts, is designed for people who are ready to take things a little more seriously and spend their time wisely.
"They don't have time to go on five bad dates a week, instead they want to go on one date with someone they have a pretty good chance of connecting with."In this week's episode on dating apps for Bustle’s new sex and relationships podcast I Want It That Way, we talked to Bradford all about dating app profile pictures, dating dealbreakers, the About Me section, and what a few Bustle editors are doing wrong in their profiles.
She does A/B testing on the app with two different personas: Mandy and Amanda.
One profile has photos showing she's fun, approachable, and parties with friends, and another is a more professional profile, where she has full makeup and her hair done.