Here, Davis offers advice that applies to pretty much every dating service, whether you're all about Match.com, more partial to Hinge, or a fan of something else entirely.
Choosing the right pictures is the first step, especially if you're using an app like Tinder that barely has room for a summary.
When you've only got a few sentences' worth of space, every little bit counts.
"On an app like Tinder or Hinge, your profile needs to be content-rich even though it's short," says Davis. "You want to pack as much information in as you can," she says.
It's natural that you'll have a few stunning photos with friends, but Davis suggests keeping them to a minimum on your profile.After Davis and her team added details to the client's profile about exactly how she led her life in a cultured way and how she wanted to share that with someone, her matches improved.Showing that you want to experience certain things together doesn't just help alert someone to the fact that they may be right for you, it sends signals that deter people who aren't.So instead of saying you love to travel, you can say something about how you just got back from a trip to Thailand and are hoping to make it to Iceland in the new year."The more information you give, the easier it is for someone to connect with you," says Davis."It's better to try to attract the right type of person than to detract the wrong one." How to do that?