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10-Jun-2016 16:36

As Tinder’s sociologist Jessica Carbino put it, why risk disappointing her when she realizes you’re not the one she was hoping to meet?

In fact, researchers have proven that the “Ugly Friend Effect” not only exists, it works.

Female users are likely to share information after several months (25% vs 16%)‚ while men are significantly more likely to hand over their personal details after just minutes or hours (16% vs 9%).

Overall‚ 55% of people that date online have experienced some form of threat or problem – ranging from IT security incidents to meeting up with people that didn’t turn out to be who they claimed‚ or being rejected by potential matches.

If she has a bad impression of you from the start, she's not clicking on your profile or responding to your message.

Here’s where it gets challenging – she’s forming opinions on just about every aspect of what she sees, including your posture, facial expression, and the clothes you’re wearing.

To get on the good side of her first impression, your photos need to convey all the reasons you’re such a great catch.

And if you're not that hot, don't worry – keep reading for how to be magnetic and irresistible to women, no matter what you look like.

And since most schools don’t teach how to take a good Tinder photo, you’ll find plenty of examples of good picture ideas for guys you can use for inspiration. Studies have shown that women take about 1/10th of a second to form an impression of someone in a photograph.

"All of this information‚ in the wrong hands‚ can be used to track online dating users and their families online and offline‚ to crack their accounts by guessing passwords‚ for blackmail‚ and more. Giving out this information can mean that a relationship struck up online can enter the real world very quickly – with people going from being strangers‚ to being able to access an online dater’s home address or phone line within a matter of minutes.

That‚ of course‚ is not always a safe or a good thing." Men are ready to share personal information about themselves much faster than women are.

This is called “signalling,” and it can make or break your online dating photos.