Im on Match, very passively due to no success, but there doesnt seem to be an income selection anymore which is disappointing. I’m not college educated, but I make over 70k. I feel like a lot of women who MIGHT(a big might lol) be interested see no college and assume the guy is a loser. I’d love to convey that I’m financially secure with savings in the bank, but that’s hard to convey verbally without sounding arrogant. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t.For those of you doing online dating apps, if you want more women checking/viewing your profile then enter a salary into the income metric.
Women love the money.
When I did Match.com back in the mid 2010s, they used to have an income filter. You could leave it blank and ignore if you want. But it also had designated choices like 0-35,000, 35,000-50,000, 50,000-75,000 etc.... you get the idea. They got rid of the filter soon after I stopped using the service. Maybe its back but I dont know.
When I first signed up I ignored that metric as it's a personal thing and I didnt think women really cared since I filed out honestly just about every other box. I'd get hits here and there and also got some dates out of it.
I then activated the income metric and chose one of the $100,000+ filters (true info too as I dont BS on dating apps). I chose the one that said either $100-125k or $100-150k. I forget.
Guess what? Suddenly my inbox is getting tons of views literally overnight. When someone views your profile, a red icon with a number on it would show up on your mailbox icon. The number means how many checked out your profile. So instead of going daily with 0 or maybe 1 view here and there, suddenly every day I'm getting 5-6 views from different women for 3 weeks straight.
So it shows tons of superficial women choose a salary filter for their search preference. I never did that.
So if any dating apps have an income filter, choose a good salary and watch your views skyrocket.