In this article, I’m going to give you a realistic idea of what kind of Tinder Results you can expect to get once you get a solid profile and understand text game. We’re going to look at likes, quality matches, responses to the opener, dates, and lays. For this experiment, I reset my Tinder from scratch. I got Tinder gold and set up a solid profile.
How Many Tinder Likes Should You Get?
I let my tinder sit there for about 48 hours at which point I had gotten around 100 likes (without using any boosts). This makes sense given that I have a pretty good profile and am in Miami. If I was in Colombia or Poland, I likely would’ve gotten the same amount of matches in 3-4 hours, so location plays a huge role here
How Many Quality Tinder Matches Should You Get?
Out of those 100 matches, about 1/3 were chicks who I found attractive and was actually interested in meeting (33 matches exactly). The big factor here is going to be pickiness, I would rate myself as quite selective. For the average guy, this ratio is likely to be between 20-50%.
How Many Girls Responded to the Tinder Opener?
After matching with 33 chicks I gave it a little over a week to see what percentage of these interactions went anywhere. By that time I had only 30 matches left (meaning 3 were either bots or unmatched). Out of those about half had responded to my openers
Responded To Opener: 15/30
Opened me: 1/30
“Hola Linda”: 1/1
“Hey trouble”: 5/15
“Hey, I like your style”: 8/15
After three days I double texted every chick who didn’t respond to the opener with “are you always this talkative”. 4/15 responded to that
How Many Tinder Interactions Were Successful?
Out of the 19 girls who ultimately responded, there were 4-5 who were no longer in my city (waste of time), the majority of the rest resulted in conversations where the girl stopped responding after a few messages. There was also one chick who I wound up going on a date and Hooking up with. Along, with several where the conversation is still ongoing.
Conclusion: What Your Tinder Results Should Look Like
On the surface, this data may seem depressing. Out of 100 + likes and 33 matches, I “only” was able to go out & sleep with one girl.
The final conversion rates looked something like this after 48 hours:
33 matches (31% of likes)
19 responses (18% of likes)
4 ongoing conversations (4% of likes)
1 lay (1% of likes)
However, there are a few important factors to keep in mind when interpreting these results. First of all, it only took me 48 hours to get the likes for these matches. If the ratio here stays the same then theoretically I should be able to hook up with a chick once every two days. And that’s only from ONE dating app. If I was to diversify amongst the big three (tinder, bumble, hinge) then this number would increase drastically.
Furthermore, there is a delayed build-up effect here. If I had made the timeline for texting my matches a month instead of a week, I might have been able to get 2/19. It takes time to build up your “pipeline”
The big takeaway here is simple…Get the best possible profile and then use it on multiple dating apps to maximize the amount of “opportunities” you get. Then, utilize good text game to convert the highest percentage of these opportunities into dates.
It’s worth stressing that these are my results, using a highly tested and optimized profile, with my years of practice texting women. These results are definitely on the high side. You can’t expect your Tinder results to look like this overnight. My Online Dating Blueprint gives you a complete guide to improving your online dating results. In other words: more likes, more matches, more responses, and more lays from Tinder.
How do your results on Tinder compare? Leave us a comment to let us know, and be sure to share what you think your biggest sticking point is.