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Woman who writes dating profiles for $25 each spills the secrets 

What makes a winning Tinder bio? Woman who writes dating profiles for singles looking for love spills the secrets

  • Madeleine Holden offered to write dating profiles on Tinder for $25 each
  • She had an influx of men, and women, hoping she’ll help their chances with wit
  • The woman has a baseline ‘formula’ she follows, which includes a one-liner
  • She also suggests the framing and tone needs to differ for every person 

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When it comes to getting prospective partners to swipe right it’s all about what you’re offering in your bio.

And none understand that more than Madeleine Holden who launched a modest enterprise to help unlucky-in-love singles with their dating profiles.

Speaking to Newshub, the New Zealand-based writer posted a call out on her Twitter account, suggesting she would curate individual bio’s for a mere $25 a pop.

When it comes to getting prospective partners to swipe right it’s all about what you’re offering in your bio

She had a number of emails about the offer and has created a special formula that guarantees an all important match at the end of the day.  

‘Without putting any of my customers on blast or revealing too many trade secrets, there’s a baseline formula that I build from and tweak in most cases, which is roughly as follows:

“I’m [summarise subject in best possible light] looking for [describe dream partner] for [clarify nature of relationship]”, plus an engaging one-liner, preemptive date invitation and/or ice-breaker to seal the right-swipe,’ she said.

Speaking to Newshub, the New Zealand-based writer posted a call out on her Twitter account, suggesting she would curate individual bio's for a mere $25 a pop

Speaking to Newshub, the New Zealand-based writer posted a call out on her Twitter account, suggesting she would curate individual bio’s for a mere $25 a pop

She had a number of emails about the offer and has created a special formula that guarantees an all important match at the end of the day

She had a number of emails about the offer and has created a special formula that guarantees an all important match at the end of the day

The framing of those short sentences need to set a tone and personality in order to engage the reader.

They also can’t be too short – suggesting the person is extremely shy – or followed by thousands of expletive emoji’s – which is just frightening.

‘A degree of objectivity also goes a long way in this area: regardless of how clever my customers are, they’re always grateful to be able to put this particular task in someone else’s hands, because drafting one’s own dating app bio is pretty much a universally loathed and cringeworthy experience,’ she explained.

Madeleine has crafted witty biography’s for people of all gender, sexuality and age, even writing out some of their specific fantasies and fetishes for the world to see.

But she said none of them have been ‘undateable’ people – all have that humbling sense of hope that they’ll find The One online.

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