Did you know that the Tinder algorithm was created to battle spam on the platform?
Yes, it’s true…
But the funny thing about the Tinder algorithm is that most guys think that it was designed to punish men with lower quality pictures and to give women an advantage in the dating marketplace.
These things aren’t true. Tinder doesn’t have any vendetta against men and in certain dating markets like Thailand, it actually benefits men more than women.
After doing some research I found that everything about the algorithm is designed to combat spamminess.
To understand how I came to this conclusion, let’s rewind back to when Tinder was first launched.
In the first few years of its launch, it was a pretty basic dating app, and it didn’t really do much stuff other than let you swipe right or left on a girl and then let you talk to her if she already swiped right on you.
But men quickly found ways to manipulate the app to get massive exposure to a lot of women quickly.
And we all know that massive exposure to women will lead to more dating options for men.
This is true especially when you use Tinder bios that turn her on and make her message you.
Luckily for you, I’ve created a 5 page PDF that has my most top-secret “tested to the bedroom” Tinder bios (copy-paste-ready just for you)
It was discovered that you could use an “auto-swiper” to mass right-swipe all girls, and then, after liking 10,000 girls in just an hour, you would have a ton of matches who were down to hook up if you did your job right.
But as the Tinder app evolved and became more sophisticated over time (as all software businesses do), it started including more features to keep users on the platform and stop them from leaving.
And that’s where the Tinder algorithm comes into the picture.
Having a large and active female user base allows Tinder to hold power in the dating market, and it’s important to listen to what the women are saying and what kind of feedback they’re trying to give Tinder.
If Tinder didn’t listen to women’s feedback about the app, women would start leaving the app, and it would end up just like Plenty Of Fish (a dead dating site from the 2000s).
And guess what the women’s complaints were about?
Low value men with their shitty blurry shirtless bathroom mirror pics showing up on their feed one after another.
And it didn’t help that tons of dating coaches were advocating ALL men to swipe right on every girl and to mass spam the platform with their profile by mass right swiping girls.
And to be honest, I was advising my subscribers to do exactly that.
So, to prevent women from leaving the platform, the Tinder algorithm was created.
No, it wasn’t created to squeeze out more money from male users.
No, it wasn’t created because Tinder hates men and wants them to fail.
No, it wasn’t created to give women an upper hand in their quest for “hypergamy”.
Let’s Get A Better Understanding Of How The Tinder Algorithm Actually Works
Once we understand how it works, then we can hack it, and use it to our advantage
The way that the Tinder algorithm, or ELO score, operates is that it is a feedback loop.
Feedback loops are present all throughout the universe. They literally operate on fundamental laws and you can see feedback loops in all areas of life.
Here’s what a feedback loop look like:
Here are a few examples of feedback loops in real life:
And the same types of feedback loops are present within the core architecture of the Tinder algorithm…
As we can see in the above diagrams that depict the Tinder algorithm, if you don’t have a good profile, you quickly get poor visibility of your profile.
This means that spamming profiles on Tinder is impossible now. You can no longer spam the platform by creating multiple profiles, and you can no longer mass swipe girls for increased visibility to girls.
The mechanism of the Tinder ELO score prevents any kind of spam from happening.
Is this such a bad thing? Nope, it’s actually the opposite!
This anti-spam measure on Tinder also means that it is super easy to test your pictures to find the ones that have the highest Sexual Market Value. All it takes is a day. At the end of the day, you either have a lot of girls who have “already liked you” or you have very few likes.
For example, even if you created multiple Tinder accounts with randomized pics, you would not be spamming the Tinder platform unless all of your Tinder accounts perform really well and girls love all your pics on all your accounts. Such a thing is not very likely to happen. Instead what you’re likely to observe is that 1 or 2 Tinder accounts out of 10 will absolutely destroy the competition and get you a steady, constant supply of the hottest Tinder matches.
And once you have those matches, you will need to know how to text them so things don’t fizzle out.
Here’s my ebook on how to stop fizzled out Tinder conversations, if you’re worried that girls will flake on you.
This anti-spam ELO algorithm allows us to create multiple Tinder accounts at once and find out the best profile within probably less than a day of testing. The profiles that suck will get lowered visibility and be stuck in a dead end, while the profiles that are great will keep getting Tinder matches even as the day ends.
Now, let’s talk about how we can utilize Tinder’s algorithm to not only get a LOT of matches but also a LOT of meet-ups (because it’s not about matches who ignore you, but about matches who are compliant to meeting you in real life).
As I’ve always said in nearly all of my posts on getting more Tinder matches, the important thing that actually gets meet-ups is screening for DTF girls by sexualizing your profile.
So we need to figure out a way to combine these two aspects:
And I’ll be brutally honest. A lot of my students make zero effort to improve their pictures in a way that the Tinder algorithm actually wants to give them exposure to more girls.
Taking a blurry, shirtless picture of your beer belly and ungroomed face, and then complaining that sexualizing your profile didn’t work is not the way to win at Tinder (or in life).
Sexualizing your Tinder profile only works when your pictures aren’t shit!
When you have bad pictures, having low quality shirtless pics combined with the feedback loop works against you.
The feedback loop will only show you to more women if your profile is popular.
A lot of women won’t swipe right on you if you have low quality pics.
But they will definitely swipe right on you if you have high quality pics (even if you’re being sexual and screening for DTF girls).
How To Leverage The Tinder Algorithm To Get A Massive Influx Of Dates
If you feel that your sexual market value is at a high enough level to compete with the local male competition in your dating market, then go ahead and implement what I’m about to tell you.
However, if your sexual market value could use some improvement, here’s a step-by-step gameplan on increasing your value.
So basically here’s what you need to do…
- Take high quality (professionally taken high resolution) pictures. Your pictures shouldn’t come out of anything lower tier than a top-notch DSLR camera (most professional photographers carry this).
- Screen for DTF girls (using slightly sexualized Tinder pics and Tinder bios).
Won’t you get banned if you use sexual Tinder pics or Bios?
No, I have only seen low quality sexualized pics and bios get banned. It all comes down to whether the females on the platform are happy, and Tinder’s algorithm is literally a gauge for how happy female users are on the platform.
If a lot of girls are reporting your profile, forget right swipes, they’re so pissed off that they’re not just left swiping you, but also feel the need to report you!
Don’t let girls report you. Don’t let them swipe left on you. Don’t create a negative feedback loop for yourself.
Work on building a positive feedback loop that gets you shown to more girls again and again each day because you have a higher and higher ratio of right swipes to left swipes.
I will go into more depth on how to create a positive feedback loop within the Tinder algorithm in my next week’s post.
Here’s what a successful scenario looks like:
You upload high quality pics, and you get shown to a small sample of “test women” by the Tinder algorithm:
100% of women in the small “test batch” swipe right:
Then, the Tinder algorithm assigns you a temporary ELO rating based on the initial small test batch’s response:
Then, you get shown to a larger “test batch” of women:
90% of the women in the larger batch swipe right:
Then the Tinder algorithm assigns you a new rating based on the larger test batch’s response:
- The above process keeps repeating itself in a loop until your profile is getting massive exposure on the Tinder platform.
- By now, you’re getting anywhere from 30 to 50 new matches with quality women per day.
- Now that you have a lot of matches, a certain percentage of those matches has read your sexualized bio and are DTF. You need to meet them by employing proper text game.
Now, let me clarify a few things:
For the match part of Tinder, you want to have high quality Tinder pics with a slight element of sexuality, but not too strong.
You want to make sure that your pics are not:
- Making you look like a “nice guy”
- Putting you into the “friend zone”
- Avoiding the “friend zone” means don’t post pics where you look beta, such as girls pity-hugging you, or a platonic female friend kissing on the cheek, or putting your arm around a girls shoulder
- Putting you into a boyfriend category
- Don’t post pics with cute animals, or girls will “boyfriend zone” you
As long as your profile is not doing any of the things above, and your pics are neutral or badboy, you will get a lot of DTF Tinder matches.
Then in order for women to actually respond to your messages or even message you first, you need to have a Tinder bio that screens for DTF girls.
This way you take advantage of the feedback loop and the screening strategy, instead of what happens to most guys, which is that they barely get any matches, and then they’re sitting there wondering why screening for DTF girls didn’t work.
In order for DTF girls to be attracted, your pics are what matter first.
And they need to demonstrate strong Sexual Market Value signals in the 5 categories I’ve previously discussed.
Once you’ve figured out which of your high-quality Tinder pics generate the most matches and interest from local women.
And once you know that your Tinder account has a “high right-swipe ratio”, you can then screen your Tinder matches for DTF girls.
How do you do this?
Well, I’ve done the difficult job of testing different Tinder bios for you, so that you don’t have to start from scratch.
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