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"Women are 5% more likely."If all else fails, pray for snow.
So hit pause on Netflix, take a shower maybe, and get ready to meet the person of your dreams via a match notification pushed to your phone's homescreen."Without fail, January is our biggest month each year," Karen Fein, VP of marketing at the dating app Hinge, told Buzz Feed News.
Same goes for dating app Coffee Meets Bagel, which saw a 44% growth in matches last January over the previous month, and a 56% bump in messages exchanged on its platform.
Stick to the standard ones like Tinder, Match, Plentyoffish, or OKCupid for now.2. Gandhi recommends reaching out to three to five new users a day, and don't worry if it takes a while to get a reply.
"Studies show that 90 percent of emails DON' T get a response—so you've got to pedal the bike hard to start to get some responses," she says.