Try a question along these lines in your profile: Here’s another example of how to incorporate a challenge question into your Bumble profile: Message exchanges on dating apps tend to be faster paced than on dating sites.
You want to lock in the number or the date before she deletes her account, or loses interest – and that typically means returning her messages within 24 hours, max.
With the right dose of inspiration, she doesn’t have to do much work to come up with a clever message.
This makes it easier for her to engage you and more likely that she will.
It’s kinda like “that girl” at the club who sees you approaching and gives you “the back” before you’ve even opened your mouth. Bumble’s made that possible in the world of mobile dating, and that’s why it can really go wrong if you don’t get your photos right. This is your chance to show her you’re confident, approachable, and as attractive as possible.
But if you’re hopping on the app in between meetings, you may not have time to bring your A-game with every message.
If you don’t have a virtual dating assistant to manage all your dating apps for you, having a stockpile of “go-to” messages to fire off at a moment’s notice is the next best thing.
For instance, if you mention travel, wine tasting, and yoga in your profile, your list of questions might look like this: Of course, you need to transition them into the existing conversation, just as you would if you were talking to her face to face.
Save the best material from your message exchanges, and use the questions again and again.