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This is likely driven by the sheer number of male matches.

This is only 18% for women, suggesting that female users often wait to receive a message first.

The median delay for sending messages is just 2 minutes for men, compared to 38 minutes for women.

I have just read the First Look at User Activity on Tinder paper with a lot of statistical data based on the research of about 230k male and 250k female profiles and wanted to sum up few interesting points from it.

Most of all, how it raises very interesting question on whether the open-format profiles model of Tinder is functional at all and really works for users.

What’s the most interesting for me personally is how the digital interface affects communication in physical world, this point would require a very different kind of a qualitative study.“Without bios, our male stock profiles received an average of 16 matches from women; this increases four-fold to 69 with a bio.

The number of matches from men also increases, but far less substantially (by 58% on average).”3.

The interesting point is how once again it frustrates the users.

Males try to get more matches by liking everyone and make “post-filtering” — deciding whether to write to female or not after they already got a match (and apparently often they decide not to).

This could be driven by several factors, but it is well known that men often have to compete and differentiate themselves more as part of the mating ritual [25].

Their efforts, however, are not always particularly emphatic. The median message length sent by men is only 12 characters, compared to 122 from women.

I perfectly remember how the first assumption of this difference in strategy was made by male designer at the very beginning of Tinder popularity almost 2,5 years ago, now it’s finally proven with data.“ Overall, we find that 21% of female matches send a message, whereas only 7% of male matches send a message.