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A study conducted by popular dating app Hinge, which connects people who have mutual Facebook friends, examined what makes a good opening message.
First, copywriters concocted a slew of canned opening lines to test out what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to established contact with a match; then, they used 22 percent of Hinge’s users as love guinea pigs.