Photographer Josh Cappello, 19, reveals his simple hack to get more matches on Hinge

A photographer and videographer has revealed his simple hack to get more matches on your dating profile, and he promises it will work every time.

Joshua Cappello, 19, from Sydney, said he recently felt ‘bored and lonely’ during the NSW coronavirus lockdown when he decided to run an experiment with his hinge profile to see if more matches were generated.

Instead of including his regular “generic” photos, Josh added a short video about himself to his dating profile to “show off his personality.”

The hack worked almost immediately – with the 19-year-old suddenly inundated with questions and possible matches.

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A photographer and videographer has revealed his simple hack to get more matches on your dating profile, and he promises it will work every time (Joshua Cappello pictured)

A photographer and videographer has revealed his simple hack to get more matches on your dating profile, and he promises it will work every time (Joshua Cappello pictured)

Instead of just the regular “generic dating photos,” he would upload a short video explaining a little about himself (Josh’s old dating photos pictured)

“On dating apps, especially as a man, it can often feel like you’re just a small fish swimming in a big sea,” Joshua said in a new YouTube video. video.

“My strategy was to make a video to showcase my personality. I wanted it to look nice and professional and also show what I really am.’

In the short video Joshua made for Hinge, he quickly ran through a few things about himself.

“My strategy was to make a video to showcase my personality.  I wanted it to look nice and professional and also show what I really am,

“My strategy was to make a video to showcase my personality.  I wanted it to look nice and professional and also show what I really am,

“My strategy was to make a video to showcase my personality. I wanted it to look nice and professional and also show what I really am,” said Joshua (pictured) in his clip

“This is all the reason you should like me,” he said.

‘I like coffee, I’m a much better cook than you.

“I’m so driven, I have more than three jobs, I hang out with some of the coolest people in the world and I would be the best Instagram boyfriend ever.

‘I skate. I can certainly drink you up and I have a great answer game.’

He added: ‘My favorite artists are Kid Laroi, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo and Tai Verdes, and I’m just a whole bunch of fun so drop me a like’.

Within a few days, Joshua said he was inundated with “likes,” comments, and similarities (some of his comments are pictured)

“I really got likes and it was a real conversation starter.  It started with some compliments, and eventually we had a chat,' he said (pictured)

“I really got likes and it was a real conversation starter.  It started with some compliments, and eventually we had a chat,' he said (pictured)

“I really got likes and it was a real conversation starter. It started with some compliments, and eventually we had a chat,’ he said (pictured)

Within a few days, Joshua said he was inundated with ‘likes’, comments and matches.

“The video was an absolute hit,” he said.

“I really got likes and it was a real conversation starter. It started with some compliments, and eventually a chat ensued.’

Joshua said he noticed a lot more interaction than when he was just having “boring regular photos.”

“I recommend that you add a video to your Hinge profile, even if it’s not professionally made,” he said.

“It just works so well to show your personality.”

After Joshua (pictured) shared his hack online, it wasn't long before commenters were quick to say they loved his idea

After Joshua (pictured) shared his hack online, it wasn't long before commenters were quick to say they loved his idea

After Joshua (pictured) shared his hack online, it wasn’t long before commenters were quick to say they loved his idea

After Joshua shared his hack online, it wasn’t long before commenters were quick to say they loved his idea.

“This is absolutely genius!” a commenter posted.

“Thanks man, this really means a lot. It’s such a struggle,’ another added.

Go to his profile to follow Joshua Cappello on YouTube here. You can also find him on Instagram here.

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