In a classic case of “love (or at least career insight) can be found in the most unexpected places,” a copywriter has discovered that the dating app Tinder can actually improve her skills. By crafting and testing different versions of her own Tinder profile, she’s learned valuable lessons about the importance of brevity, using clear language, highlighting unique qualities, and engaging the audience quickly. While she’s still waiting for the perfect match on the app, she’s already found success in applying these lessons to her work – and offers them as tips to other writers: get to the point, don’t use jargon, be original, and capture attention fast. Who knew swiping left could be so educational?
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