Bots were earlier very easy to recognize because they only had few lines which they continuously repeated no matter what the question was about. But nowadays bots are highly developed and can remember even the tiny inconsequential details which they use in a future conversation. The question is: how to make the difference between the bot and your possible soul mate on Tinder and OKCupid when bots are that well disguised and have outnumbered the human race on the internet?
Bots are mainly used for advertising and visually increase the number of users. They are cheap and easy to work with, which is why they became the must-have content of almost every website and app. Did you really think that all those cute girls who’s message pops up as soon as you enter some site was sitting in front of her computer for months just waiting for the second you’d log in just to say ’Hi’? Of course not.
Women are more able to recognize bots. No, I am not the feminist. And no, not because of some sixth sense, but because most bots on this sites are made as an astonishing girl. And why would some cute girl hit on another girl if she’s marked as straight? Surely not because she wants to discuss makeup or new fashion trends. But if you are a 13-years-old hormonal boy, how could you resist? But be sure that, as soon as the conversation becomes more serious, be sure that some newsletter or a new website is waiting behind the corner. That’s why it’s very important to know how to make a difference between bot and your possible soul mate on Tinder and OKCupid. You don’t want to be fooled by some computer’s creature. And, on the other hand, you don’t want to miss your opportunity for meeting the love of your life.
There are several ways of proving if you are talking to a real person or not. Let’s take pictures as an example. Sure, there are people who don’t like to post their pictures on dating sites or any site at all, besides the profile image that has to be uploaded before the end of registration and the number of uploaded pictures is not that relevant. But what about the flawless ones? Yes, we all know how to work with photoshop and make ourselves perfect, but there are boundaries when it comes to sites like this. First of all, everyone knows that fake pictures ruin further contact after meeting in person, so why would they take that risk? Ok, maybe you think I am wrong. Everyone is allowed to have their opinion. But try writing gibberish and think of your response if you’d received the message like that. Would it be ‘’I don’t know what this is. Can you explain?’’ or ‘’Are you insane?’’ If I still haven’t convinced you, check out 5 examples to spot scammers on OKCupid and Tinder and find out more ways to detect your bot.