5 Tinder Tips to Get Him to Ask You Out

What’s the secret to getting a guy to ask you out on Tinder??

No, it’s not a naked selfie.

The secret is… well, there isn’t really one secret. To be honest, there could be several reasons a guy hasn’t proposed a date yet.

In this week’s blog video, I’ll show you exactly why he hasn’t taken things forward and give you 5 killer tips you can use in any conversation to guarantee he actually makes a move.


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33 Replies to “5 Tinder Tips to Get Him to Ask You Out”

  • Thank you Matt,
    These are very helpful tips.. and your messages ideas always work like wonder. I have tried them multiple times and they always get me the result/answer that I was looking for.

    P.S. I couldn’t help not to say “EWWW!” at the end (>.<)'

    Love you! :D

  • This video was your best yet! I am going to watch it again and maybe again. You need to make more like this very creative quality production. The message was exceptional too. Very inviting and very well done. Thank you for the wonderfuly original tips!

  • Matt, congrats on finding me on Tinder…The gelato line came straight from my profile, exept mine is a worldwide quest. Still looking for someone up to the challenge!

  • I tried Tinder. In the first 15 minutes of having the account, I found 2 guys who seemed primarily interested in sex. Deleted my account and will never go back. It’s still useful information in the video for the other online dating sites.

  • You make me laugh with ur talks in the bathroom toilet…..u r really funny and EFFECTIVE! Keep up with ur great advice Matthew! Great communicator!

  • Good tips! On my okcupid profile in the last section I have something like, “Please message me if..you want to know about xyz.” I have something really esoteric and not very common listed so that always grabs male attention. IT is a nerdy topic which shows that I am more than a person with boobs haha! And that I am intelligent of course!

    I always list something I am interested in, but not necessarily something I am good at. Also another tip to get him to ask you out is when they say, “I like this Spanish restaurant.” The woman should reply, “I have never been there,” or “I haven’t been there in a long time.” This keeps the door open for the guy to ask you out. Or you to even make the first move and say, “I have never been there, we should go some time.” Always works for me!!

  • Hi Matthew. Too bad you’re way too young for me or we would be trouble ;). Anyhow. Loved the bathroom selfie. Guys usually ask me out after talking for a day. My issue is that I don’t feel chemistry with the guy and find that very difficult to do. If the guy is not completely hot I lose interest. How do I become attracted to the right kind of guy rather than lose interest in the first five minutes ?

  • Such a clever Tinder coaching! I wouldn’t use Tinder if my bloody life depended on it (no offense) since I hear how the guys at work talk about it, but you managed to stage the whole reality of it brilliantly AND give great advice to boot (no pun intended)… Loved the rubber duckies next to you by the pool…perfect touch ;)

  • Thanks so much Matthew I will definitely try. Be be a little bit bold. Even if I don’t have Tinder,I heard people there only want to have fun and serious.

  • My issue is not time wasters when chatting extensively with men, so much as it is men who bring up sex within the first few exchanges of dialogue of a conversation. This isn’t just on Tinder “The Hookup App”, this is on all of them, from the free ones to the ones I pay for. Talk about treating someone like they are a robot or not human! I feel like I’m spoken too many times on these sites like I’m a whore! I’m asking these men very innocent “get to know you” questions like, what are your hobbies and interests? Where would you like to travel if your could? Etc. I am not the one bringing up sex to these men. How do I get rid of these “time wasters” and find men on these apps who actually want to date or meet me and get to know them, instead of just wanting sex? I’m sure if I was willing, the meeting up would not be an issue, but because I actually just want to meet for a coffee, that’s when I end up waisting time chatting to many men, but have very few dates! Help!!!!

    1. YEH. That’s what i don’t like about tinder. So many men think it’s a free home delivery sex app.
      I kinda got tired of getting called a materialist, or a pretentions women bcs i like to meet a man in real life and then decide if i want to sleep with him.

  • Hi..I want to thank you for your info..I met a guy at a bar started a conversation with him he asked if I had a Boyfriend because he didn’t want to have any problems..I said..no..if I did I wouldn’t start a conversation with him in the first place..we talked for awhile then when I was about to leave..I asked him if he would like to have a coffee or drink sometime..he said yes..so I asked him for his number..I dial the number so he would have mine and of course for me to make sure he wasn’t giving me a false number..Then I got up shaked his hand and said..Nice meeting you..hope we can catch up sometime and left…Do you think I did the rite thing?? If not…What should I have done?

  • That was great advice…as usual…Even though I’m never going to be on “Tinder”…It spills into other areas as well…Love the videos…Keep them coming…So funny! LOL!

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