Do your Tinder conversations tend to fizzle out? Or are you not getting responses from matches at all? You may want to consider getting professional help.

 

So you’re having trouble with your Tinder (or online dating in general) conversations. Rest assured, you’re not alone.

First off, though, we should differentiate between two kinds of communication issues: Whether your conversations tend to go nowhere, or if you never get a response from your matches in the first place.

If your first messages tend to go unanswered, I’d recommend reading this post as a first step.

If applying the advice therein didn’t improve the situation, or if you can usually strike up conversations with your matches but they tend to fizzle out before you can arrange a date, you may benefit from enlisting professional help. Enter Relationship Hero.

Is Relationship Hero the hero you need to take your Tinder texting to the next level?

Relationship Hero offers all manner of relationship coaching, but improving your Tinder conversations to the point where you are finally getting (more) dates out of them is something they can certainly help with. Moreover, should you fare no better in personal encounters than previously in texting, your coach might help you through that phase as well. But before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s stick with not letting conversations die prematurely.

How does it work?

Once you get to the Relationship Hero site through one of these links or clicking on the picture below, all there is to do is to select what you require help in. A suitable coach will then be assigned to you and you can simply start chatting to discuss the problem. You can also request a phone call instead. This help is not free, of course.

Disclaimer: Yes, I receive an affiliate commission if you sign up through one of my links, but no, I would not be recommending their service if I didn’t genuinely believe they could help people. Otherwise you would be seeing a lot more sponsored content on Swipehelper.

Does it actually help?

Each situation is unique of course, but the facts speak for themselves. Relationship Hero has coached over 25’000 customers so far, and a vast majority of them are satisfied with the results. For one, take their Trustpilot score:

Of course user reviews are not a 100% trustworthy metric. Especially fake positive reviews are a thing, which is why I would recommend always taking a closer look at the negative reviews and reading about the issues, as these are less likely to be fake. But at only 1% negative reviews, I think it’s safe to say that Relationship Hero is one of the more trustworthy services out there.

How much does it cost?

An “unlimited” subscription (up to 3 sessions per week) is $59 USD per week (billed monthly). You can cancel at any time.
That is a bit steep, perhaps even prohibitively so. On the other hand, they do offer a full money back guarantee, if you are not satisfied after the first session. (I.e. don’t take a second session if you aren’t sure about it.)
 

Conclusion

In my opinion, if your conversations aren’t going anywhere and you’ve already tried applying free advice, it could not hurt to try coaching. Relationship Hero might very well solve your online dating problems, and if you have a bad feeling about it after the first session, you can just get your money back. And if it works for you, $59 is a small price to pay for Tinder success, especially given how rare matches can be nowadays. I mean, some people spend as much on super boosts… So I recommend you give Relationship Hero a try.
 
 
What do you think? Have you tried Relationship Hero and want to comment on their service? Do you Think Swipehelper should offer Tinder coaching directly instead? Anything to add? Feel free to leave a comment below, or visit the SwipeHelper Subreddit. See you there 🙂
 

1 Comment

  1. The problem is, at least in my country/city, today people are using Tinder and other dating apps only to promote their Instagram account. They’re creating a profile and uninstalling the app, simple as that. Also as Tinder only gives you match if you pay it (or in one day after a reset), people are desperately liking everyone. There’s no coaching service to solve this issue. But Tinder can help, “verified profile” is a good feature but “last time on-line” must return too. Play Store rating is under 4 today, I really don’t know why Tinder is still alive…

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