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This Course Will Teach You All The Tinder Tricks

* Learn insider Tinder tricks discreetly online
* Get help from opening pick up lines, to securing the perfect date
* Over 500 people have taken the course with rave reviews

The dating app Tinder has taken the world by storm. Launched in 2012, it’s already generated over one billion swipes. But what makes the difference between those who find long-term love on the app, and those who end up back where they started — at home, swiping? Fret no more, because Udemy is now offering an online course, that teaches you insider tricks for Tinder, with high rates of success.

Offered for both men and women, the course not only helps you work on your profile, but also teaches you conversation tricks, and how to protect yourself from potential scams. The course is taught by Louise Croft, a fashion blogger and lifestyle coach, and she will work with you to help you achieve your goals, whether that be something long-term, or just a hook up. She will take you step by step, from crafting the ideal opener and making the most of your pictures, to converting to more dates, and spotting someone who wants what you want.

Croft goes over this in 36 minutes of video, as well as eight supplemental resources, which include real-life examples. Best of all, like all Udemy courses, you can save the materials for easy access whenever you need a refresh, and you can take the “course” at your own pace.

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Over 500 students have enrolled already, and the only requirements are an iPhone or Android phone, and a Facebook profile. So whether you’re looking to join Tinder and wondering where to start, or already a user wondering what you’re doing wrong, this course will alter the way you view the app.

Want more options? Udemy also offers a course called “Tinder Guide for Guys: A Proven System for Meeting Women” ($15) and a cover-the-basics course called “Building the Perfect Tinder Profile” ($100) — perfect for people just dipping their toes into the online and app-based dating scene.

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