The Grade, an app that lets you score your matches and downvote rude or inappropriate people, collected data on which male and female names attract the most right-swipes.
We all like to pretend that it's what's on the inside that matters most when we're picking a mate.
But as studies continue to show, most of us are more superficial than we'd like to admit.
So how do you create the kind of online identity that will land you a first date?
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London wondered the same thing, so they analyzed previous research on attraction.
A lot of people search through the Internet and hope to find the perfect dating website which would cater to their wants and preferences.
The online dating business is competitive, thus, these businesses make sure that they gather as much prospective singles into their website using effective and catchy domain names.
Let’s get started…Some sites feature your username right next to your photo in her search results.
An Ok Cupid username, for instance, is impossible to miss.
Meanwhile, men will have an even harder time getting through to potential female matches.
The least popular men's name measured, Joel, only gets right-swiped 3% of the time, while the most popular men's name has a 24% success rate.
It was your identity, your marker, and you’d better be happy with picking “DMX123” because you could be stuck with it for years.