You can now make up to £30 an hour as a professional Tinder coach
Yes, we're serious.
It's time to face it: being successful at dating apps does require a certain flair.
From making sure you've got the perfect profile picture, bio and even opening line - there's a lot to take into consideration before you start swiping.
Which is why one site is trying to make it a whole lot easier and advertising the role of a Professional Tinder Coach (or Bumble, or Grindr).
Bidding site Bidvine are searching for the people who don't even check their matches on the app anymore, as swiping right and getting the 'It's a match!' notification is their normal.
And it sounds like there could be a pretty big payday, too, as the ad says that you have have the potential to earn up to £30 an hour.
To be considered for the role, you have to be able to show that you have gotten more than 250 matches in the last 12 months - as well as screenshots proving that you've been on at least 10 dates.
Once applicants are approved, they can set up a profile within the site where clients will be able to getting contact.
Any singletons considering getting a coach will have to answer some questions about what exactly they want to improve in, whether to do the sessions in person or online - as well as what they're looking for.
Whether they're searching for 'the one' or a fling, Bidvine say that clients “can opt for coaching sessions once a week, two to three times per week, or four to seven times per week.”