Flirt on Snapchat! Steps to Start a Text Conversation.
Snapchat is the perfect place to mess around, whether you’re sending selfies or posting videos. But if you want to talk to someone and actually carry on a conversation, this is how to start a conversation on Snapchat.
Steps to Start a Conversation with a Guy on Snapchat
Respond to Their Story:
If you are looking for a subtle way to figure out how to start a conversation on Snapchat, simply reply to their story. Avoid just saying LOL or haha. Try to say something that leads into a conversation. Ask a question or bring up something that post reminded you of. This way you can actually interact with a full conversation.
Send a Simple Snap:
If you want to be super subtle, post to your story and hope they respond. But sending them something is the best way to get a response. Maybe send them a screenshot of a song you’re listening to that you know they like. Or send a photo of your pet. Everyone loves a cute furry friend picture.
Do Not Make It Weird:
By this I mean do not send a dick pic or the female equivalent. Unless you’re in a committed relationship, this is not going to get you a conversation. Most likely it will get you blocked. And there go your dreams of carrying out a Snapchat conversation.
You can do this by sending a one-second snap. Send an innocent photo. It can be of your dinner, your pet, a selfie, what have you. But setting the time to only one second will raise questions. Most likely this person will ask what the photo was. This gives you the beginning of a conversation.
Send a Question with a Photo:
Some people don’t like the messaging part of Snapchat. Sometimes you lose the message and it gets confusing. Plus, photos are a lot more interesting.
And getting or sending a cute picture is always a plus. So, send a question in your picture. Ask if your outfit is cute, ask which place you should order dinner from, etc. And this is a bit more intriguing than just a message.
Make It Funny:
Personally, I get the most Snapchat responses to funny or embarrassing posts. Most particularly when I post an old photo of myself from childhood or my awkward years. People love to reminisce about the past and gently make fun.
Share an Article:
A great use for the subscriptions section of Snapchat isn’t just catching up on random news, but also sharing that news. So, if you read a hilarious Buzzfeed list or saw some tea on a celebrity couple send it on over.
Do Not Send What You Put on Your Story:
This is a big pet peeve for a lot of people on Snapchat. If you put something on your story, there is no need to send it to anyone individually. This just comes across a bit desperate and needy if I’m completely honest.
So, try to avoid this at all costs. You may also want to avoid a massively long story. Not more than 10 a day is best unless you’re the most interesting person in the world.
Some people are busy. They don’t have time to check Snapchat every minute. If you sent a snap and they didn’t open it right away, or they even take hours, do not bombard them.
It is one thing to send one or two photos or messages, but if this person opens Snapchat when they get home from work and sees 10 messages from you, they will likely be more annoyed then intrigued. If you want the result to be a conversation, let it come naturally. Don’t force it.