This also gives you a good opportunity to bust on something IN her profile (which also shows her you’ve read her page).2.
Let’s face it, when you boil it all down, meeting women online is essentially a numbers game: The more women you email, the more responses you’ll get, the more phone numbers you’ll get and subsequently the more dates you’ll get. It’s obvious that if the number of emails you send increases, and the percentage of women who reply remains the same, then responses will increase.
This is the most obvious way to get more results and its the first way most men try to improve their online dating results.
When a man emails you and you’re not interested, don’t just hit Delete. Write him back, say thank you and wish him the best of luck in his search.
Between these killer emails and the chits you’re putting in your karma bank, you’ll see a positive difference in your online dating experience in no time.
(Like I was in 2006.) The vast majority of emails sent by women go something like this: If Susie’s email is landing in the inbox of a relatively handsome, kind and interesting 50- or 60-something man, chances are Susie isn’t getting a date. Make it enticing, intriguing, or flirty…and personal. I would enjoy learning more about the where’s and why’s of how matter and energy interact.
She’s probably not even getting the darned thing read. It piques his interest and tells him there’s more good stuff to learn. Here’s my formula for writing emails when you’re dating online. You can even get a bit provocative, but don’t overdo that or you may send an I-want-sex-and-you-can-count-on-it signal. Usually then the first characters of what you write show up in their inbox, so make your first sentence count! Show kindness and tell him how glad you are that he connected/got in touch. [compliment and men love the thought of teaching us stuff.] (Ok, I admit…I looked that up. [kinda easy question to answer and gives you info you want to know] This online dating email is a little long, but I wanted to show you some good examples.
The goal of your first sentence should be to grab her attention in a way that gets her to respond to you. Please use your PERSONAL name or initials and not your business name and do not put your website in the comment text, as both come off like spam.
The trick is to write it in a conversational style… You can ALWAYS tell when someone’s sending a copy and paste email… Simply put, what do you want her to do as a result of reading that email? I have a simple rule with each step in my system: Every step has only ONE CTA. They try to combine steps, doing too many things at one time, they give women too many options, or none at all …and …as a result they end up with ‘wood’. Ask good questions, have fun and thanks for adding to the conversation!
You can mention something about her or her profile that intrigued you.