Guide to online dating first message
If you can create interest in a woman and have her reply to your message, there are much better chances this will develop to something.
Okay, so I'm not trying to tell you that your ad is totally unimportant, but it's definitely not the most important thing.
It should be simple, honest, clean (of spelling and grammar mistakes, as well as bad language) and straight to the point. but don't spice it up too much or you'll risk scaring people away. and don't give away your life story and most intimate desires... Remember: the purpose of your ad is to provide some basic information about you to the women you will write to.
If this sounds like you then please reply and we'll take it from there. But I did use a very similar text and got some very enthusiastic replies!
As you can see, some basic information about me and what I'm looking for with the occasional smart-ass remark (after all, I can't deny who I am). I sent this message to girls whose writing style (in their ads) indicated that they might be open to this kind of "humor". Remember: the purpose of the first email is to get the woman curious and have her reply with or without checking out your ad.
They’d prefer you compliment her style (attire) and things she says and does.
Another mistake we made in the 4th email was that we appeared desperate.
Women who replied to my ad wrote that they liked it because it seemed that I have a pretty good idea of what I was looking for... If your ad is well written, it will only make the woman more curious about you and she will most likely reply.
Chapter 2 - Your First Email Misconception #2: "girls don't really read your first email. Chapter 3 - Getting the Digits Misconception #3: "online seduction is a lengthy process." This is wrong!
Communication typically starts with an email message. And we’ve since stuck with those 3 emails when initiating contact with women. Please note that these are merely generic templates we use. Subject: How many guys today have shown you their penis?