Spark curiosity with the first few lines of your email.
Just like in Gmail, many dating sites show a preview of your message in the inbox.
Since I write a blog about the good, bad and funny of online dating, a lot of my female friends send me a lot of their good, bad and funny interactions from online dating.
Most of them falling into the bad and funny categories. Like, when guys send these messages do they honestly think that the women they are sending them to don’t know that these aren’t just copied and pasted messages and sent in masses to lots of different women. They must think they are so fucking clever sending these copy and pasted messages to lots of women a night.
I'm sure I'll find somewhere else to answer that specific question on Quora).2. Notice that your username shows up in the preview as well ...
so come up with something witty that says something about yourself.
she's asking you to make a decision about whether or not you like her off the bat, from her profile photo alone ... this is unfortunate because, had you interacted with her more, you might have discovered you liked her).4. Women, in particular, have overflowing inboxes, full of hundreds of messages just like these:"Hi." "Hey." "I liked your profile." "Where do you ... ""Wink." Accustomed as they are to this barrage of boring, uninspiring messages, women will not respond to anything that follows the usual patterns. For example, if a girl has a profile that consists of nothing more than: Then you'll want to respond with a short, fun, flirty message.Here's an example of what NOT to do:(There's no intrigue here, no mystery. he's asking you to put effort in immediately, without knowing anything about him other than what he looks like in a miniature avatar image ...and he doesn't stand out from the pack at all ... If you're a guy, never ever wink; if you're a girl, wink away. Once someone's intrigued by your message, they'll often visit your profile to see what you're about. Remember that people have many, many options when it comes to who they message on these sites, so your profile must impress while simultaneously avoiding any red flags (of which there are many).(Like with profile photos, I'm sure I'll go into greater depth about online dating profiles elsewhere).7. There tend to be roughly two types of profiles on dating sites: a) long, sophisticated, intelligent ones and b) short, immature, one or two sentence ones.Effective email marketers will tell you that, to maximize CTR, it's best to make this text snippet unique and compelling. The first few lines of your email should be unique and not something they've seen before.And they should be an "open loop" of sorts that inspires curiosity and makes them want to click to read more.It also makes it clear that you're not sending a stock email. There are so many places an interaction can go wrong online ... Hopefully, though, some of these tips have been helpful and can get you started.