It’s singlegirlie here, it’s my first post here on this lovely site and I’m tickled hot pink.
I asked my Twitter followers what topics they’d like to read about on an online dating site’s blog, and one jovial chap replied, “How about how to get a fuckin’ response?
” I thought such a spirited request deserved some recognition, and thus the topic of this post was born.
So sometimes you’re just not going to get a reply, and that’s the deal.
Maybe you’re not her type, maybe she’s met someone, maybe she took some really bad acid and is now only attracted to horses. But, while it is important to remember that not everyone will respond and there is no such thing as a guaranteed response online dating, I can offer some tips to give you an edge over the poor sap who is at this moment hitting “refresh” on his inbox again instead of doing something productive like reading this helpful blog. Even more important than your message is your profile.
Most people understand how important first impressions are, so I’m always puzzled at the number of messages I receive that stimulate my gag reflex. ” This works because a) you’re letting her know you looked at more than her photos, b) you asked a couple questions, which gives her something to reply to, and c) you are talking about a subject you know she likes. It just takes a small amount of effort, and isn’t it worth it for the girl of your dreams? But I’m over my word count, so if you want to know what a good online dating profile looks like, mosey on over to my blog and read the post I wrote about it here. Write ‘em down in the comments and I’ll do my best to reply. You can get a girl to respond on an online dating site.
There are three types of e-mails that women see more often than not. The quickie generally consists of less than three words. b) Hi (insert generic smiley face/wink) c) You’re pretty.
These make me want to just throw in the towel and stop shaving my legs permanently. Messages like these a) give me nothing to respond to and b) make me think you are a dumb git with nothing to say. While the three-word message is far more common, every now and then someone takes the opposite route and writes a master’s thesis. Some men type out a couple generic paragraphs describing who they are, then copy and paste it into every message they send.
Please, write at least three sentences so that we know you are literate. In this case, I may not think you stupid, but an overzealous nut with too much time on his hands. Keep it to one short paragraph — more than three words, less than the full Harry Potter series. I can spot these a mile away, and I envision you sending it to 30 women a day. These are so devoid of charm you sound like a robot. Picture this: you’re browsing through profiles when you come across the girl of your dreams. And I imagine robot penises to be uncomfortable, so I delete. Hopefully you’ve looked beyond her rack and actually read her profile. This will give you some guidance when crafting a message to her. Bring up something she wrote in her profile that piqued your interest. Text appeal: Women describing themselves as sweet, ambitious or thoughtful are more likely to attract male attention and receive admiring messages on online dating websites (illustrated), while men who claim they are physically fit or describe themselves as perceptive, passionate or optimistic prove more irresistible to women A study of 12,000 online dating profiles posted on e uk found that women describing themselves as sweet, ambitious or thoughtful are more likely to attract male attention and receive admiring messages.Physically fit or perceptive men attract between 60 and 70 per cent more interest from women who want to get to know them better, while sweet, ambitious or funny women see between 20 to 45 per cent more approaches.