How to Send Online Dating Emails That Gets Responses
How long do you wait for someone to reply to your online dating emails

By Shoshana JacksonDo you dread sending the first online dating emails to men you want to meet?Maybe, you have trouble responding to men who write you.

Many people have difficulty with their online dating emails. After all, these messages are important.
Say the right thing and you stand a good chance of getting a reply. The wrong thing can ensure you’ll never meet the man you wrote to.

Online dating emails do not have to be difficult. Here are some things to consider when sending or receiving message online:

Know What YOU Want in a Relationship and a Man

Just as important as sending the right message, is sending a message to the right person. It’s so easy to be tempted to write to the most attractive men on the dating site first. However this is the wrong way to do if you’re looking for a reply.

Decide what type of relationship you’re looking for. Look at what characteristics you’re looking for in a man. That way you’ll be able to find the right men to write to and to respond to if they make the initial contact.

What Message Is Your Dating Profile Sending

In addition to reading your email a potential date will also be looking at your profile. If you send an email talking about how you both share a love of travel, make sure your dating profile matches that claim. That’s why it’s important to spend time making sure your online dating profile is up to par.

Think back to the relationship you want. What activities and hobbies will be part of your life when you have a relationship. Putting that information in your dating profile will give men who want to write you a conversation starter. So, make sure your dating profile reflects who you are.

Don’t Give or Ask For Too Much Information.

Your first emails are introductions. They should basically be a way to help you decide if you want to meet this man in person. While you want to get to know them better, you don’t want to share any personal information such as your email address or phone number.

Your safety should be your first concern. You should only give contact information to someone you believe you may want to meet. Limit all other contact to your online dating emails. That’s the safest way to date online.

Remember You’re Sending a Message, Not a Biography.

Many people are tempted to get as much information as possible in the first email. After all, maybe if they know how great a person you are, they’ll want to get to know you. That rarely happens.
While a potential date may want to know that basics about you, they don’t want your life story. Save that for when you’re in a relationship. Keep your online dating emails focused on your shared interests and things you may have in common. That is what will make him want to contact you.

Don’t Invest Too Much Time And Energy into Any Email.

Sending online dating emails or even getting a reply to one is not a guarantee of a relationship. Don’t stop sending emails to other men because you’ve built up a fantasy relationship in your head for the man you sent your last email to.

Don’t over invest your time and energy in an email. Remember the end goal is to meet your online match in person.

If you limit yourself to sending one email at a time, you run the chance of him not writing you back or of deciding you don’t want to meet him. So make sure you always have at least 2 or 3 men that you’re talking to while looking for love online.

If your online dating emails are successful, you’ll start getting more dates.

Unless you want a virtual relationship don’t let any of your online matches have you sending emails back and forth for a long period of time. As soon as you feel comfortable get him on the phone and set up a real life date.

If he’s not willing to do that, then start looking for someone else. You can find love online and being able to create great  emails will help.

Have you been successful in meeting more men by changing the online dating emails you send? Share your story.

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