Second dating email
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.You can put your picture if you want but from my personal experience I found that it doesn't really affect the number of replies.I look good (most people are able to look at me without throwing up) and I have great looking eyes (thanks mom).Another thing worth mentioning here is something I learned from selling software: the best leads are the ones you have made the first contact with, not the ones that found you by "shopping around"!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.Here's the ad I placed: Wouldn't it be surprisingly wonderful for you to meet a very special man on the Internet? I'm intelligent, direct, very honest and a little goofballish (in a positive way... I have a somewhat sarcastic sense of humor but I know when to restrain myself.I like to talk and love to listen to other people and usually don't have problems making friends.
Not less important is the fact that there are many more men looking on the 'net than women.Many women I talked to have told me that during the first weekend after they placed their ad they got about a hundred (yes, HUNDRED) replies.