Having a fantastic profile is a must, but coupling that with the art of writing emails sets you up to be a surefire winner in the game of online dating love. (Mine was Hunger Games and I loved it.)I know about a lot of things [nugget – tells him you’re smart and proud of it], but a physicist I’m not [you’re smart yet humble and not interested in competing with him].
(Like I was in 2006.) The vast majority of emails sent by women go something like this: If Susie’s email is landing in the inbox of a relatively handsome, kind and interesting 50- or 60-something man, chances are Susie isn’t getting a date. Make it enticing, intriguing, or flirty…and personal. I would enjoy learning more about the where’s and why’s of how matter and energy interact.
Lately I have been noticing a trend amongst the females in which they are not able to get guys to respond to their emails. She is funny and witty and the exact type of girl that any guy would dream of dating. In the past week and a half, she has emailed about 15 different guys and not one has responded to her request for communication.
For illustration purposes, I am going to use my friend Sally who came to me with the exact same problem last week. I took a look at her personality profile, then took a look at her emails and found the root cause of the problem.
I just stumbled across your profile and I have to say, you really do seem like an amazing woman. Let’s assume for arguments sake that a man wrote this email to a woman.
When a man emails you and you’re not interested, don’t just hit Delete. Write him back, say thank you and wish him the best of luck in his search.
This is extremely impersonal and basically says to John: “Hey, I’m the center of attention here and TMZ and the Paparazzi should be following me around with a t.v.
crew and camera to document the most mundane events in my life.” See you at pm on Fox Channel 11 right after the Simpsons !!
This email is a clear red flag to John that she might be somewhat self absorbed (perhaps a bit shallow) and atrocious at interpersonal communication skills.
I have known Sally for almost 10 years and she does not fit into one of those categories.