Tips for writing your online dating profile

24 Feb

As with the earlier emails, I felt this email had too much of him describing himself and describing what he saw in her.Not bad conversations, just happening too early and maybe better to be had in person (depends on who you’re talking to I guess).He was disappointed with the number of responses he was receiving (although I think it’s important to keep in mind there are many reasons you may not get responses, not just how you write your email) As I talk about in my guide, I don’t believe anyone has the dating/realtionships thing fully figured out.Some of us have more experience or better insight than others but at the end of the day we’re all just making our best guesses.If you see an 10 emails in your inbox with the title “Hi” and one with the title “Courage! You have a great outlook on life, and it seems like a good head on your shoulders.I think it’s really important to make everyday fun.Also, I’ll be showing examples similar to the emails he sent.

I just believe based on my own experience they can be improved upon because sometimes we make our first emails out to be more than they should be.

Still, as I was writing this I came up with my title and liked it a bit better…but either would work well in my opinion.

Overall I thought the emails were fine but saw these as the biggest changes: I would shorten the emails. I see the first email as something short and simple to get her to look at my profile.

I might include some of it in a later email but if it’s really important I would just add it to my profile.

Likewise, I wouldn’t use the first email to describe your impression of whomever you’re contacting.