As I discuss in my free online dating guide, successful online dating relies in part on making great first impressions.Whether the first impression is in the photos you select for your profile, how you describe yourself, or the first email you write, taking time to make the best first impression is important.I would write overly long and, in my head, witty emails that very rarely received responses. My rule here is very simple: keep your first email very short.Once, I wrote no less than two pages based on a girl’s heading to her profile. I thought I was making conversation but all I was making was a girl scared. Give anything longer than three sentences a good, hard look before sending.I mean, yes, sometimes it’s totally obvious when a girl is being blown off and she just doesn’t want to face facts. Like I said before, texts are really easy to misinterpret. Should you worry when a dude sends you one word texts? He could be say one thing, and it might sound super sweet and 400 people might vote that he’s into you – but he could also just be good with words and actually mean something totally different.
People can vote on whether “he’s into you”, “he’s not into you” or the “verdict is still out”. The best part about that is that you don’t know these people.For this discussion refers to your first message in online dating.This will include whatever method the service you are using allows you to write a message to another member.Based on my experience, I think the above are good guidelines to improve your odds of getting the conversation going.So what do you include in this short, introductory email?