Responding to dating email
Similarly, I choose not to respond to women who simply attach their profile with no note, or who send a four-line generic form letter.Of course whether you respond is your personal preference.A conversation is not all about you, nor all about them.Here is a typical response that keeps the conversation going after the first e-mail exchange: Hi, I am delighted that you wrote back and yes, in response to your question, I would like to continue getting to know more about you.They stay on the computer all day as if they were on a fishing expedition, just waiting to catch a live one, hoping that a quick response will get a relationship going faster.This is a big mistake, it smacks of desperation, and it just doesn’t work.“I would say, ‘I am really enjoying these emails, why don’t we get coffee?’”The next step is to suggest two possible days for a date.
You sound like a great parent who also enjoys children as much as I do.
Depending on the region of the country you’re making contact with, your odds of having someone reply to your initial message vary. Remeber you don’t have to respond to someone sending a ‘wink’ or a ‘smile’ or a ‘teaser’, they are usually not expecting a response.
Women who send these kinds of winks and teasers are often too shy, too lazy, too cheap to subscribe or too busy multi-dating to send a real email.
So to give the right impression – that you are a busy guy with hobbies and lots going on and hardly any time for chit-chat then check your ad-related mail only once a day and then respond to any emails from potential dates met online or offline 24 hours after you receive them.
There is nothing less effective than e-mailing women back instantly.
Basically the conversation is a two-way flow of communication between a sender and receiver.