How to write an opening email online dating
All the best, Jon” Again, this example refers to what the person has said in their profile and asks a friendly question. You mentioned that you'd like to hear from tall, dark, sporty men, so I thought I'd get in touch.
By talking about his pets, it shows a shared interest in animals. I'm a little shy of 6ft (I hope that's tall enough), I've got dark eyes, dark hair and a tan from working outside as a landscape gardener.
I’ve got a springer called Tess, who's always running around and a tabby called Cookie who sits by the fire all day.
They say pets are like their owners and I guess I'm a cross between the two.
She’s probably not even getting the darned thing read. It piques his interest and tells him there’s more good stuff to learn. Here’s my formula for writing emails when you’re dating online. You can even get a bit provocative, but don’t overdo that or you may send an I-want-sex-and-you-can-count-on-it signal. Usually then the first characters of what you write show up in their inbox, so make your first sentence count! Show kindness and tell him how glad you are that he connected/got in touch. [compliment and men love the thought of teaching us stuff.] (Ok, I admit…I looked that up. [kinda easy question to answer and gives you info you want to know] This online dating email is a little long, but I wanted to show you some good examples.
“Good morning Donna, I thought I’d get in touch as we have so much in common and you seem like a really nice girl.