Write introductory letter dating site
Create something that’s witty and warm and demonstrates you’ve read their profile, as opposed to just flicking through their photos. Research has shown that people warm towards hearing their own name in conversation.Use that scientific discovery to your own advantage, by starting your email with a “Hello [Username]” and not a non-specific “Hi.” If you want to create a feeling of warmth, shorten their name, use its initials, or create a nickname based on one of their interests. Everyone loves to read about themselves, so don’t begin your message by launching straight in about you.As we all know, the web is a pretty fast moving place, where attention spans are short and patience is limited.
If your profile is half-finished, or Arctic in its brevity, or doesn’t include photos, most likely you won’t receive a reply.If their profile made you laugh out loud in the middle of Tesco, say it.If you despaired of ever meeting a woman who loved football (even if you question her choice of team), say it.Mathia Leihu has a colouful big text intro at the top of his site, with a small portrait rollover in the sidebar.Claire Baxter’s site is clean and colourful with a short hello.
That way you’ll be in a positive mood, you won’t be tempted to write too much, and you’ll be too busy to keep checking for a reply. And when you do, we’ll be pleased to receive an email from you, telling us all about it.