If you don't want to meet a "biker-type" do not post your picture on a Harley.
If you write with very simple vocabulary and talk about kissing, cuddling, long drives, or use words like "classy", you will attract a lower level candidate.
If you don't list many interests do not expect to get many reponses from interesting people.
Rather than telling another dater all about who you are, what you like to do and what you’re looking for in a relationship, take a more personal approach and focus on what you liked about their profile, as well as what you two have in common.
In essence, the first email you send should show that you have carefully read the other person’s profile and that you have a genuine interest in getting to know them better.
To avoid babbling, online daters should stick to a few sentences for their first encounter.
Keeping your emails concise not only comes off as more confident, but it also gets straight to the point and lets your match know that you’re not going to waste their time.
Daters should never be afraid to be unique and creative when it comes to online dating and the ways they choose to reach out to their matches.
It’s good to focus on creating a personalized message that holds just enough intrigue to spark their interest and warrant a response.
With online dating, the first email or message you send can make or break the potential future of each relationship.
That’s why it’s important to have a go-to strategy that will ensure you’re making the best possible first impression when you do decide to reach out to someone you’ve connected with online.
Also, when you do meet someone and exchange emails, he usually is headed out of town and will get back to you when he gets back. If you do take the time to reply to someone, and you feel there's not chemistry, they will usually counter with a less than flattering reply.