With this type of profile, I always felt like simply asking them out on safe date in the first email is fine.
There’s not too much to work with here aside from asking travel questions which, by looking at her profile, probably already happens in every email she receives. I know this looks like nothing but I’ve had success with these types of emails (my wife being the best example…although her profile was actually good!
If you continue to struggle writing your first emails or struggle with getting responses with a service like this, trying a service like e Harmony might be helpful. e Harmony operates in a different way where they control much of the early communication for you.
I have discussed the features of this service a lot on my site so I don’t want to cover all of that again here but I will point out that: , while I met my wife using I felt that it was e Harmony that really helped me become more comfortable with online dating.
[Read more: Read more first email examples from my working with a reader of this site] I hope my advice here is helpful for you however I also realize success is also often easier said than done.
Writing the online dating first email is the area where I made the biggest mistakes for the longest period of time when I was dating online.
For example, in the Profile 3, creating an invitation to have a drink that looked like a travel itinerary might work well if she had mentioned enjoying creativity or if her profile was very creative.
Sometimes we can get so caught up in following “rules” that our online dating first messages don’t end up reflecting us very well and…
): Response 3: For all these examples, I’ve intentionally chosen profiles that were very short to keep the examples to a reasonable size.
Most profiles should have much more information for you to work with but you can apply the exact same ideas: Also, regardless what any book or person tells you (including this guy), you need to be making decisions for yourself.