Even if a guy reads your entire profile and respond to one specific line, do you really get excited by a man who says, “I notice you like skiing. Then why would you write an email like that to a man?
I’m really grateful, Jane, that you made that connection between a first email and a come-hither look at a bar.
I usually added something specific I read in their profile and comment positively on it.I wanted to show that I did read their profile and I wanted to compliment them on something personal about them.I talk to my inner child quite often and my daughter helps with that as well.I love games but also know when to talk, listen and be serious.I am open-minded, well adjusted and have a great career.
I have a wild side but have calmed down since I am raising my daughter.
So why would you write an email that does the same thing?!
If you want to meet a man at a bar, you cross the room, plant yourself eight feet to his diagonal, wait for eye contact and smile. While you might have “made the first move”, you’re still in control, since he has to approach you. Emails that tell a man that he’s interesting are dull.
Sometimes I would re-send the first email or sometimes compose a new one.
TEMPLATE Paragraph 1: In the opening paragraph I usually restated something from their profile that I enjoyed and indicated that I was re-reading it.
Here is my question: Are men ok with women sending introductory emails to them? In some ways, I see a email hello similar to a come-hither look at a bar, etc.