Mistake #7: Making sexual innuendos in your first message Yes, she’s really hot and yes her profile seems flirty and sexual. Take it slow and let her get to know you before requesting personal information.
to be a part of the dating sites, is like selling yourself. The rule is AIDA = Awareness, Interest, Desire and Actions. The main characteristic of the aforementioned sample dating headlines, is simplicity.
Its first part, namely the headline, serves the purpose of seeking attention or creating awareness. With a spelling mistake such as 'can' becomes 'can't', the meaning of the headline can change for worse.
Obviously, you need to have a funny or a catchy headline. The magician is waiting for assistant to perform the greatest trick of all time! Thus, use affirmative and positive headlines to make your profile an attractive one.
Mistake #4: Sending her a vague, generic or otherwise lame message So you took the effort to become a paying member of a dating site, and want to make the most of your membership. Remember, you’re messaging her and she needs to feel that she is the only girl in the entire world that you are interested in. Compliment or make reference to some thing or things you found interesting in her profile. Like most opportunities in life, you’re far better off striking while the iron’s hot.
But then you came up with a standard boilerplate message, and you quickly copied and pasted it to dozens of girls. Then, conclude each message with a “clear call to action”.
), learn everything you can about her, and then send her an insightful, personal message. It will likely help you stand out from the other dozen guys that messaged her today.
They can smell a lame form message a mile away, and the delete button is always close at hand. Actually read her entire profile (we know it’s painful, but do it anyway! Women are attracted to confident men who are comfortable in their own skin. Mistake #6: Asking for her personal information too soon So you messaged this really great looking girl, and she responded with a basic “Hi” message. You want her real email address, her phone number, her work number, or better yet her address so you can go there now, right? Asking her for ANY personal information in your first messages is a quick way to kill the relationship before it starts. They’ll most likely torpedo any chances you might have had with her.
Always be friendly and polite, but tell her what you would like her to do next. An example is “talk to you soon” or “drop me a line”.
Mistake #5: Taking too long to respond to her message With all the buzz around the seduction and “pick up artist” community these days, many guys are afraid of scaring women away by appearing too eager or desperate.