Writing to a potential date:
Writing that one email that catches the eye of Mr or Mrs right has always been a difficult and sometimes nerve wrecking experience, until now. I have been playing the singles online game for at least 5-6 yrs now. My days are over since I met my wife online but that doesn't mean that I can't pass on my years of knowledge to you. By the time you have finished reading this article you will know exactly what it takes to catch the eye of the one person you want the most.
Email people whose profiles interest you. When you are successful with someone you've met, great. If not, don't despair; thousands of new People are posted every week on dating sites. Even if you have success with one, keep sending emails out and corresponding with several people at the same time. Until you are in a committed relationship, you should always keep your options open.
Creating good first impressions: When it comes to writing that first email, tentatively putting your heart out on the line, many of us get the online equivalent of dry mouth -- or even worse, we say things better said down the line out of nervousness. How do you judge the line between being friendly and over-anxious when writing to a potential date?
Experiment; find a style that works for you. When writing to a potential date use the subject line like a newspaper headline, proofread, and be creative, honest and positive. Avoid anything canned or trite.
Pick-up lines don't work online, and you will want make a good first impression, or get a response using one. Firstly your emails should always be individually written and work best when conversational in style. Members can tell when someone is sending a cut and paste of the same thing to everyone. It's usually all about them and says nothing about you, or what they liked about your profile.
Reference something about the recipient's profile. When writing to a potential date remember who your writing to.There has to be something said that interested you? Ask questions and include some brief information about yourself. What common interests do you both share. It's okay to flirt and tease a little during your first contact, but keep it light and friendly. Don't write anything about sex, using any sex related words, or talk about how you are their perfect match or soul mate. You are getting to know a perfect stranger. Again, keep it light and friendly.... as if you were meeting a new colleague that is works with you.
If the email doesn't convey the right message, you may not hear anything back from him/her. Remember you probably aren't the only one that liked him/her. Your email can be one of many. Make what you say stand out. Give him/her reason to write back. Ask questions, and offer to answer questions. This is your big chance to get to know more about each other.
By now you should have a really strong grounding for what it takes to get your email noticed or replied to. These principles do work, I know cause I am now a very happily married man to an amazing women. No tricks, No games just straight out winning tactics