Express your interest in their profile, and add in a question or two about things you share in common.
A long message with many lines or paragraphs is too much and can overwhelm and turn the receiver (if they even finish reading it all).
And it’s hard to get the girl (or guy) if you never communicate.Correctly written but otherwise everyday words such as “don’t” and “won’t” (notice they include the appropriate apostrophe) have nicely above average response rates of 36% and 37%. In this case, the “no netspeak” rule isn’t set in stone, since expressions of amusement are in fact accepted.Go ahead and use “haha” and “lol” as you please, because both turned out in the sender’s favor with 45% and 41% reply rates.We find ourselves making snap decisions based on superficial criteria, and ourselves being evaluated by the snap decisions of others. With every profile “like” and unreturned message, the ego experiences a subtle roller coaster of pride and devastation. They require the emotional balance of a tight rope walker.It’s no secret that the average person in real life bears little resemblance to their best photo, which happens to be their profile head shot. (Yes.) Is it disrespectful to date more than more person at a time? (Depends.) In our world of feedback loops and curated reality, intentions and values vary from person to person as widely as the millions of channels on You Tube. Let’s be honest – browsing the wilderness of online dating can feel like sending your ego straight into a land mine field.