An online dating message is not the same (thank GOD) as a job application.It's presumptuous to list a bunch of unrequested information about yourself in your message, because doing so assumes that this person already thinks of you as a candidate.Here’s the deal with the messaging thing, a lot of people have their own theories on how it works, what works best, etc. Others try pick-up-artist “negging.” Some send ridiculously long messages about their background and their overall philosophy and what they’re currently doing with their lives.Some guys think that it’s cool to copy and paste and throw out a message like bait in a lake full of carp. I’d like to say there’s no right or wrong way to message someone (everyone usually has something that works for them), but there is definitely a better way.When it comes to sending messages many people freak out.They want to say online dating sites give you profiles to work with.
But the opening line is an important part in the email that you will send to the person whom you're interested.In fact, just today it was reposted on the Huffington Post! In fact, I probably respond to more second emails than first emails.(Can not add link because I totally made that up.) But as we suggested last week, we are not done with Olivia, our resident hot chick. When I go through my inbox, I do read every message.I will get to some sample emails, but before I do, let's look at a few, simple guidelines to help you write that irresistible introductory email to the potential future love of your life:1. Let's be honest: the search for true love eventually leads to sex.