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I do, but it's been over 30 days since I sent it, so I can't repost it even if I want to.
The most common question we receive from men is how to write a good online dating first email.
Unlike an everyday face to face meeting where the words just tumble from your mouth in no apparent order.
The most common are the one liners that don't really say anything.
Only a small percentage of emails that are sent by men are ever opened by women. What if, out of that crowd of cows, one of them was bright purple?
An even smaller percentage of emails are actually responded to. After you left the field, that bright purple cow would be the one cow that stuck out in your mind.
Why do women only respond to a small percentage of emails? Let’s say you were asked to select one of the cows in the field to pet.
Because most of the emails are horribly written or the guy sending it has a lousy profile. Chances are you would select the purple cow simply because it’s the only one that stood out.