No one wants to read a novel-esque email (and they probably won't) after a long day of work.
It's also very clear when people copy and paste the same email from person to person. Finally, humor and proper grammar go further than you might think.
That's an amazing achievement, especially while holding down a full-time job. we obviously need to stoke that friendly rivalry, right?You've joined an online dating site or app, but it's not enough to simply sign up. That means searching for people and sending a message, and I recommend that both men and women make the first move.Many women think that initiating contact might make them lose the upper hand at the get-go or seem less feminine. We need to go for what we want, and it starts here.If you're really, really hoping to get a response from your match, a vague greeting won't get you stellar results.As far as response rates go, “Hey” performs at average, while “Hey, what’s up” performs at 4 percent above average."We’re aiming to help users do better than average, and are thus showing examples of the types of things that do better than a generic opener," Karen Fein, Hinge’s vice president of marketing, told The Huffington Post.