Tips for writing dating emails
Definitely do NOT leave anyone hanging, waiting for an email response from you that you never intend to send. If someone contacts you and you’re not interested, be respectful enough to send a short, succinct, and thoughtful rejection.
If you start communicating with someone only to discover that you lose interest, that person, too, deserves to be let down easily rather than ignored.
Don’t: Lead Someone On If you’re not interested in someone, be honest as soon as possible.
Share enough information about yourself to excite, entice, and/or intrigue your potential match, while still leaving him or her wanting more. Here’s a good rule of thumb to follow: Keep your profile answers short, succinct, and sassy.
When responding to your match via email, use two-to-three-sentence responses to any particular subject.
Additionally, online dating is less competitive than the bar/club scene.
With that said, you still need to put thought into how you are going to connect with someone online.If someone seems too good to be true in email, that person probably is. Your safety and well-being are far more important than trying to please a virtual stranger by doing something that feels risky or otherwise unsafe.