jonlacksanh-deactivated20140426 asked: Is it ever OK to send somebody a second message when they don't respond to the first?I've always seen no response as a polite no, but the more dating blogs I read, the more I see people complaining about overly persistent guys, which means tons of dudes are doing this, which makes me wonder, does this ever actually work? Is there even a hypothetical situation where, months down the road, a snubbed suitor could redeem himself on his second try? I think a lot of people wonder about this so I decided to get a male perspective too so we can get a little he said/she said thang going. has some thoughts but before we get to that, here’s my lady perspective:________________________________________________________I absolutely think it is ok to send a second message if you are genuinely interested in the person and have something worthwhile to say.Are you tired of not getting responses to the messages you send on online dating sites and apps?
The first, and obvious problem is that it’s time consuming to send out more emails, you’re essentially putting in more work to get the same results (just on a larger scale). I’m lazy…I have no desire to sit there all day sending out emails and checking out womens profiles.
I use dating sites to SAVE time, not add time (or a second job).(I know, strange behavior for a guy who makes his living teaching men how to attract women online.)The second, and least obvious issue is that there is no guarantee that the percentage of women who respond will remain constant.
Well you’re about to discover why this is all wrong.
Using the example above, with a “response focus” – if the number of women who respond could be increased from 1 or 2 per week to 2 to 4, your results will have DOUBLED. and yet so amazingly-effective, designed to help you get more responses fast and without a lot of fuss.1. detector” and can smell a generic copy and paste email a mile away.
After the fall of My Space, I eventually created my Ok Cupid account.
I really got into the quizzes that members could take. Ok Cupid prides themselves on the ability to match people based on responses to their surveys.Let’s talk about the concept of – which is a big “ah-ha” experience for most guys.Because most guys (and I’ll bet you’re one of them) want concentrate on sending out more emails first.On Tinder, you can pair an attention-grabbing GIF with a humorous message: On a dating site like or POF, you could make a joke about the shared experience of scrolling through profile after profile: Finding common ground is a pro move, because if you can make her think the two of you are similar she’s more likely to respond.Women are simply more comfortable around people who remind them of themselves.All you need to do is follow the expert advice in this short article and watch your inbox fill up with women who are excited to meet you in person!