You have created a great profile online, and now you want to know how to write an email that will sell you first. In case you did not know, any kind of email that you write with the intention of getting the attention of someone is a form of email marketing. It can be hard and it can be easy, depending on the way that you look at it. Consider your case first. What kind of email would you like to read from a person who is interested in you? Definitely, you would like to give the email a glance and have your interest piqued, or you will just walk away and forget about it. That is exactly the reaction of any other person, but women are especially touchy when it comes to emails and they will not give yours a second glance if it doesn’t deserve one. Crafting a good classified ads email calls for some skills, but with this guide here, you can do it.
The subject line is very important
Most people will make the mistake of leaving out the subject line, yet it is the most visible in the email. Now, one thing that you should always have in mind is that this woman receives so many emails every day. Therefore, you have to make yours stand out from all the others and the best way for you to do that is to catch the attention of the reader from the moment that they see the email. The first classified ads dating email especially should be very well done because it will determine whether she will want to venture further into the game by having a look at your profile. If you can get her to read beyond the subject line of the email, you might as well assume that she is your, but wait, not quite, but at least until she gets to your profile. If your profile picture is good as we advise you in this site, then your chances of winning her over will be very high.
How should you craft a good email?
You will be marketing yourself. Therefore do not short sell yourself and most important, do not oversell yourself. Women do not like to think that they are buying something. To the contrary, they want to feel as if they are getting a solution to a need that they have. The classified ads email that you send first should pique the interest, it should have some humor and therefore it should be written in a light tone. Lastly, there should be a call to action. The last part is especially very important because you will be expecting some action. However, the success of this part depends heavily on the first two. If you did them right, she will get to this part where she has to act. If she doesn’t read beyond the subject line, that means the email is a dud and therefore no matter how good the three parts are, she will never know. You want to keep the first classified ads dating email short, but power packed at the same time. Consider opening lines that catch attention.
For example, you should go something like;
“Hi there, You look great! So you like bungee jumping? (If she has posted a picture doing such). Should I keep out of the way …. ?”
“Hello, I think you look awesome. So you love pets, huh? Tell me, should I run from that German Shepherd?”
If she has a picture taken with her dog, you can be sure that this line will catch her attention. The good thing with such a classified ads email is that it prompts them to answer, yet in a gentle way that doesn’t appear to be demanding. The worst mistake that most guys make is writing too long emails thinking that they will get a reply.
Consider an email like this one:
“Hi there, my name is Petersen. I saw your profile picture and I am interested. Do you think we can communicate and know each other more?”
This is a turn off, It reeks of lack of assurance and lack of skill.
Similarly, never use emails that look like the one below
“Hello, I am John. I saw your profile and I am interested. You are exactly what I have been looking for. Do you think we can do coffee or something? Please get back to me”
This one reeks of lack of machismo, lack of confidence. It is so flat in tone and it has no appeal whatsoever. Such is the kind of first classified ads dating email that will be discarded immediately, without getting beyond the subject line, that is, if she lingers long enough to read even that!