What Percent of People Respond to Your Initial Emails on Match.com?

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As you may know, before I became a dating coach, I was a prolific online dater.

I tried every site around, starting in the late 90’s. Matchmaker.com. Nerve.com. JDate.com. Match.com. eHarmony.com. Chemistry.com. And probably a few others that are escaping my memory right now. These days, PlentyOfFish.com and OkCupid.com are the two free online dating players worthy of your consideration.

But from both my personal experience and my coaching experience, I’ve learned that most people tend to fail in online dating and then blame the website.

This is like blaming the gym because you didn’t lose weight.

Site are just big boxes of single people who are trying to meet each other. Nobody shows them how to come up with clever usernames. Nobody teaches them what photos to post. Nobody illustrates how to create a unique, compelling online dating profile. Nobody teaches effective email techniques based on actual research.

This is the way normal people talk when they go to parties. They don’t tap you on the shoulder and say, “You look cute. I think we have a lot in common. Let’s go out.”

The closest anybody gets is OkCupid – and all they do is give you test results – approximately 27% of people respond to first emails, overall – they don’t show you HOW to write great first emails.

So if you’ve been frustrated with your results in online dating (and one look at the comments below indicates that you ARE), there are a number of things you can do differently to get different results. One of the most powerful ones has to do with writing first emails. Consider what most people say:

Subject: Hi

Text: Hey Pat102. I read your profile and you seem really cool. I liked your photos. You have a great smile and I think we have a lot in common, too. I noticed that you have a dog. I also have a dog. What kind do you have? Where do you like to walk your dog? Maybe we can get together sometime. So, check out my profile and if you like what I have to say, I really hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely, Chris.

If you’ve ever received an email like this, you know it sucks. But then why do you also WRITE emails like this as well? My theory is because it’s easiest – it’s what comes naturally to you. So you don’t put much thought into it, and, not surprisingly, it doesn’t get very good results. Why would it? There’s nothing funny, interesting, compelling, or different about such an email. Plus, it compliments the recipient too much – as if Chris is just praying that he/she is good enough for Pat102. No wonder Pat doesn’t respond to this display of weakness.

First emails are best when you offer your opinion of something specific in the person’s profile – but instead of doing what you normally do: “I agree. I like popcorn, too!”, you actually say something disagreeable, controversial, silly, or playful. Make an observation. Be sarcastic. Come up with a joke. Anything other than, “I like you. I like what you said. Please, please, please consider going out with me.”

For example, if someone says in his profile that he likes Costa Rica, you think about all the things you know about Costa Rica and search your brain for a humorous angle. Something other than, “I’ve heard it’s beautiful there! Tell me more!” Personally, I don’t know ANYTHING about Costa Rica, but I do know that all of my left-wing, liberal, neo-hippie friends go on yoga retreats there. Literally, the only reason I’ve even heard of Costa Rica is because of yoga.

So I use this in my email:

Subject: Yoga-Retreat Island

Hey, Pat. I have to be honest with you. I don’t know anything about Costa Rica; I think it’s in the Caribbean or Central America or something like that. All I know is that all of my left-wing yoga friends go on week-long retreats there every year. Which makes me wonder: what does it look like when you fly in at the airport? As the plane is descending, do you see 25,000 people doing down dog at the same exact time? Are there 25,000 more people who are ziplining from tree to tree? Inquiring minds want to know.

Talk soon, Chris.

You didn’t talk about yourself. You didn’t talk about the person you were writing to. You didn’t compliment the other person. You didn’t brag about yourself or sell yourself or ask anyone on any dates. You just made a silly observation about Costa Rica.

This is the way normal people talk when they go to parties. They don’t tap you on the shoulder and say, “You look cute. I think we have a lot in common. Let’s go out.”

It all starts with a little bit of witty banter.This technique is known as the Opinion Opener technique and it’s worked like a charm for thousands of women and men who’ve bought my Finding the One Online audio series.

If you’re sick of online dating – all the wrong people writing to you and the right people not writing back, here are four simple things I will teach you to do:

* You can come up with a new username/headline.
* You can post different online dating photos
* You can write a better online dating profile.
* You can improve your email technique.

All of this is explained in fascinating detail in Finding the One Online – with 7 hours of audio, a 180 page transcript and a 35 page workbook.

Click here to see for yourself how to make more people respond to your initial emails on Match.com.

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  1. 221
    Phil

    I am both a realist and a man who very unfortunately has had   to try online dating. The quality of an initial introductory message is a variable but it is not, like the dating pundits think, a huge factor in determining eliciting a response. For men, the whole process is difficult and frustrating.   There are profiles of women on these sites that are no longer valid. They have expired but are just left on the site. Good luck with any of these (ghost)   ladies liking your message and responding to you.   Ok, that is a segment of the site population but many ladies are on the site legitimately. Many, I think, most ladies know they are in the driver’s seat in this dating process. They may look at your photo, check your height, & just as soon delete your written effort, giving it no chance or credibility.

    Like anything else, there is always some expert out there who knows all the ropes &   for a fee will help you craft a dating site message.   Give me a break!    I hope I get fortunate enough, one way or the other , to meet a quality lady to share & enjoy life. I would never think of the garbage involved with internet dating again, because after all, I have led a good life and have no intention of winding up in Hades, which   for me, would be an endless existence on dating sites!

  2. 222
    Jesse F

    If dating has to be this complicated and this scientific, I would either just stay single or just get a mail order bride.   I mean seriously! She is going to judge how weak you are off of a sentence? Plus on most dating sites women are highly picky and superficial. Looks are by far the top of the list. Most don’t even read the full profile. And then the height thing! Almost 90% want a guy who is at least 6 foot! Being picky means that you will lose more chances to meet Mr Right than just getting to know someone. Online dating is much like searching for a job online. If you don’t have the right resume, it just gets thrown in the trash.

  3. 223
    Andrew

    I suspect that the UK is different

    The women generally are not serious about having a relationship preferring to tell themselves that belonging to match means they are doing something without actually having to meet anyone.
    They are too arrogant to reply to messages or even to put in any effort toward making first contact.
    A typical woman’s profile will include photos from 15 years ago, their dog or cat 3 times, an emote quote and a picture with their friends from which they cannot be individually indentified.
    Many of them would be happier if they went to a rescue centre and got themselves a pet, many of the others are just out for a free dinner.

  4. 224
    Wondering

    I think men and women have the same experiences, regardless.

    I’ve been on both eharmony and Match, better luck with Match. However, this most recent “tour” of Match has yielded nothing. I’ve sent out over 15 emails in 2 months and not one reply. I have been told I’m attractive, have a great smile, twinkling eyes and a nice figure. My profile is well written, have many interests, great sense of humor and my requirements are 5 yrs younger to 5 years older. My emails are personalized and reference the man’s profile interests in the emails.   I only send emails to men who fit my profile. I find it rather disheartening that I don’t even get the thank you but no thank you, however I do respond in some form when I receive emails.

    What I get are men in there 20s and 30s, old enough to be their mother,   and men in there 70s that remind me of my father.

    And yes, I also get the spammers, and I don’t respond to them

    I also know that there are more women on both eharmony and Match then there are men.

    I don’t know if there is a solution or not…..

    1. 224.1
      scott

      15 emails in two months? I send that in one day! And I never get ANY unsolicited emails, ever. So no Wondering, men and women have it much differently in terms of online dating. Don’t believe me? Google this: Men Online Dating Email Response. It’s a much worse for men, far worse than you can imagine, and no there are much more men online than women, in the order of 10:1. You don’t know how good you have it.

  5. 225
    Jan

    i just ‘re-launched’ my profile this week after a 2 month hiatus on a senior dating website.   I bought this program, spent the time to read each chapter, twice, do all of the exercises, updated my username and profile, and had new professional photos taken.   I am here to attest that this stuff works!   I’ve already gotten better responses, and many compliments on my profile, and it’s only been four days.   I would say at least a 50% response rate!   Thank you Evan.

    yes, I’m still getting the generic ‘winks’, the scammers, etc., but those are easy to weed out and not waste any time on.   One of the key points is to look for people who are looking for you, your age, your height, body type, etc. and stop being so selective that you are disqualifying 90% of candidates right off the bat.   My ‘about you’ essay starts with “I don’t take a list with me to the grocery store, and I don’t have a list of who you should be either.   When we meet up, we’ll see if it’s a good fit, deal?”

    I’m in that category that EMK would call more challenging as I’m mid 50’s, a few extra pounds, etc. but guess what? Not all men are attracted to stick thin women, if some are, fine, then we are not a match, no big deal.   If they want younger, fine, we are not a match.   I don’t take it personal.

  6. 226
    Tuba

    Women email men on dating sites? You can’t be serious. Maybe once every 90 days I will get a “like” on one of my photos and it ain’t of me. And sending emails to women is to send the emails into cyber oblivious. Women don’t even delete them after months let alone read them. I am beginning to think there are no woman on the dating sites. Just pictures of women to get men to subscribe.

  7. 227
    jon

    My personal experiences show that most women will see they have a message from you.. then go look at your pictures before reading the email.. if they dont like your pictures bang your email gets deleted without being read..then also figure on match.com at least 75% of their database are unpaid members.. and the site goes to great lengths to keep you on there..

  8. 228
    Sean

    Sorry Evan but you are full of it. This is your job. Hey I can smile and be handsome for a living but all the guys on here have a massive point.

    I’ve only been on Match for a couple of weeks. I have a witty profile. My emails are witty, banter and charming. Nothing.

    Here is my view on it. Success for men is geographicaly related. In big, popular cities women have an over inflated view of themselves. They think they deserve a superly attractive guy with a massive wage packet. They then complain that there’s no good men out there and ‘why am i single’ they then post generic profiles like ‘Looking for tall, dark, handsome Prince’.

    So Evan, just because you have been lucky does not make you an authority on women. At the end of the day Women are shallow and with the addition of geographic location it is just a hopeless situation for us guys.

    Call me sexist, call me bitter but you would be wrong. I am just making an observation from experience.

    1. 228.1
      Evan Marc Katz

      Okay, I’ll call you sexist and bitter – based on your experience and what you wrote above.

  9. 229
    Mr hidden..

    Quick disclaimer before anyone chooses to moan: The following is just my experiences of Match, I consider myself to be above average in looks and I am very successful career wise, however I am really shy. I have had relationships with people whom I met online in real life so I expected good results from Match but I was wrong and luckily cancelled within 14 days and got my money back.

    The problem I found with  Match.com is that it presents a very small pool (I’d love to see the ratio they have between men and women) plus these women all have to pay so they all have ‘skin in the game’. This means that the typical guy approach which is to play the numbers game, approach as many women as possible, try to come up with something original to say will nearly always backfire, here’s why. On match, women  can be selective as anything, in fact all they have to do is put up a profile and literally messages will come flooding in. Most guys will go for women who they see as above average or attractive and send them messages and the result will be….crickets…nada…nothing… The women have been inundated and you are at the back of the queue…   I found this out because like a previous reader I posted a fake female ad and I was nearly overwhelmed. The problem is guys have been socialised to ‘the chase’, ‘hunting of the opposite sex’ is everything and getting what you want (ideally a relationship) is everything but do that on Match and your options will soon run out (unless you want to be seen as creepy). Whereas females (I don’t wish to put any female down) can get all the validation, attention and time they want, which in essence is the only power real power men have in social dynamics. Match also plays this as they put up profiles of those who have paid as well as those that have not, so as a guy you can take ages crafting a well sculptured message only to find out that the intended recipient   won’t be able to read it unless they pay for a subscription or you pay for a ‘bolt on’ so everyone can contact you. Its a really naughty game and not a kinky  one at that. Match Affinty presents a better option in that you can’t ‘hunt’ and are only sent details of potential members of the opposite sex every day – to be fair I have only tried this as a trial but even then it could be a bit hit and miss because of those I have seen they look about average. But it does cut the pond size significantly and I would expect you would have a higher rate of return on your messages if you put in the effort. The last option is sites such as POF which are free. To be honest, the females here really vary quite wildly but the good news is as its free you are likely to be swimming in a much larger pond with new fish almost daily. I think I will be giving that a try next….

    1. 229.1
      Emily, the original

        This means that the typical guy approach which is to play the numbers game, approach as many women as possible  

      Yuck.

    2. 229.2
      ScottH

      I disagree with you.   I wouldn’t say that I’m a hottie but I’m not offensive looking either.   I’m in the 100-150k range, so not a high earner.   I have a really good profile and a dozen good quality pictures that tell a good story of who I am and a lot of women comment about the high quality of my profile.   While I often don’t get responses from women I’d like to get responses from, I’ve gotten dozens of responses from women in the last 4 months and have met a lot of them.   Quitting after 14 days is premature.   What do you have to lose?   You’re successful in your career.   What does $50 mean to you?   OLD expands the pool of people you are exposed to.   I had 2 relationships from online dating.   Maybe you should look at why you’re not getting responses rather than blame the medium.

      1. 229.2.1
        Buck25

        Scott,

        I’m curious. You recently mentioned you made a profile change, and had a lot of response in the first weekend. Is some of what you’re reporting now a part of the uptick since you did the new profile? How’s the quality level you’re getting responses from now; any better?

        1. ScottH

          Hi Buck-   I don’t think I said that I wrote a new profile.   I went back online since my last relationship ended in late March.   I’ve been tweaking my profile all along as I get new ideas from Evan’s emails and input from female friends and other places.   I do get a lot of women commenting on the high quality of it and I think it does stand out from the usual drivel.   It’s interesting that sometimes there’s a lull in responses and sometimes I get quite a few.   One time I got something like 5-7 messages or winks in one day but that was very unusual.   One time I met 3 women in 24 hours and that was too much and another within that week.   Again, that’s unusual and I still sit here without a serious prospect.   I   think have some of my own shit to get together after having been tossed about on this rocky sea.   I’m recognizing that I have blind spots and they’re really hard to see into, although I think I’m basically a good catch.     I think the important thing about the profile is to make sure that you have lots of conversation hooks and enough information about you to make you interesting to the person you’d like to meet.   I think mine describes me very well.   And throw in the Gilligan’s Island references.   They make people smile.   I hope that answers your questions.   Just remember, beyond the age of 40, there are lots of dented and bumped people out there.

      2. 229.2.2
        Nissa

        Let me honestly give you the best advice I know.

        If your photo aren’t done by a professional, such as lookbetteronline.com, get them redone.  Looks matter. Have pictures of you – not your car, boat or vacation. Just you. Women are most attracted to FACES, not bodies. If she’s not attracted to your face, your body won’t matter. If she can’t see your face because it’s hidden behind glasses, a hat or taken from 6 feet away, you’ll get passed over because she not going to get a magnifier to find your face.  Take the time to have professional skin care before your photos. Cameras see everything – unibrows, large pores and old acne scars.

        Get your wardrobe evaluated by a professional. You can check out Models by Mark Manson for style tips, Dappered.com or GQ. You can go to Nordstrom and get help from a personal shopper for free also.

        Write to women who are an actual match. If you are a smoker, drinker and want kids, write to women within 7 years of your age (+/-)   who want those same things.  Women don’t have time for such obvious  dealbreakers. If you smoke,  do write to women who are  ok with  smokers. Don’t bother with women who are not smokers and hope they will change  who they are  to go out with you.

        If you pass those basic hurdles, then women will pay attention to your profile.

  10. 230
    Buck25

    Scott,

    Thanks. Looks like some of your “tweaks” are working well so far. I did a number of those when I was online. The last one I had, before I went on my current “vacation” drew a lot of interest,   as in unsolicited incoming email traffic, but very little of the sort I wanted; pretty typical result for me. I think the best response rate I ever had to emails I sent was about 25-35% but that was a couple years back, before age filtered me out of too many searches.   Still undecided about trying those waters again; just like you, I’m still trying to make sure I have my own self together. Cosign on that last line; it gets worse past 55 in my experience; everybody’s got some baggage by then; it’s just that so many can’t seem to shrink it down to carry-on size, instead of a couple of steamer trunks.

    1. 230.1
      ScottH

      Buck I think the most important thing is to keep it in perspective and understand that failure is the default.   If something positive does come of the effort, then it’s a bonus rather than an entitlement.   It just exposes you to people you wouldn’t be exposed to otherwise.   I used to have the entitlement attitude and that makes it more gut wrenching.   It’s just a difficult endeavor but like M Scott Peck says in the introduction to Road Less Traveled, once you understand it’s difficult, it’s easier to bear, or something like that…..

      Also, 25-35% response rate is crazy good.   Did you post your income?   If so, I bet that is why it was so high.

    2. 230.2
      Yet Another Guy

      @Buck25

      My own experience is that 55 is the demarcation line for men when it comes to age.   The difference in interest between when I was 55 and now at age 56 is is remarkable.    It is like the difference between 6’0″ and 5’11”.   Believe it or not, one inch of height makes a difference in response rate.   Yet, few women can tell the difference between a man who is a strong 5’11” (i.e. at least 5’11” even, not 5’10” and a fraction) and one who is 6’0″ on the money.

  11. 231
    Buck25

    Scott,

    No, I wasn’t posting my income at the time I was getting the best response rate. I did post it when I first started, but I’ve done it both with and without since-oddly enough, it doesn’t seem to make a significant difference (I know; surprised me too). The one that drew the most interest was just a little story about something that happened to me at a party (it was kinda funny).

  12. 232
    scott

    Actually this article overlooks the huge difference between men and women in terms of email responses. Here’s a great article, and guys, be ready to do a lot of work for one reply. According the one recent study of online dating:

    “Looking at higher confidence levels, if a woman wants to be 90% certain she’ll receive a response from a man her own age, she’ll have to send 13 messages.  A man will have to send 58 messages.”

    http://www.businessinsider.com/online-dating-message-statistics-2013-7

    I’m done with online dating and guys, unless you’re over 6ft tall, funny, handsome, and rich, I would ask you to do the same.

  13. 233
    Tuba

    The article misses the point entirely. Most women on-line are window shopping for a man who does not exist, Mr. Perfect (aka “Mr. Perfect for me” which is the same thing.) These females have been mislead by women-magazine and have profiles that read like a bad romance novel or a parole board hearing (all men are scum thus she’s looking for the least worst of all the scum.)   She also wants him tall, rich, and a bodice ripping eunuch who knows when to crawl in the corner like the dog he really is. (She thinks six feet tall is fine but if he likes women who are weight appropriate he is discriminating against the big and beautiful. And if he dates a woman 15 years younger he’s a predatory crud but if she dates a man 15 years younger she’s a cougar, positive, and just fulfilling herself.) Conversely men see hundreds if not thousands of women on-line they would love to meet — the data base is that large — but the women never respond because they are looking for the Mr. Perfect. That is why dating on-line is mostly a failure: Women have a bad attitude and a double standard. If they’re alone they have only themselves to blame.

  14. 234
    Given up

    I didn’t find that I wanted to reach out to anyone and initiate something on Match.com. The photos are obviously a first impression and those were not good. Almost all photos are in the dark, with baseball caps on and their face cannot be seen, selfies, in the bathroom, in front of a mirror, taken with friends or family and you don’t know which one he is in the photo….. Then the one-liner for a first e-mail would be “Hi there.” Wow, another great first impression. Take my advice and shut down the computer. Get out in public and spend your time productively looking for the right guy!

  15. 235
    Sack o' Doorknobs

    First, I think that there really shouldn’t be much of a reason to be on Match if you are under 30.   I mean, if you’ve never been married and you don’t have any kids and you are just starting out, most of the sortable criteria are irrevant since people in that age range are largely in the same boat and your range of options is much larger.

     

    Now, if you are 39 and divorced with a kid or two, your criteria are probably much more specific.   You are probably looking for someone who is 36-45 who is also divorced, who also has one or two kids.   You are also probably looking for someone within 30-50 miles away since you don’t want to move yourself or your kid away.   This is where M.com helps…you can narrow down your options significantly and then target your responses.

    So

  16. 236
    Steven

    I understand that you should write a good email to get responses.   At the same time though, unlike with Tinder/Bumble or dating apps where you match before messaging, I have no idea whether the woman would write back to me regardless of what I say.   So why should I put a lot of thought/energy into emailing women who wouldn’t respond anyway because I didn’t meet physical standards, etc.?   Just trying to hit the opposite viewpoint.

  17. 237
    TrialAndError

    First of all, physical attraction is part of human nature. It doesn’t mean a person is shallow or rude just because they decide not to respond to a message after looking after a profile pic. It’s literally built into our genes to select for the strongest and most attractive partner possible. This is why the most attractive men and women are models and adorn our magazines and commercials. Even models we call “plus size” have symmetrical faces. (attractive facial features) If someone doesn’t respond to a message, it doesn’t mean they are purposefully being rude or mean, they just might not believe as strongly that you about compatible. Don’t take it personally.

    Secondly, for pictures it is suggested that you have a close up (so prospective singles know what you look like) and a body picture (because guys and girls want to see the whole you). For myself I had many close up picture but no body length shots but once I added that the number of responses and view increased ~20%. I’m an average guy so I think it will help most people. For guys I found a collared shirt pic goes further then a shirtless one.

    Lastly, as a guy it is a numbers game. Not to say go and “carpet bomb” the landscape but be assertive. Women are able to wall flower and receive messages (maybe many are crap I don’t know, you need to ask them) but unless your Brad Pit or Will Smith this isn’t really a valid option for most men. I personally look for the capability scores (most sites have them now) and will select only in the upper 80% and higher. These are usually built on an algorithm based on a questionnaire. Major points like height and interests sway the scoring more then things like exact income and education level. So they are pretty accurate in the ability to ball park your capability. The fine tuning is up to you. When reading a profile be aware of major conflicts that may not be picked up from the scoring system like strong religious beliefs, if they want kids, or politics to name a few. I found these are hot topics that people usually will not or can not find a compromise in, if you don’t agree with them maybe they are not the right one for you. Once you find someone that fits that list (and it again doesn’t have to be to a T) try to message them with something you read in their profile or saw on a picture. Like many people have already said, tailor make these messages if you want a response. If your funny, use humor, if your smart, use wit, if your confident, be blunt. Make it personal, you are talking to a human being not a object. Even with these tips it is never guaranteed that she will feel the same way and respond back. I personally have messaged around 30 women that I thought were great matches, 7 responded back positively, 2 responded with nothing more then a meh, and the rest were lost to the net. Note that I did this over a 2 week span so it averages to about 2 messages each day. I receive 0 first messages which only helps to reinforce the idea of wall flowering for men will not work. I don’t have all the answers but assertiveness and thoughtfulness goes along way.

    For the women there is only 1 thing that I found really encouraging and that was hitting the like button. It shows that you are possibly interested and we should take a look. They are relatively rare for us guys, as in 1 a week if we are lucky, so when we see those we make sure to really look at that profile or just message to say hi right off the bat. It’s a good way to select some of the guys who will message you. I hope this helps my brothers and sisters in their searches.

  18. 238
    Mariana Werneck

    You are GREAT!

    I have been in Match.com for 2 months -nearly rating it the worst site ever but your ideas …. haha! Laughing at men’s pragmatic sense of humor 👍”please please please consider going out with me”.

    you should be writing scripts in Hollywood!!!!!!

    🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾

    all best , Mariana

     

  19. 239
    Jon

    I tried Match.com about a month ago, but after a few initial introductory messages I got virtually no response. Most of the senders were old and gross. Kind of disappointing. But I guess desirable people don’t need dating sites. 🙁

    1. 239.1
      No Name To Give

      Attractive people don’t need ‘em and unattractive people don’t have luck on them.

      1. 239.1.1
        Yet Another Guy

        @NNTG

        Attractive people don’t need ‘em

        From my experience, that assertion is not true.    It may be true for the topmost tier of extroverts because their extroverted nature affords them contact with a lot of people.   However, I have met several hot introverted women on dating sites who went without dates before going online.   We can look at success in dating as a combination of attractiveness combined with visibility.   That is where online dating enters the picture.   Online dating increases a single person’s visibility.

         

    2. 239.2
      Yet Another Guy

      @Jon

      A lot of men make the mistake of assuming that all profiles are active on Match. You need to pay attention to the profiles that contain a solid dot or a circle on the main profile photo.   These women are active.   If you are writing women who are active and they are not responding, there is a high probability that you are attempting to shoot above your pay grade in looks and/or status.     It is not about to whom one is attracted on a dating site.   It is about those to whom one is attractive on a dating site.

      As far as to women who contact you, yes, my experience tells me that women tend to reach up in a big way when they contact a man.   In my humble opinion, their upward reach dwarfs that of the average man on a dating site.     That is because most women do not know where they fall within the female social hierarchy due to men dating down for easy sex (which happens a lot on dating sites).    Men are more aware of where they fall within the male social hierarchy because they have to pursue.

  20. 240
    Jarrod Wells

    I wouldn’t listen to anyone online about this. The reality is, the better looking you are, and the better your pics are, the more responses you’ll get. If you are a hard body  model with blue eyes and chiseled chin, you’ll get a 50% response rate. If you aren’t attractive, then you better learn how to send funny, witty, and charming messages. If you do this, you might get a 10% response rate.

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