Dating follow up emails
So lets break down a real-life dating process and compare that to the sales process: Step 0: Your goal Every date starts with the same goal: you want a new relationship with somebody.In real life it’s quite impossible to achieve that immediately. Yet often we see that in sales we try to achieve that immediate result.
In order to be successful, you’ve got to play to win. Your job is to recover quickly, get back out there, and always play to win.That’s why it’s essential during the getting-to-know-you process to be open and friendly while still maintaining a sense of mystery.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.Just look around to see the amount of sales follow-ups stating “buy now”, “we are the best”, “lets schedule a demo”, “click here”, “we can do miracles for you”, etc.Although you might be as lucky as with a one-night stand, this does not generally work in a sales process.When responding to your match via email, use two-to-three-sentence responses to any particular subject.
When in doubt, follow this simple exercise: After drafting your email, save it, and then walk away from the computer.
( AJH5Wvx C)You’ve heard this advice about your cover letters, and it applies here too: Please don’t write a message generic enough that it could have been copied and pasted.
It leaves us asking ourselves either “Did he read my profile?
In the world of online dating, there’s a fine line between selling yourself short and just plain overselling yourself.
In order to catch and keep someone’s attention, you’ve got to be interesting, engaging, and effective at establishing rapport, all while maintaining a bit of mystery. The following are some practical do’s and don’ts that, when put into practice, can exponentially increase your chances of long-term dating success.
That means accepting that part of the courtship process is a chase. If that person is not interested, he or she either won’t respond at all or will send you a polite Thanks, but no thanks. Don’t: Divulge too Much too Soon Nobody wants to read a long-winded thesis on you and your life, either in your online profile or via those initial email exchanges.