In addition to sending out that first email, there are going to be times when you will need to actually talk to the other person. It may be just through the email at first, but will likely lead to instant message conversations and then to the phone. One thing that you will want to make sure comes through in the entire process is your charm. No matter if you are a guy or the girl; you want to give off the right impression to them through the words that you use. Often time’s people do not realize that words typed do not have the same feeling as words said. Therefore, you need to insure you use the write wording for true success.
For example, you want to make sure you are saying things that will keep the conversation going in a positive direction. You will need to choose your words wisely and accurately. Do not say things sarcastically unless you are sure that they will get it. It could easily turn out to be a big insult to them and hurt them.
One of the largest mistakes with online dating is letting the conversation go. People will find themselves talking to someone through an email only to turn around and stop. You need to insure that you say things that will bring up new things and keep things moving. Many relationships fail because someone has stopped chatting.
It Doesn’t Stop There
Yet, emails and instant messages are only good for a short period of time. The fact is that you will need to take it to the next level at some point. Again, girls and guys can do and should do this. Don’t wait for someone else to make the right move.
If you wait, you are likely to lose out altogether on the relationship.
If you feel that it is time to give her or him a call, then it is time. In fact, if you let this extend past the first few emails, then you may have lost your shot. So, when you have spent some time talking back and forth and still are interested in this person, send them an email asking for their phone number.
Yes, it is okay to ask for their phone number of the first email but it is often a better bet to get it if you wait until the second email, or the one they reply to. The goal is to get the call and make it happen as this is what will take a standard meeting of someone to the next level. That is what you set out to do, right?