Pro-tip: Make sure your spelling and punctuation are correct.Terrible grammar can be a big turn off for some women.Don't rush to set a date up -- women often want to make sure they can feel comfortable around you before they'll agree to a meet.Chat programs like skype are also a great way to have a more personal method of communication.Obviously we've joined because we're single, not because we thought it was the Domino's app.Move on to other topics, such as shared interests, what we like to do around the city, etc.Try to evoke an emotional reaction out of her with your messages, and keep it fun!She may get dozens of messages a day -- try to make yours stand out.
Short sms-style messages are not the way to go here, and neither are long, drawn out diatribes about how much you have in common with each other.
Your “about me” in your profile shouldn't be a list of likes/dislikes, facts about you, or things you're looking for in a woman. Try to communicate your personality in your write-up. Tell a funny story that explains the type of person you are or describe an adventure you could both go on!
Give them something to comment on so if they're interested in you, messaging you will be that much easier.
There's also no need to discuss the amount of "luck" we're having on the app or how long we've been using said app. Dropping in lines like "Hey gorgeous" or "Hey beautiful" This just feels ick, even if you mean well. Using profile pictures that feature you with a child The strategy behind the idea makes sense.
Listing your height and nothing else in your profile Cool that you're 6'4", but when that's all you've told us about you it makes it hard to start a conversation. Using old photos or relying only on group shots Where's Waldo is an adorable series of children's books. Ditch that picture of you playing lacrosse in high school or the shot of you and your 20 closest friends in favor of a recent solo snap. We see you with a kid and it sends a message to our brains that you'd be a great father, cue ovary explosion.