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With that volume of emails to browse and weed through, most women don't really have the time to browse men's ads!

They assume (and rightfully so) that all the men worth contacting have already sent them a reply.

Excitement, dread, horror, trepidation, distrust, bitterness, and/or optimism.

Opportunity to sow oats, blow off steam, get back at the other gender, find romance, discover love, conduct research (for the record, that was mine — I needed to figure out what I wanted in a relationship), dip the toes back in the dating waters, and/or create distractions from the disappointment, loneliness, bitterness, and emptiness that divorce offers.

Chapter 2 - Your First Email Misconception #2: "girls don't really read your first email. Chapter 3 - Getting the Digits Misconception #3: "online seduction is a lengthy process." This is wrong!

Consider the typical formulaic email most guys send: Subject: Hello There! I read your ad and I thought you were really interesting and I'd like to get to know you better. It's boring, it's repetitive and she usually just hits the "Delete" button after reading the first paragraph... She laughs and then a new thought creeps into her mind: "I must reply... If you can't get the digits after the third or fourth email, chances are you will never get it! The point is that you have to make sure you won't get stuck if Sweet Cherry turns out to be a Bitter Lemon. If there is no chance in hell you will want this lady, be courteous and show her a good time nevertheless.

As you can see, some basic information about me and what I'm looking for with the occasional smart-ass remark (after all, I can't deny who I am). I sent this message to girls whose writing style (in their ads) indicated that they might be open to this kind of "humor". Remember: the purpose of the first email is to get the woman curious and have her reply with or without checking out your ad.

Women who replied to my ad wrote that they liked it because it seemed that I have a pretty good idea of what I was looking for... If your ad is well written, it will only make the woman more curious about you and she will most likely reply.

Another thing worth mentioning here is something I learned from selling software: the best leads are the ones you have made the first contact with, not the ones that found you by "shopping around"!

If you can create interest in a woman and have her reply to your message, there are much better chances this will develop to something.