Online Dating- When A Woman Emails You First

by Teddy Shabba - Date: 2007-03-18 - Word Count: 251 Share This!

Every now and then if you have a good profile written a woman will make the first move and send you an email.

When this happens you can handle it one of two ways depending on what she has written to you.

(This is under the assumption that you looked at her profile and liked what you saw; if you don't like her profile simply delete and move on)

If in her email she gives you her number to call then all you have to do is call her and set up a time and place to meet.

Whatever you do decide to do in this situation, do NOT email her as the phone is always better than online.

If in her email she didn't give you her phone number; in your email that you send her you must ask for her phone number or attempt to setup a meeting.

Anything else can be said or discovered once you meet in person.

Now, if she responds to your email without giving you her phone number or agreeing on a meeting time and place, it is important to realize that you are more than likely dealing with someone who doesn't want to meet in person.

No matter what, it is important that you remember your only goal in online dating is to meet women in person.

Women who are willing to meet in person give out their phone number and/or agree to meet.

Women who enjoy chit chatting online find ways not to meet up and don't give out their phone numbers.

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