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I will say this though, if it's a dating site that has in its messaging service a subject line, I like to put a cliff hanger in there as a way of practically guaranteeing she reads my message. One that ALWAYS ensured a reply back was "I hope you aren't racist". I guess they always replied so that they could validate themselves somewhat so that they don't feel guilty or racist if they didn't reply. I go back and forth on whether asking a question or making a statement is a better opener. Maybe there's a way to get the to respond to a first message, but I think they have a lot of anxiety about in general.

So rather than type "hey Anna" or something generic like that I might type, "I noticed that..." And then continue the statement in the body of your message. I just try to get their attention in the first message instead of writing a long winded specific message about something in their profile. Tailoring messages to each girl's profile is the way to go.

I know some mention of something specific on their profile would be good but the guys who are good at this must at least has some set templates that they can riff or improvise on. There's so much variation in personalities that every chic may react differently. It's the only way you separate yourself after you qualify on her acceptable looks scale. Party slut- Here's where being suggestive in your messages plays very well. Artsy- Off-beat humor works very well for this category.

Some girls respond well to complimentary openers, some don't. They usually have longer profiles, so look for something for an original joke.

Seriously, your pictures are all a girl has to go on to determine whether or not you are an axe murderer/pedophile/stalker.

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In my research, I’ve found that a woman’s #1 fear online is that a guy will be awkward, creepy, or intense in-person.

The reason I advocate my original line is that it is more complex than just simply saying "Hey" or "What's up", but it's not too outrageous that it will turn a girl off. Maybe there's a way to get the to respond to a first message, but I think they have a lot of anxiety about in general.

I just try to get their attention in the first message instead of writing a long winded specific message about something in their profile.

I'm not going to say these lines always work, but I don't think any line does.

Girl's who visit your profile are much more inclined to want to meet, because they clicked on you for a reason (i.e.

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