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’ If you want to keep things light-hearted, start with one of those questions that everyone has an opinion about.
The Common-Sense Approach Here are three tips that may increase your chances of a reply to your first contact message: What the Research Says A study conducted by Schöndienst and Dang-Xuan (2011) examined which style of first contact message was most likely to receive a reply.
The researchers carried out an ambitious analysis of 167,276 first-contact messages sent by 3,657 users.
I’d definitely answer if someone asked me something like that. Engender a sense of intimacy by sharing something that isn’t on your profile.
Nothing creepy – don’t reveal an unusual fetish or anything – just something that will instil a sense of trust.
Maybe try something like dogs vs cats, or the correct way to hang a toilet roll.