A common question comes up when I’m coaching men on how to successfully get dates with beautiful women.
“How come she hasn’t responded yet?”
Now, this could be through online messaging, texting or even Facebook. Let me set the scene…
You get the girl’s number from online or maybe at a bar. You know the right move is to text instead of call (and if you don’t know the right move then check out my youtube channel for that answer http://www.youtube.com/trippadvice)
Back to the story…
You have the number and you’re ready to say something. You send that glorious message and…
Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
How come she hasn’t responded yet (you think for the millionth time).
Well I can’t tell you why she hasn’t responded necessarily, because I don’t know your specific story. But, I can give you some sage advice on how to get her to respond to your messages.
ASK A QUESTION!
Common sense? Maybe. But, how come I never see men ever use this amazing “technique”? If you want a girl to respond to your texts and/or messages then end the message with a question.
Give her a REASON to respond. She will need that in order to give a response. When we see the question in our inbox, phone, etc. it gives us purpose to continue communicating. Most guys end messages with stuff like:
“Hope all is well”
“Hope to hear from you”
Bad. Bad. Bad.
This will not necessarily garner a response from her. It’s a gamble. In order to keep the conversation moving ask her something and give her the REASON to respond to you.
I know what you’re thinking at this point. Well, Tripp, what if she doesn’t respond? Then what?
Well, at that point you’ve just given yourself a lot of well needed information. If she’s not keeping up with conversation and won’t bother to answer your questions via messages, then you can safely assume she (or he) is not interested and you’ve done something wrong.
Maybe your previous message wasn’t witty enough.
It’s possible when you met her out that you didn’t get her attracted.
At the least you now know to do something different for the next time.