A lively, considered-provoking memoir about how one girl "gamed" online dating web sites like JDate, OKCupid and eHarmony â€“ and satisfied her eventual partner.
Soon after yet yet another online dating disaster, Amy Webb was about to cancel her JDate membership when an epiphany struck: It wasnâ€™t that her standards had been also higher, as females are typically informed, but that she wasnâ€™t analyzing the appropriate data in suitorsâ€™ profiles. That evening Webb, an award-winning journalist and electronic-strategy skilled, created a thorough, exhaustive list of what she did and did not want in a mate. The consequence: seventy-two needs ranging from the predicted (sensible, humorous) to the tremendous-distinct (likes selected musicals: Chess, Les Misérables. Not Cats. Need to not like Cats!).
Next she turned to her personal profile. In purchase to craft the most persuasive online presentation, she necessary to assess the competitionâ€”so she signed on to JDate once again, this time as a gentleman. Using the exact same present for data strategy that created her business the top in its subject, she found the key words and phrases that had been electronic gentleman magnets, analyzed pictures, and examined the timing of womenâ€™s messages, then altered her (woman) profile to make the most of that intel.
Then commenced the delugeâ€”dozens of men needed to meet her, men who truly satisfied her needs. Amongst them: her future partner, now the father of her kid.
Forty million men and women date online each year. Most really don't locate correct love. Many thanks to Data, a Love Story, their odds just got a total lot much better.