Outsource my dating
“For me, those first e-mails are absolutely critical. I wouldn’t like not being the one communicating and expressing my voice and my personality — but more importantly, I want the stuff coming from that person.
I’d feel a sense of betrayal if I found out that someone had used a virtual dating assistant.” Patricia Wallace, psychologist and senior director of information technology at Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, agrees that the trust issue is a big one.
“I’ve done it three different times and it just becomes overwhelming,” says Marilyn Heywood Paige, a 40-year-old marketing consultant from Philadelphia.
“It’s like a part-time job trying to filter and write and call and meet.” Thanks to the arrival of online “dating concierges,” though, overly tasked singles can now hand that job over to a third party, who — for a fee — will gladly do that heavy lifting.
Their idea of "sense of humor" tends to revolve around the collected works of Senator Harry Reid.
The pictures, the preferences, the interminable lists of hobbies and favorite childhood memories – it’s no secret that sifting and sorting through hundreds of online dating profiles can be exhausting work.“She was never allowed to write anyone but she sifted and sorted for me because I had so many. I couldn’t keep up.” Trust issues But is turning to a third party to find a date, contact a date and even carry on a correspondence with a date somehow cheating?“I think it’s genius,” says Brian Jones, a 40-year-old single property manager from Seattle.About Yaro Yaro Starak is the author of the Blog Profits Blueprint, a report you can download instantly to learn how to make ,000 a month, from only blogging 2 hours per day.You can find Yaro on Facebook, Twitter and Google .