Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Date Went Straight Down the Toilet

Written by Grant Jameson, Guest Blogger of Love Kudos
Edited by Lauren K.

I used to have a rule: Never bail on a date. Now, obviously I would never use the old “let me just powder my nose for a minute” routine, because, a) I’m not a horrible human being, and b) I don’t carry a compact with me. By “bailing,” I instead mean cutting a date short at a convenient moment by skipping dessert after dinner or opting not to go out for drinks after a movie. My rule basically meant that I would stick with a date for as long as the girl wanted to let it go because, hey, it could always lead to sex, or, more importantly, it could always lead to a good story.

However, my date with Kat (not her real name, for reasons soon to be clear) taught me better. I should have seen many signs telling me to punch out at the first available moment. Even before the date, there was the last-minute notification that her friend was with her, and then the sudden change of location from Red River to **shudder** Dirty 6th Street.

Makeovers Don't Have to Be Extreme

Written by Lauren K. and Lindsay K. of Love Kudos
Love Kudos is at your service.

Online profiles inevitably are meant to be public, but why do some people have a hard time asking others to look their profiles over? Your friends and family may in fact know you better than you know yourself. I am not suggesting they write your essays, but you might want them to weigh in on your pictures and your "About Me" section. The end goal for most people with online dating is to find a husband or wife, so swallow your pride and get a profile review today. I recommend that you ask a friend of the opposite sex to check it out, because they know more or less what their gender is looking for when they browse through hundreds of profiles out there. However, not everyone has a friend they trust implicitly to be honest and thorough with the editing.

Now, if you are still uncomfortable with your close loved ones editing or critiquing your profile, contact Love Kudos. We will look at your profile objectively and for less than the cost of two months of a membership, you can have a revamped, much improved profile that will generate more responses. If you are not getting at least a 50% response rate from the emails you send out with your online dating site, you need to revisit your profile and the messages you are sending out. We guarantee you will increase your response rate and be receiving more emails from quality people after our profile review. Remember, Love Kudos' mission is to help you embrace love like you have never been hurt before.

This was from the JDate Blog ...

The other day a female friend of mine who had recently joined JDate asked me to take a look at her profile in order to potentially identify any areas that she could change or improve. While I am far from an authority on what people should put in their profile I did agree to take a look at hers since I have a pretty good idea of what the average male is looking for when he reads through a woman’s profile. Unfortunately, the problem I encountered during this process was that I already think my friend is great and know pretty much everything about her, which ultimately caused me to read through her profile with rose colored glasses on.
However just because I wasn’t able to give a particularly helpful assessment of my friend’s profile doesn’t mean that having someone with a different perspective read over your profile isn’t a good idea.
There you have it, even JDate recommends having multiple people review your profile in order for you to put your best foot forward. Essay editing, profile review, and photo sessions are all part of our online dating service options.   This summer, we will offer a special discount of 25% to the first three people that sign up for a profile critique, starting on tomorrow, June 23rd. You can purchase services directly from the site.

 Update Profile (25% off) - Summer Special $48.75

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Friday, June 10, 2011

Fine Wine and Age Range in Dating

Written by Lauren K. of Love Kudos

Welcome back! Have you forgotten about Love Kudos? -  Become a fan of Love Kudos on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and join the conversation. Also, if you have a love issue, don't forget to write a letter to Love Kudos to ask about your love quandary. We are here for you. Dating etiquette services and more.

I have always expected men and women to be like fine wine, where we get better in time, with a peak of greatness in our 30's professionally, physically, and mentally. However, I have recently discovered that this is a false assumption that needs to be reconciled.

My parents, sister, and friends have all stated that I should be dating older men because they are more mature and know what they want. However, I can unequivocally say that age is a simply a number.  It is about your phase in life and what experiences you have encountered before you meet. 

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