Are You STILL Using Adjectives In Your Online Dating Profile?

The 6 Things You Simply MUST Do ASAP to be an Online Dating Rockstar

Wednesday, August 19th, 8PM ET / 5PM PT

Join me, Evan Marc Katz, your Personal Trainer for Love, on this FREE teleseminar as I give away some of my greatest online dating advice, and show you how to get incredible results out of this often-frustrating medium.

You’ll Learn:

* Why it’s so important to eliminate all adjectives from your profile. (Yes, the same exact one you’re currently using to describe yourself!)

* The one secret to online dating photos that makes you more likeable, approachable and successful.

* Why restricting yourself to only 5% of the online dating population (which is what most people do) is a poor strategy for your internet dating success…

* How consistency is more important than intensity, and how 20 minutes of dating a day can change your life.

* A surefire technique to dealing with rejection and frustration, and still remain optimistic about attracting an amazing partner.

* The 2/2/2 rule – my secret for effortlessly moving from email to the phone to the real life date – just by understanding the needs of the opposite sex!

Click here to register for this fun and informative phone call!

Special bonus to those who stick around until the end…

Have a great weekend.

Your friend,

Evan

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    Diana

    Yes, adjectives are great when used sparingly in the right way and place. I have dabbled as a freelance writer and I was given one piece of advice: make careful usage of adjectives.

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