Do You Want to Find Your Soulmate Now?

Just wanted to tell you about a few big things going on now.

First of all, I want to thank you – for two things.

1) This blog, which is just under 4 years old, hit a milestone today. For the first time ever, we have received over 100,000 visits in the past month. For a site with no partners, sponsors, SEO or Google Adwords strategy, that’s absolutely remarkable. And it’s all because of you – your questions, your comments, and your enthusiasm for this material.

2) I’m thrilled to say that your voice has been heard loud and clear on the About.com Readers Choice Awards. However, I know the other candidates are mobilizing their friends and readers to vote for them as we speak. And since you can vote every single day until March 8th, I’d appreciate you winning this contest for all of us by clicking on these two links:

Vote for Evan Marc Katz, Dating Coach for Best Dating Blog.

Vote for “Why He Disappeared” for Best Dating Book.

Finally, you may have seen the ad on the right sidebar about the Ultimate Soulmate Summit. If you haven’t clicked on it, you probably should. It’s pretty amazing stuff for both men and women, singles and couples. 21 of the worlds leading love experts are coming together online to guide you through a step-by-step program to magnetize the love of your life. Better yet, it’s absolutely FREE.

You’ll learn first-hand from experts like Dr. John Gray, Debbie Ford, Neale Donald Walsh, Gay & Kathlyn Hendricks, Katherine Woodward Thomas, Christian Carter and more.

If you’ve ever heard me quote another authority in my newsletters or Why He Disappeared, it’s quite likely that she is a part of the Soulmate Summit.

Dr. Pat Allen? Check. Lori Gottlieb? Check. Dr. Helen Fisher? Check. Alison Armstrong? Check.

Never before have so many experts in the field of dating and relationships gathered in one place to help you discover exactly what you need to do to overcome the barriers that are keeping you from attracting the love of your life. So whether you’re in a relationship or not, you can get something tangible out of the Soulmate Summit.

Never before have so many experts in the field of dating and relationships gathered in one place to help you discover exactly what you need to do to overcome the barriers that are keeping you from attracting the love of your life.

The event began on Monday with Marianne Williamson and continued Tuesday with Carol Allen. Tonight, Helen Fisher, author of “Why We Love” and creator of Chemistry.com will talk about brain chemistry and love – one of my favorite subjects. And did I mention that this is all FREE? Because it is. Every call streams live and remains on a website for 24 hours for you to download and listen.

And if you enjoy any of the varied speakers and their one-hour interviews, you can upgrade to purchase the entire series via digital download or via CD/transcript. It’s really amazing stuff and I’m very honored to have been invited to speak. My interview, for what it’s worth, airs on Sunday, February 20th.

If you enjoy this blog and want to learn more about relationships from some of the world’s greatest authorities (and yours truly!), click here to register.

Can’t wait to see you there. By the way, I’m doing online dating stuff because, apparently, John Gray doesn’t know too much about it… :-)

Warmest wishes and much love,

Your friend,

Evan

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    Annie

    Heheh…I like the reminder about your competition. Is this your intensly competative spirit coming out?

    Looks like we are all still voting for you. Good luck!!

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