Have you ever felt discouraged by online dating?
Be honest with me here for a moment.
Sure, online dating can be a great way to meet people — if you know what you’re doing.
But to those who don’t, it can seem like a frustrating way to find true love and happiness.
So let me ask you if any of these scenarios sound familiar:
- Have you ever posted a profile that got ignored by the men you wanted to meet?
- Have you ever written to ten men in a row and gotten rejected by all of them?
- Have you ever had potential dates disappear in the middle of emailing you?
- Have you ever spent time getting to know someone who turned out to be a liar?
- Have you ever felt like a victim of age discrimination?
- Have you ever wondered how only the wrong men seem to contact you, yet the right ones never do?
- Have you ever felt that this takes way too much time and effort for the results you get?
If you’ve ever encountered any of these frustrating situations, and have wanted to discover the simplest and most effective path to finding love and happiness online, then this is going to be the most important letter you will ever read.
My name is Evan Marc Katz, and in the next few minutes I’m going to show you why you no longer need to agonize over bad online dating experiences.
Specifically, I’m going to reveal the 5-part formula to knowing exactly what the opposite sex is thinking, and how you can use this knowledge to create the happy, healthy relationship you’ve always dreamed about!
Furthermore, I’m going to invite you to accept a valuable package of my never-before-revealed strategies and online dating secrets that have created HUNDREDS of happy relationships over the past 7 years, completely risk-free and without obligation.
Here’s what this is all about:
I wish I could tell you that I was a smooth and successful online dating expert from the get-go. I wish I could tell you that it was EASY figuring out my tested and proven online dating system.
Well, let me tell you… I was no online Casanova in the beginning… and it was no walk in the park to become a nationally recognized dating coach.
No, I learned online dating the HARD way…
Back in 1997-1998, I was a single, struggling screenwriter living in Los Angeles.
And like a lot of people, I was not particularly comfortable going out to bars and clubs, approaching strange women.
Even though I was pretty social, the bar and club scene always made me feel like some sort of trapeze artist walking the tightrope, or an actor playing a part onstage.
It didn’t feel authentic, genuine, or substantial. And the chances of meeting someone worthwhile on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood where I live seemed far and few between.
Maybe you’ve come to a similar realization yourself, but all I know is that it’s HARD to meet someone in “real life”.
We have our small lives: our circle of married friends, our work colleagues, a few single people, and that’s it. Clubs are for kids. Set-ups are rarely useful. And while it’s nice to say, “I want to meet someone organically, where our eyes meet, so I can feel chemistry”, that simply doesn’t happen very often.
How many times a year does it happen to you?
That’s why I was so encouraged by the idea of online dating.
Because in theory, online dating should be like a gift from the gods.
Because you can…
Take your time to construct a profile that is genuinely you, filled with your natural personality and positive characteristics…
Pick, screen, and meet only those people who interest you…
Quickly and easily revitalize your dating life without a lot of money or effort…
It should have worked for me like gangbusters — but for some reason, it didn’t…
Not at first anyway.
In fact, those first few years were filled with so much despair and rejection, I almost threw in the towel and gave up on online dating forever.
That’s right. Despair. Rejection. Failure. I know you’ve felt it. I have, too.
So when I say, “I understand what you’re going through,” I’m not just saying it for effect.
Everything I’m about to share with you is something I’ve done wrong myself — multiple times — for nearly ten years!
You want to talk about failure? During my online dating experience…
I was ignored.
I was dumped.
I was stood up.
I was cheated on.
I was told there’s no chemistry.
I was told “good luck” at the end of the date.
I was insulted – by email, IM, phone and in person.
I was on dates with women who were absolutely NOTHING like they made themselves out to be on their profiles…
I’m surprised I never got a singing telegram that shot pepper spray in my face!
At one point, after an exceptionally horrible date, I seriously considered going back to the bar, club, and setup scene.
It was that bad.
And I was that frustrated.
And yet I kept on dating
I kept on rewriting my profile every year.
I kept on taking new photos every year.
I kept on trying new websites each time one got stale.
I kept on brushing off the negativity after each bad date.
And most importantly, I kept the faith that there was a likeminded person out there.
It wasn’t easy. All I knew was that if I quit, I would have no dating options at all.
Sure, it’s hard to keep a positive attitude. But, seriously, what other choice do you have?
So let’s get one thing straight: online dating can be a chore.
You might think I’m crazy to offer you advice on something that has done so little for you. That’s fair. I’d probably feel the same way if I were you.
But let me tell you from experience…
Online dating is the ONLY way to get dates that puts such a large degree of control in your hands. It puts you in the driver’s seat of your love life. It gives YOU the power to create the love, happiness, and fulfillment you deserve.
But only when you know what you’re doing.
You see, like anything else in life, the only way you’ll discover true success with online dating is either by making all the mistakes possible and learning from them, or bypassing all the garbage by learning from someone who’s been there already.
So the question becomes, would you rather follow a proven blueprint to dating success? Or would you rather continue floundering in the singles scene, trying to get setup through your friends, and looking for your perfect match at bars and lounges?
Do you want control over your love life?
Or are you content to let the chips fall where they may?