If you've decided it's time to hire a dating professional, your first step is to think about what you want to get out of the experience and what you're looking for.
These factors will influence the type of service you choose.
The industry also has garnered a little free publicity with the help of popular TV shows, such as Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker.""People are more and more aware of it as a resource," said Clampitt. It's been a very, very healthy industry."The rules Matchmakers, of course, argue that their services are more effective than other dating methods.
They personally screen their clients, so it's impossible for people to lie about their age or physical appearance, an oft-parodied danger of online dating.
With all the ways to meet women, it can be both a blessing and a curse at the same time.
Personal matchmaking also seems to be recession-proof.
Who are these people that work with experts in the areas of love? The rejects of society that need to hire a professional to help them get a date? The online daters that are not suited for our service are easy to identify. If you fall into the category of one of our typical clients, I strongly recommend not wasting any more time online and give us a call at Lunch Dates.
Anyone who’s tried online dating will enthusiastically agree there’s more than a fair share of those people on the internet.
As the industry matures, more clarity will be given to consumers about what types of services are out there, which in turn will enable people to research and select the most suitable option(s) more appropriately, leading to improved experiences and ultimately success in finding a partner.
Once someone has selected their service of choice, how can we, as an industry optimise their experience?