The Ultimate Online Dating Guide: Secrets of How Savvy Women Find Great Matches

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - 147 стор.
What Makes The Ultimate Online Dating Book Different from Other Books on this Subject? The Ultimate Online Dating Guide: Secrets of How Savvy Women Find Great Matches has a unique twist that sets this book apart from others of its type. Ms. MacGowan came to the conclusion that many of the shortcomings that exist in Internet dating can be resolved by using proven business techniques from the recruiting and hiring of workers. Her skills in attracting the right mate or the right talent are enhanced with extensive background in human resource and skills as a journalist. The Ultimate Online Dating Guide modifies the recruitment tools from business into an easy-to-use guide for "recruiting, selecting and managing" great Internet dates. Why Does The Ultimate Online Dating Book use this Approach?

These techniques are shown to be easily adaptable to dating and relationships. They dramatically increase the odds of finding a great match while having an enjoyable, interesting and safe dating experience. The Ultimate Online Dating Guide coaches readers through a step-by-step process of self-discovery that defines what's important to them in a great Internet date and to naturally attract and choose men who share their interests, values, attitudes and personality traits.

Ms. MacGowan teaches readers basic principles of advertising and writing. Strategies for finding and choosing men (recruiting and selection) are extensively covered. How to analyze men's behavior to choose the best matches draws on how recruiters analyze human behavior to find the best workers.

The Internet is quickly becoming one of the best ways of meeting new dates. Its rapid growth proves that it's not only acceptable but also preferable. Women can broaden their visibility and meet men they wouldn't otherwise have had an opportunity to meet. It's increasingly important to get the right man's attention for successful dating because there are now millions of men browsing these ads. However, women need to learn how to use this wonderful new resource correctly to fully reap its benefits. Internet dating without sound back-up principles can be compared to buying an item on eBay without knowing how to compare prices, assess an item's quality or knowing the strategies of bidding.

The Ultimate Online Dating Book Women Approach to Internet Dating

After the self-discovery process, the reader develops her ad using her interests in the headline to attract men who share these interests. But many women have trouble with creative writing. Ms. MacGowan shows them how to use advertising headlines from women's magazines to construct an appealing, attention-grabbing headline that attracts men. Ms. MacGowan includes examples of well-written ads for the reader to use as models.

A great photo attracts. Tips that get results are covered as well as how to "read" men's photos. The reader also learns how to organize her email responses so she won't get her correspondents mixed up. Next is the advantage of creating "canned" responses that guide her in what to say about herself. She sees them as a timesaver that will provide consistency to her responses to men's emails.

"Strip 'em Naked Questions, or Finding the Man beneath the Facade" is an unusual approach to analyzing men's responses. Each serious of questions, there are over 100 to choose from, begins with a hard-hitting discussion of what a woman should think about when she reads, and later, hears a man's answer. She'll learn if he has attitude, personality or behavior problems.

Now it's time to learn about "problem" personality types. There are 16 whimsical personalities to avoid, which are described. A practice session reading and critiquing men's ads ties it nicely together in "The Devil's in the Emales, You've Got Tails."

Let's conduct a "telephone interview"! Recruiters do this using prepared questions. In this chapter, Ms. Mac

 

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Chapter 1 Would You Like Fries With That Burger? or Knowing What You Want Before You Order
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Chapter 2 Selling Yourself So to Speak Personal Ads that Get Results
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Chapter 3 Are You a Picasso or a Monet? Painting a Great Picture of You
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Making Sure Theyre Good Ones
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Its Hard to Believe But Even the Post Office Has a System For Organizing Mail
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? Asking the Right Questions
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Chapter 7 Liquor is Quicker But Emails Can Be Loaded Too
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Chapter 8 Telemarketing Can Be Fun Is He Breathing? or Just a Heavy Breather?
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Did You Strike a Match?
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Appendix I
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Appendix II
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Appendix III
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Appendix IV
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Appendix V
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Appendix VI
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About the Author
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Minimizing the Jitters
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Suzanne MacGowan has been meeting great men on the Internet for years. As a highly successful human resources executive, Ms. MacGowan came to the conclusion that many of the shortcomings that exist in Internet dating can be resolved by using proven business techniques from the recruiting and hiring of workers. She quickly saw the distinct similarities between what makes a good match, whether it's for jobs or dating, because the primary elements are the same. "The Ultimate Online Dating Guide: Secrets of How Savvy Women Find Great Matches modifies the recruitment tools from business into an easy-to-use guide for identifying, recruiting and managing great Internet dates.

Ms. MacGowan developed the book's approach, first for her own use, then for her friends. Their excitement over her techniques led to this book. Ms. MacGowan also presents Great Match seminars, provides individual coaching and has a website for the company she founded, YourGreatMatch.com.

Ms. MacGowan started her career with a Journalism degree and worked in advertising, writing radio spots. She decided to go back to school and get a master's degree in public administration with an emphasis in human resources management. She has over 20 years as a human resources executive. It's been one of her many responsibilities to orchestrate the hiring of people at many levels, from executives to clerks, at major companies.

Ms. MacGowan has worked at Toyota, Mitsubishi Motors, Security Pacific Bank, Sony Entertainment, First Interstate Bank, and other companies. She taught human resources classes at Keller Graduate School and developed and taught numerous business training classes. She also developed advertising copy at aradio station in Minnesota. Ms. MacGowan has published several poems, human resources articles, and written numerous business proposals to "sell" her ideas.

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