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This means your actual content must be fantastic, but that factors such as content length and frequency of optimistic words and placement of humor snippets are also crucial.
I agree wholeheartedly; however, that doesn’t mean you can rely on a tag cloud of positive terms like she showed.
She recently gave a TED Talk on the same subject, which is pretty darn entertaining.
But of course, being an online dating coach with lots of experience and strong opinions, I have to pick apart her approach and warn you away from the aspects I think might harm you more than they help you. I appreciate that Amy likens online dating to the traditional Schadchen, or Jewish matchmaker.
The devil really is in the details; referencing specifics paints an emotional picture for the reader; it humanizes you; it makes strangers want to get to know you better.