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Love at First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Dating Paperback – January 8, 2013
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“Laurie’s practical, straightforward approach breaks down the entire online dating process from A to Z. Laurie will help you get the relationship you want.” (Brian Schechter, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of HowAboutWe.com)
“Love @ First Click is a must-read for online daters. Laurie skillfully edu-tains us in this fresh and insightful guide. I have now made this book required reading for my clients.” (Paul Carrick Brunson co-host of Lovetown USA)
“Love @ First Click is chock full of essential advice that's perfect for the online dating virgin and veteran, both of whom will find some essential tips that will lead to a successful online dating experience. A must read for all singles looking for love online!” (Meir Strahlberg CEO of Date.com)
“Laurie's book shows readers how to stand out online, and reminds us that great love may be just a click away.” (Andrea Syrtash author of He's Just Not Your Type (And That's a Good Thing) and Cheat On Your Husband (Wi)
“Love @ First Click provides step-by-step instruction to build fruitful online dating relationships that translate into long-lasting love.” (Tiffanie L. Davis Henry, PhD, co-host of "All About Sex" on TLC Relationship Expert and Certified Sex Therapist)
“iDating can be frustrating if you don't know what you're doing. Love @ First Click will give you great insight on how to get the most out of your experience, and get far better results. We recommend it.” (Mark Brooks and Irena Brooks editors of Online Personals Watch)
“Online dating can be a great way to meet your match...or a confusing and painful process. With compassion and fun, Laurie Davis shows you how to feel confident and happy while online dating, and how to make it an exciting and fulfilling part of your love life.” (Jessica Massa, author, and Rebecca Wiegand, co-creator, of The Gaggle: How to Find Love in the Post-Dating World)
“New to online dating? Get this book and make it your bible. An experienced online dater? Get this book and make it your reference guide. Seriously, there’s that much good stuff in it!” (The Miracle Journal)
About the Author
Laurie Davis is the founder of eFlirt Expert, an online dating consultancy. Fusing her personal dating successes with her Fortune 500 marketing experience, she now helps singles navigate the intersection of dating and technology. Since launching her firm, Laurie has worked with hundreds of clients one-on-one. She lives in New York City and Boston.
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The book also covers online messaging, texting, and the first few dates. If you get nervous or just want advice on how long to generally make a message (etc), it's helpful. For the price, I'd buy it again just for the confidence boost.
"However, there are too many references to stilettos and specific gadgets. The easy, breezy, cool girl about the city voice didn't resonate with me, and product placement mentions are off putting. I realize that this is part of trying to convey a certain vibe, but I just found it irritating".
Being an introvert there were a lot of suggestions that didn't appeal to me either. I'm not one to go all out to impress someone, I like to keep it real and be relaxed when I meet someone for the first time. I don't fully buy into the whole first impressions hype, sometimes they can be misleading. Shinny on the outside, rotten on the inside.
The "working" it atmosphere of the book doesn't fit my personality or style either and I feel she didn't address or give suggestions for the different personality types that are out there. At least a few would of been helpful.
The book is more geared towards women and men who live a certain life style, are extremely social, extroverted and work in the white collar corporate world. Which is fine if we all lived like that.
Over all it was a well thought out book but for a certain type and group of people. It just fell short of my expectations and I don't think it will appeal to people who don't live the "Sex in the City" life style.