Auckland, New Zealand, June 10, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Dating Advice releases a free report packed with information designed to help newcomers and current online dating users for successful internet dating.
Denise Corlett, founder of Dating Advice, an Auckland based dating advice service, has just launched a free downloadable report entitled "Internet Dating can work". She compiled the report in response to being asked similar questions by clients and the media and her belief that the information would benefit the online dating community.
The dating industry is continuing to grow and reviewing the latest research on the trends over the next 5 years, particularly with regard to online dating, doesn’t suggest it is going to slow down...quite the opposite. There are different views on how effective and safe this method of meeting people is. However, some information suggests that 90% of online daters need to be writing better profiles and having better photos. Does that then suggest that 90% of people need some help?
Denise was recently interviewed about internet dating on TVNZ’s Breakfast show. “There is a lot you can do to keep yourself safe and improve your hit rate. What can be really useful is becoming aware of what you need to change in your own profile and trialling the suggested changes. You only get a short time to make an impression. Once you have caught someone’s eye, you then have to impress with what you say and how you respond, and also keep yourself safe. Learning and applying some basic principles in online dating can make the difference between being in the 90% or the 10%.”
Denise also provides a range of personalised dating advice services to those in the dating scene. These include coaching and programmes available face to face, by phone or email as well as specialist online dating assistance to improve online profiles and converse better and safely online.
To download a free copy of "Internet Dating can work" people can go to the website www.datingadvice.co.nz and click on the link for the Free report.
For more information, please contact:
Phone: +64 9 521 7449
Mobile: + 64 21 2626720
P.O. Box 87050, Meadowbank, Auckland 1742, New Zealand