The Globe got an eMakeover, shouldn't you?

A few weeks back the eFlirt Expert met with a Boston Globe reporter to give her Facebook profile a makeover. Here's a quick excerpt from the article that ran in today's paper:

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"When online dating coach Laurie Davis saw my Facebook profile, she winced. She tried to hide it
with a polite smile and a demure toss of her shiny hair. But the damage was done.

 

“What’s wrong with it?’’ I said.

“The photo,’’ she sighed.

It was a snapshot of me, looking rumpled and grinning toothily, with a friend from school. It wasn’t flattering, and the crop was weird, Davis explained. And you should never have a friend in your profile picture - particularly not one who is attractive.

“A profile is a personal marketing campaign,’’ she said. “If you went online and saw a newly launched product with bad photos, you would just close the page. You wouldn’t wink at it. You wouldn’t buy it.’’

 

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It's so true! Your photos are so important to your online profile, as we've already discussed in the past. But there's so much more than that! The way you phrase a sentence or the wrong adjective here and there could totally turn someone off to you, or worse — attract the wrong kind of person. Let me help! Don't worry, your profile will still totally be you, just the best version of you. E-mail me about an eMakeover today!