From Engaging Tweets to an eHarmony Engagement

By Laurie Davis, Founder

credit: VMIX Media (FlicOne of my favorite things to do is give singles advice in 140 characters. It’s been a constant for me over the years, so it's close to my heart.

So while I often talk about our clients’ relationships — or recently, readers who met their right click using the advice in my book — today’s success story is from … well … one of you. He’s a Twitter follower, a blog reader and a newsletter subscriber who may have never invested dollars in our advice, but did invest a lot of time and energy into taking our words on the virtual page to heart.

Hi Laurie,

This may seem weird, since I never was a client of yours, but I felt like I needed to share this story with you. About 3 years ago, my fiance decided she no longer wanted to get married. (That's the saddest part of this story, but it needed to set-up the rest.)

Working in Boston, I ended up running into a wonderful fashion consultant named Emmi Sorokin. I worked with her a bit to help get my mojo back. Then I went to her website launch party and met really great guy by the name of Thomas Edwards (I think you know him...). Between their blogs & Twitter posts, I was "knocking the rust off" and getting back into the dating scene.

Suddenly this "eFlirtExpert" showed up in my Twitter feed, and she had equally awesome posts. In fact, I even won a free dating profile makeover, but never used it.

Let's fast forward to December of 2012: I take advantage of eHarmony's Free Weekend. Connect with a girl, exchange messages, and go on a date a week later. It wasn't love at first sight, but I knew it was something special.

So special, that I'm excited to say I'm proposing tomorrow, and I'm 100% sure she'll say yes.

Like I said, I was never a client, but your advice is priceless - I can only imagine how great your services are!

Thank you for all the great stuff, and I'll always recommend you to my friends!

His email gave me chills and thrills … and I hope it gives you still-singles hope, too. Of course, she said YES! Congrats to him and his fiancé! We could not be more thrilled for their lifetime of love to come. 

Ironically, eHarmony’s Free Communication Weekend is going on again now. If you're still single, what are you waiting for? Three days may not seem like much, but it could be the chance to meet your One, too.