Once in, users aren’t just encouraged to focus on their professional life, and profiles have a heavy focus on travel.
Singles are asked to share their favourite cities in the world as well as update other members with their upcoming holiday plans.
They can afford to off-load the things they don't have time to do themselves." One such woman is Monica Astley. The whole thing was stressful," says the 40-ish New Yorker.
"I work a lot, and so does everyone here in our open-plan office. So she hired Laurie Davis, of e Flirt Experts, dropping $225 for a profile makeover, ghostwritten e-mails, and advice. "It's your salary, your financial information—someone else just writes it up for you, and you approve it," she says.
He said: “I do think that ‘opposites attract’ but in the end what people do want is to meet like-minded people.“And it is working- because we get baby cards every week in the office from people thanking us for bringing them together.“We even have a ‘baby card’ wall!