It worked: His client met a match, though the relationship fizzled after a month.
RELATED: TRENDING LIFE & STYLE NEWS THIS HOUR"His whole rationale was that he wanted to get to the part where he could meet in person as quickly as possible and that the messaging was a big time suck," Hirsch said.It may have been written by Lisa Hoehn, New York-based founder and CEO of Profile Polish, and author of "You Probably Shouldn't Write That: Tips and Tricks for Creating an Online Dating Profile that Doesn't Suck."After conducting in-depth interviews with her clients and choosing and editing photos for their pages, she creates their profiles.Each week, she does between four and 10 profiles, and work has been steady since she launched her business in August 2013."A profile is your way to get your foot in the door with a potential match," Hoehn said."If you've already set up a date with someone from an online dating site, compare their facts and photos on Facebook.See if you have friends in common and call your real-life friends to find out more about your date. It's a netiquette no-no to friend a date on Facebook in advance of or after a first date. Remember, you're courting, not stalking," she says.While a site catered to climbers, bikers, skiers, and kite surfers would be welcome worldwide, with growth could come cost.Keshian told The Gazette in Colorado Springs that once the 10,000 user mark is eclipsed, a fee-based model would be warranted.Luv is open to everyone and free to join, but the dating site – which requires users to disclose their craziest outdoor adventure, favorite outdoor activity, and a bucket list – is focused on making matches in and around its Denver home.According to Mike Keshian, CEO of Luv Byrd, the plan is to cultivate a strong following within the Rocky Mountain State and expand the business westward before canvassing the country."Facebook is emerging as the world's largest dating site," says Julie Spira, online dating expert. It's called social dating and it's here to stay." Meeting on Facebook and social dating tips Spira says: "From typing in their name in a search, to looking up former college sweethearts, and chatting with friends-of-friends while at an airport, singles are meeting on Facebook." But despite the ease of connections, Spria advocates caution."Start off by listing your relationship status as 'Single'on your profile. Before you start friending potential mates on Facebook, start by checking their relationship status.