These untrained relationship experts aka spokesmodels aka marketing reps can be found dispensing advice and cross-selling product all over the web.
At Your Tango and at e Harmony and Plenty of Fish, each pushes out advice articles.
But you imagine a bridge you each are building toward each other, from opposite banks, right?
What if I told you that you were side by side, building the bridge in the same direction together? * (not verbatim quote, as it would be torture to listen to again.)It is difficult, but not impossible, to find objective information, critical commentary, or shared files of the ebook or videos online.
Its owners claim to have made 0 million telling women what they’re doing wrong.“10 Ugly Mistakes” began appearing at the bottom of my gmail several years ago, and, as was its intent, registered in my peripheral vision as “women are ugly mistakes,” which, in fact, is the subtext for all of Catch Him and Keep Him’s earnest just-trying-to-save-you-from-yourself products.
Three closely intertwined, alliteratively named entities have cornered the fear-based market in matters of the heart and converted it into cold hard cash: Christian Carter (Catch Him, Inc.), Rori Raye (Have the Relationship You Want, Inc.), and David De Angelo (Double Your Dating).
Now the brands are umbrella’d under Amare, Inc., which describes itself on Linked In as an entirely virtual company, its domains registered to yet another alliteratively named entity, Thom Tessandori.
My take is that De Angelo wrote marketing copy for a living, was good at it, realized there was big bucks in the PUA community to be raked from desperate-to-get-laid guys.Customers are buying a shame-based product, one that shames them for their shortcomings, and then brings on a shame hangover for having fallen for the pitch.Organized protest would be like an uprising of the penis-enhancement market; no one wants to self-identify.Install adblocker, clear your cookies, it doesn’t matter; they’ll be back.The ads point to the Catch Him and Keep Him website.It is almost impossible to remember what he actually says.