It’s been said that the average consumer is like a mouse when it comes to the way they respond to marketing.
It’s for the alumni and students of all the other stellar schools. Perhaps you are seeking chemistry – of the intelligent variety?
This site may be for you if reading in bed is a goal.
The company was slapped with lawsuits alleging discrimination, and in New Jersey — the company settled, and promised to include the gays.
And thus Compatible Partners, the gay love child of an anti-discrimination lawsuit in New Jersey, was born. In an interview with CEO and founding investor of e Harmony, Greg Waldorf, 365Gay writer Kate X Messer learned that the company wants to make amends with the gay community.“The bad feelings that may have existed in the past — from the gay community to e Harmony — I hope, over time, will dissipate,” Waldorf said.
And those relationships are what is leading to the clients and sales I’m looking for.
You can hear how my perspective about real estate marketing has changed on this episode of Onion Juice.
In 2000, we started seeing commercials about an internet dating service that helps folks find true love through a “Compatibility Matching System.” It’s patented, and oh-so-scientific.
The site’s founder, Neil Clark Warren, based the system on his experience as a psychologist, where, evidently, he did not encounter any gays.“It’s what I did for 40 years,” Warren told the .
We’ve all felt the uncomfortable pressure of an unwanted marketing pitch, right?