"I was a bit nervous to watch the first video as I didn’t know what to expect, and feared it would be cringeworthy or aggressive. However, I was pleasantly surprised that the first profile I found was of a babely boy who talked with confidence and spoke about his hobbies, interests and what he was looking for in a woman. I caught myself smiling, while feeling a sense of relief (for him and I both!) that his vid was actually natural and organic and not rehearsed and strategic."
She Does the City shared a great post from the perspective of someone teetering between a Millennial and Gen X.
"If you identify with Drake more than Bieber and remember what it was like to write school papers without the help of Google – or a computer, for that matter –chances are, you’re an aging millennial."
Shespoke magazine recently shared an article about the shortcomings of current online dating options, and their inability to put the user first.
"The creators at Zepeel have refined the technology we are already overtly familiar with and eliminated what makes other apps frustrating, potentially alienating and/or unsafe to offer up a complete user-focused experience that allows you to build a legitimate connection with someone online with the intention to support you with fun, yet safe, features as you branch to an offline romance."
We can’t help but thinking the warmer weather is soon to come - rain or shine, there is always a creative way to inspire your love life in Toronto, and we’re here to help. In the case that you need a hand kicking your spring dating in motion, here is a list of our Top Ten Toronto Day Dates for you to enjoy.
Earlier this month, Jess hosted a Facebook Live broadcast in partnership with our new dating app, Zepeel. She shares fun, practical and effective tips to make online dating more effective. Give it read and be sure to check out her blog for the video to accompany this post.
Meghan Young, touches on the inability to connect organically through most dating apps, and how video profiles can reveal more of your true character.
More often than not you may find yourself sitting alone on a Friday night thinking about happy couples that you know, while simultaneously wondering what’s wrong with you –and why you are the only one of your friends who’s still single.More often than not you may find yourself sitting alone on a Friday night thinking about happy couples that you know, while simultaneously wondering what’s wrong with you –and why you are the only one of your friends who’s still single.