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Nowadays everything in life is about success, about having a successful career, living a successful life, doing your best, getting the best, and ultimately, giving your best. Now, when it comes to matters of the heart, the subject is ever more so sensitive. In the forever changing world of dating, how can you decide which way to go, to avoid heartbreak and  disappointments? Here are my 5 tips to avoid just that.


1.Get Your Ducks in the Row

Make sure that you’re ready to enter the battle field, especially if you haven’t dated in a while. When we’ve just recently broken up, often times the first thing we do is to dive head first into dating, hoping that a new squeeze will help us forget the pain. Sometimes we’re lucky and end up on a rebound, where we take more than we give and most likely we end up hurting someone else. But more often than not we end up making many many attempts to secure dates with many many people, attempts that typically lead nowhere. Why? Because our needy vibe is a red flag to people. Give yourself time to heal, be that 3 months, 6 months or more. Love yourself first.



2. Do Your Research

Once you’re ready, make sure you know which dating site is right for you. Whilst friends and acquaintances can recommend some, based on their experience, you’re better off reading up on all that’s important. Consumer review sites like are very helpful in this respect. Here I have a chat with Giancarlos Merced about the best dating sites and their specifics:


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Before we began our research, we decided on three factors that would help us determine what were the best sites for online dating: Match-making software, Features, and Memberships. For Match-making software, we looked beyond personality tests and instead studied their site algorithms that would quantify the sustainability of certain pairings based on comprehensive questionnaires. For features, we took into consideration sites that had fun experiences like virtual games and real-life meet-ups. Having a mobile version was also an important element along with premium options to enhance profiles and increase the chances of improved matchmaking. Finally, even though a lot of these sites had membership options, we gave more weight to sites that lowered your monthly fee the longer you used their service; i.e. one month subscription would set users back $40 per month but three month subscriptions would start at $25 per month.



There were a total of five staff members assigned to this complex research. The team was composed of editors, and writers that had a keen interest in finding out the complexities of how online dating sites actually worked. We used more than twenty sources, vetted eleven companies, which took a total of more than two hundred hours of research to complete.



To keep our research with the most up to date information in the industry, our team assigns members to revisit our selected websites and verify if anything about their features or language had changed. We do this on a constant basis, or even seasonally, too. We also look up main keywords associated with our selected sites to check for relevant trending topics that our readers might find interesting to know about.



Giancarlos and his team from are doing a wonderful job so that we’re not left to our own devices in the confusing world of online dating, but have a clear picture of what’s available and what our options are.



3. Be as Honest as Possible in Your Profile

Lying about your age and using outdated photos is counterproductive but it happens all the time, with both men and women. Use a combination of great and less than great recent photos, to show the real you. Photos are always deceiving, whether they show you at your best or worst. A combination of both can make the general picture more real. Regarding your age, a tiny bit of fibbing is all right. For example, if you just turned 40 and you put yourself down as 39 and 1/2 in order to fall into a certain category, that’s more than acceptable.



4. Be Clear About Your Values

The first thing we encounter when we start exchanging messages with a potential date is the sporadic and often unreliable pattern of communication. This should be a red flag from the get go. If dating is not high on their priority list, or meeting and knowing you does not seem to be a priority and they often quote work and personal life issues ( parents visiting, sister being ill, etc.) as their excuse then you’re no more than an occasional pastime. Don’t play along. Life is short and there are plenty of fish in the sea.



5. Don’t Jump to Conclusions

It’s often the butterflies in the stomach that override any other feeling or clear judgement that can lead to our greatest disappointment.  Keep in mind that a date is just a date, it’s not yet a relationship and it won’t be for a good while or maybe never. Don’t call your date your boyfriend or girlfriend straight away and don’t talk about wanting kids on the first date, even if you feel an undeniable connection. Give things time.

All in all, date on your own terms. Value yourself, value your time, your own being, be careful with early compromises and never forget to love and respect yourself first. Good luck.




Guest blog written by:

Jason Lee

Professional Dating Site Reviewer

Our Best Online Dating Sites


What’s the very first thing you look at when you’re browsing through online dating matches? Their hobbies? Their profession? Nope. If we’re all being honest, the first thing that we always look at is someone’s pictures. We have to know if they’re a cutie with a booty or someone who scares little children and incites panic with only a glare.

While this may seem shallow, it’s the reality of the world we live in and our nature as humans. We can get over dating someone who likes knitting or works a dirty job, but we’d be hard-pressed to be able to date someone who we weren’t attracted to. This is why no matter how “not shallow” we are, we always look at the photos first.

You probably knew that already, but here’s what you may not have realized. If you’re doing this and we’re doing this, and all of our readers are doing this, then it means that everyone who is looking at your profile is doing this too. This means that your online dating photos are your first and possibly only chance to make a good impression on a potential match.

So, are your online dating photos up to par? Well, it only takes a few minutes of poking around any dating site to see that everyone (including you) needs some help. As a professional at writing online dating site reviews, I spend hours every day on multiple sites and…how do I put this gently…you should read this post at least twice.

To help you increase your online dating success, I’ve compiled the top five mistakes that I see with online dating photos. If you’re committing one of these cardinal sins, you’re hurting your chances of finding that special someone.


Your Photographer Should be Fired



If your dating photos look like they were taken with a potato for a camera, you’ve got issues. The first word that pops into a new matches head should not be “blurry.” When your photos are clear, it accomplishes a few things. First, it allows matches to get a better idea of what you look like. This means they’ll be able to make a more accurate judgement of whether they are attracted to you or not. If you’re blurring your photos on purpose to hide what you look like, you’re just setting yourself up for an awkward (and probably short) first date. We’ll leave that issue for another discussion, though.

Second, clear photos instill trust. If your pictures look like they’re hiding something, your potential match is going to think that you’re hiding something too. Invest the time to take a clear photo or get the help of a professional. Hint Hint.


You’re Not Telling Anything About You



online dating photosOnline dating profiles might seem like they’re packed full of information at first glance, but in reality, they’re relatively short. You have to convey who you are, how you operate, and what’s important to you in a relatively short amount of space. If you aren’t using your online dating photos to do this for you,

you’re making a mistake.

Do you like rock climbing? Show people with a photo! Like being outside? Don’t make all of your pictures be of you in front of a white wall in your living room. You don’t have to go crazy with this tip, but you should be aware of it. Plenty of your pictures can be “boring” but make sure that at least a few of them show that you’re more than just a face and a white wall.


You’re Compromising Your Security


If there is one blunder on this list that baffles me (and scares me) the most, it’s this one. You need to be aware of what you are showing in your pictures as well as what is in the background. I wish I were making this next story up, but it’s true. Over the years, I’ve been an avid online dater, and this is the single story that sticks out the most.

I had to message a girl one day because she had taken a picture of herself at work in front of her computer. Harmless, right? Well, she apparently did not realize that she had left her log-in information and her password for her work files on a sticky note attached to her computer where anyone looking at her profile could see them clear as day.

You HAVE to take some time and make sure that you aren’t releasing sensitive information in your photos. Make sure you don’t have phone numbers, the address on your house, street signs that show where you live, computer passwords, your work badge/ID, or anything else that has sensitive information that you don’t want everyone on the internet to see. Nurses…you’re the biggest culprits with your hospital ID badges or your branded scrubs. If you’re trying to get creepy guys or gals to show up at your work uninvited, that’s a great first step.


You’re not Bringing Your A-Game


How much effort do you put into taking pictures when you’re selling your car? You probably spend hours getting the car cleaned, vacuumed, and into the perfect lighting for its photo shoot. How much time and effort did you spend to take your online dating photos? Just grabbed a few from Facebook? Snapped a quick selfie with your webcam?

Finding someone to spend the rest of your life with should be a lot more important than how quickly you sell your car. You should be feeling pretty silly now if you’re not bringing your A-Game to the table with your pictures. Online dating is a straightforward process. The more effort you put in, the more you should hope to get in return. If you bring your C-Game, expect mediocre results. If you bring your A-Game, you can expect to get what you’re looking for.


You’re Not Putting in Any Effort


Does this mistake seem eerily similar to the last one? That’s because it is. It’s THAT important that we’re going to hammer it home again. Not only do you need to bring your best with your photos, but you need to put in effort continually. Been a few months since you started online dating? Take the time to take some new photos. Not getting the results you want? It’s time to add some new photos.

When you don’t put in any effort, it not only won’t pique the interest of any matches, but it’s going to convey that you’re lazy and you really aren’t serious about the process. If you want people to think you’re flaky regardless of whether you are or not, disregard this tip.


Putting It All Together


Remember, online dating is supposed to be fun and not feel like a chore. That being said, doing things the right way will help to ensure you have a much better experience. It’s kind of like Halloween. It’s a night that’s supposed to be all fun and no work. However, the more work that you put into your costume before the night, the bigger splash you’re going to make and the more fun you’re going to have. There’s nothing wrong with approaching fun things with a degree of effort and seriousness.

If you’re not sure if you’re doing things the right way, I’m going to make a suggestion. Get in touch with the awesome people here at Brand You Max and let them help. If we were talking about something silly like finding a new rug for your bathroom, I would say just wing it. But we’re talking about finding someone who may have a lasting impact on the rest of your life. If that’s not worth a little bit of seriousness and some help from an expert, we have different priorities.


Nowadays, image is everything. Your online image, including your dating profile is out there to be admired, shunned or criticised. With Valentines Day over and for those of you still searching, we had a quick look at what people choose, what traits we favour in dating profiles, above all.


1. We Choose Beautiful

Much as they say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I think  we can all agree on the following points. We like to look at photos of people who are well groomed, who have a nice smile, who preferably look into the camera, don’t wear sunglasses, don’t do bathroom selfies and are preferably clothed. This really isn’t too much to ask. And yet, more often than not, our experiences are, sadly, the total opposite.


2. We Choose Funny

The second most sought after trait is a sense of humour. Laughing help us connect, bond and gel, till we turn serious and meaningful. Not having a sense of humour, or having the wrong sense of humour and by wrong I mean offensive, lacking taste and decency is for most of us a big no-n0


3. We Choose Honest

No, we don’t mean somebody who says, “honest” in their every second sentence. It’s more about a sense we get from reading what they write about themselves. We’re surrounded by so much falseness in our daily lives, finding somebody that appears to be honest (until proven otherwise) is a true aphrodisiac.


4. We Choose Confident

Yes, we choose confident as opposed to arrogant. We all like people who are blissfully sure of themselves and inspire confidence in others. They are a pleasure to be around. They are a magnet to others. Confidence is one of the highest sought after traits that we’d like to have. We get educated, we train, we take courses, we meditate, we become speakers, all this to gain, to strengthen and to reinforce our confidence. Confidence can win wars, and sure as hell can win hearts.


5. We Choose Happy

Generally we’re attracted to happy, positive people. We instinctively aim to pair up with people who have a hopeful outlook on life. We accept a quirky sense of humour, some strong beliefs – it goes to character, but a general gloom and doom can wear on us and it never goes the distance.


6. We Choose Self-Aware

The world is changing around us and we’re changing with it. We’ve become more self- aware, more aware of others, of the needs of the planet and our role in having those needs met. We want matches who don’t smoke, who drink moderately, who recycle, who do charity work, who, in one word, care.  And in most cases, this is a non-negotiable.


7. We Choose Sane

Contrary to the perception that crazy is interesting, most of us tend to prefer saner versions of humanity as matches. Maybe it’s a survival instinct, maybe we’re past that faze when we thought crazy was sexy. And sane doesn’t necessarily have to mean boring, as we run from boring. There is just too much stimuli around us to accept it. But sane, we vote for that.

How to write about ourselves and choose images that tick most boxes? It should be a collective effort, whether we ask the help of a friend or of a dating consultancy service. Self-improvement however is on us.

Need help with your dating profile? Don’t hesitate to get in touch.

And just so you don’t forget, below is short infographic created by Portia, who’s working at the fastest growing Thai dating site called Truly Thai, because no matter who we are and where we are, we all want the same basic traits in our matches:

Nowadays, image is everything. Your online image, including your dating profile is out there to be admired, shunned or criticised. With Valentines Day over and for those of you still searching, we had a quick look at what people choose, what traits we favour in dating profiles, above all.



Need help with your dating profile? Don’t hesitate to get in touch.

And just so you don’t forget, below is short infographic created by Portia, who’s working at the fastest growing Thai dating site called Truly Thai, because no matter who we are and where we are, we all want the same basic traits in our matches:


Online dating is the new black. Ever since almost everybody is doing it, most of us are pulled into it, no questions asked. Typically, we only ask questions after our ego and feelings of self worth had a roller coaster ride at least a few times. Then, we either give up, or if we’re brave enough, we brace ourselves and ask the crucial question : how do we find the best dating site for us?


1. Online Dating – a Very Real Social Experiment

Online dating is one of our most practiced social experiments to date. It’s a bit like a walk in the dark. We rely on friends to guide us what site to pick, if at all. or we just go with the flow. The most advertised site, surely the most popular one should do the trick. What could go wrong? I know, because I’ve done it myself. Has it brought me the desired results? Well, almost, but not before crashing and burning (emotionally) a few times and not before getting massively turned off the entire human race, on occasions. Because it takes all kinds and with online dating being so widely spread, it seems that many of us feel that it gives us the licence to be whatever and whomever we feel like being, as there are no consequences to be had. Yes, the online dating world has a language of its own and it’s a world on its own without rules, a sort of wild west for the uninitiated. It needs a map and it needs emerging rules and regulations, but most of all it needs to make us feel safe being in it. In all this maze, we need someone who speaks our language.


2.How to Find the Best Site for You? – We Ask the Experts

Out of the many guidance, comparison and review sites one of the best is, I found. Their in debt research addresses almost every issue under the sun that us, online daters are concerned with. Starting with price, complexity of setting up a profile, demographic reach, quality of interactions, accuracy of algorithms and ending with which site is best for long term relationships, it has it all. On this note, I had a chat with Lexi Watkins, from in order to find out more about the ground work that led to such quality research.




a. What was the chosen criteria that you based your selection on?

Lexi: First we started by compiling every type of dating sites we could find on the internet but excluded sites that were catered specifically to targeted audiences, meant for unscrupulous relationships, based on looks alone, or that were primarily for hookups. We were really in search of dating sites that created real and long term relationships–the kind that that could lead to marriage and everything in between. Finally, we analyzed web traffic data, algorithms, and interviewed different dating experts. That’s how we came up with the top four picks!



b. How many people worked on this complex research, and how long did it take?

Lexi:  It first started with a team that dwindled the large pool down to the top four picks. Our content team is comprised of eight people and narrowed it down for our writers to focus on. Once the top four were picked, we analyzed their usability and ease, algorithms, message/interaction quality. We also included the human element–one of our writers (a straight, single woman) created a profile on all four of our top picks to see first hand the type of messages she would receive. It took us in total six weeks of research to feel like we had gotten it right!



c.How do you keep your research up to date what with the ever changing industry?

Lexi:  We make sure that we are constantly updating our articles. When we see that there are changes in the industry or to the sites, we make sure that we make note and reevaluate or even update top picks if we see necessary. There are times where we may miss something and in those cases our devoted readers will let us know if there needs to be any tweaks. We are hoping to do dating apps in the near future because this really is an ever changing and growing industry.

It’s safe to say, that whatever stage of online dating we’re at, whether just pondering about photos and a profile, or whether we’re ready to take the plunge or shift gears, thanks to sites like we’re not alone, help is at hand. And this help,  in the form of invaluable research and insight, is something that nowadays we can’t do without. I say, dear Lexi and team, you’re doing a great job. Keep up the good work.

Check out today to find the best site for you.


I’m often asked by clients which DATING site I recommend. And this is a very specific question. It’s actually an even more tailored task than profile writing, since different sites have different categories of people from various walks of life. Fact is, unless one tried almost all the dating sites, it’s literally impossible to give a fair recommendation to a client. Luckily, just as  any product or service that has a wide variety of providers, and for which there are price comparison websites, online dating sites have as well come under review where their prices are concerned. Let’s shed a bit of light onto how much does online dating really cost in the UK.

I recently had the chance to talk with Darren Williams,  the founder of Dating Price Guide, about his and his team’s efforts that led to the founding and development of their very useful site. Just like BrandYouMax, Dating Price Guide was born from the need to get it right.

According to Darren, men are especially affected by the cost of online dating  since it typically takes them a lot longer to get dates, and in addition they are the bearers of the costs of a first date, sometimes the 2nd date as well. Thus,  putting it all together can be an expensive affair.


1. So Darren, how long did it take you to put the site together? Weeks, months?

Initially we only had a few pages up so the first bit of content was live within a few weeks, once I had, had enough time to get a feel for the site really.


2. Have you registered with all the online dating sites listed on your website, or you had friends giving you some info as well.


Yes, all of the dating sites we feature I have personally used. Some more than others (eg I haven’t contacted anyone from Ashley Madison or Illicit encounters) but I also have a friend who uses some of them too, so they can help contribute their view of the site also.


3. How did the dating sites receive your contacting them for information? 

Most of them are very open and see it as another avenue for them to reach new customers, so they are great. It’s a friendly industry so they are pretty open if I ever need any extra info


4. Are you committed to keep the site accurate and up to date in this changing market?

Yes of course. I speak to some sites weekly in order to keep the prices and our offers up to date. With online dating only growing in popularity it’s only going to be more important to provide the most up to date info


5. Have you considered reviewing dating apps?

Yes we have. I kind of wish I had picked a better name for the site as its inherently focused on price and a lot of apps don’t charge so it kind of defeats the main purpose of our site. BUT its definitely something I want to incorporate.


6. How much do you think you’ve saved along the months/years that you actively dated online? 

In terms of me personally, it’s hard to say but it must be nearly £1000 if I added up all the months I had used the sites and discounts I have taken advantage of. I wouldn’t like to try and work out how much we have saved our users, but I like to think I’m providing a useful service to the community by supplying up to date dating promo codes and discounts as well as the general sign up info.

7. What’s next for Datingpriceguide? Will you start reviewing dating related niche services as well, like love coaches, matchmakers and other dating experts?

Funny you should say that. I’m planning a more general ‘review’ site that will cover the whole dating market, so that will include more niche and non-traditional methods of dating other than just the sites. I think having a one stop shop that will guide you through all of the options and services would be a great help. Dating is such an uncertain thing and so having a helping hand would be great, a lot of people don’t like to admit they are actively looking for dates (although this is changing) and so wont ask for help or guidance, I’d like to be the helping hand.

Don’t forget to visit the site regularly to get the best deal on your online dating in the UK!

Click here…


Nowadays we’re more and more image obsessed. There is a recipe for everything, for beauty for success, for wealth, for love and our interconnected world is ready to teach us how to obtain just about everything. The first step, of course is the fantasy.  We’re sold more fantasy than we can ever handle. And that translates into our relationships as well.

Are fantasies dangerous when it comes to relationships? Or they enhance our love lives? How much is too much and where do we draw the line? is there a one size fits all, or do we all have different needs where fantasies are concerned? And what’s normal, or what’s the new normal? In my blog, as below, I’m trying to find some answers to the questions we all struggle with.  Read more here…..


New Dating App Vene has gone to where no one has ever gone before, by inventing a magic formula that helps your communication with the opposite sex, no uncertainties, no stumbles, no hesitation, no dropping the ball.


1. Gear Up for Dating

What comes easy, when it comes to dating? It’s fairly easy to update your wardrobe, get a new haircut, perch yourself on some high stool in some random bar and…..stare. What’s not easy? It’s not easy to start a conversation with a complete stranger. Period.

How about online dating? Do you need the wardrobe? Well, yes, eventually. The haircut? Oh, yes. If your photos are anything to go by, and they have to be, a good haircut is a bare minimum. Oh, and you have to add a few likes and some habits for good measure and voila, you have an online profile.


2. Let’s Start Chatting

The conversation is surely much easier in the virtual. You’d think. But, why are you then scrolling through profile after profile with no idea what to say? Should you dare a simple “Hello”?

Back in the day, when online dating was all new and shiny, a simple hello could actually start a 

conversation with a complete stranger. Things have since changed. Nowadays, you see a “Hello” from someone and wonder, “That’s all you got?” Most of us like to be, no, we need to be intrigued, challenged, even shocked, our curiosity piqued to react. Of course, there are books, articles, what’s more, there are courses and films that teach us how to break the ice when trying to date. Some of us get wiser. Others get none the wiser.

But what if we got the kind of help that breaks all conventional rules and gives us the tools with which we can affirm our sense of humour and dare use our imagination? With no real risks taken. How? By following a “script”. New dating app Vene is just that. Online dating re imagined. You’ve got your conversation topics all set and a handful of answers to decide upon. Positive, neutral or negative. But are there enough topics? Yes.


3. Unleash Your Potential

With 60 topics to choose from, you’ve got variables that could amount to 10.000 different conversations. And that means choice. It means the possibility to connect by exploring like mindedness and a similarity in sense of humour and imagination. What more would you need to get through the awkward first stage of getting to know somebody?

No self doubt over “Have I said too much or too little?”, or over “Have I bored or offended?” No dry YES and NO replies to a string of endless “affinity” questions, without the actual “WHY?”.

www.getvene.comThe app’s brilliance is in managing to recreate online two of the best bonding scenarios between people. One is the playground scenario, where life long friendships are born among surreal conversations between children. As we know kids don’t need much to start building a sandcastle together, just some honesty and a bit of fantasy.

The other scenario is the house party where heated conversations about abstract topicshave been the building blocks of many romances to come. I for one can vouch for the 2nd scenario, right here and now.

Well done Vene. Check them out at


Flowers and chocolates, delicate heart shaped jewelry, a trip to Paris, a balloon ride, a stadium display screen spelling out “Marry Me”, a beach wedding are just few of the forever famous romantic gestures men make towards their loved ones.

But how long does romance last? What can be expected in the following year and the one following that and what about 5-10 years down the line? Will flowers and chocolates do?

And what about men? Do they wish to be romanced too, just as most women do?


1. Why Do Women Need Romance?

Let’s look at a possible definition of romance: a feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love.

But romance is much more than that. It’s a way to make us feel special, connected, understood and above all, unique. The most important role of romance is to communicate. Romantic gestures say more than words.

Romantic symbols like matching rings can strengthen a couple’s bond. Some couples go as far as wearing matching outfits or tattoos, or vials of each other’s blood around their necks. It’s all about the matching. There are many “ready to wear” romantic musts that are passed down from generation to generation. But are they failsafe?

What happens if you go along with some of them and later on you realise they are not for you?

Read more….


We’ve been talking to the lovely Madeleine Mason, from PASSIONSMITHS (, London’s Premier Dating and Relationship Experts, about why it is important to brand yourself in your personal life.  Here is what she wanted to know and you might want to know as well:


Tell me a bit about Brand You. What made you create it?

Brand You is an online image and dating consulting website. Its name originates from the desire to raise awareness of the need to stand out from the crowd for higher dating success. I created it as a response to my own online dating experience, that meant sifting through hundreds of dating profiles, that were drab, boring and repetitive and as such nearly identical in content and really poor in photo quality and choice.


Why is it important for people to ‘brand’ themselves?

Branding is everywhere nowadays: the more unique the product or the service, the more skilled the candidate for the job, the better the chances for success. We all aim to brand ourselves in our professional lives. Why stop there? Online dating is firstly about grabbing someone’s attention. How best to do that than to stand out with what’s unique about us.

What makes people attractive?  Read more…


JOIN ME at the 2nd UK Dating and Relationship Conference in London, on Saturday 11 July. I’ll be talking about how to STAND OUT FROM THE DATING CROWD! Find out more:



I’m reaching out to a few of my favourite friends, fans, readers and social media followers with a special invitation to an exciting, one-of-a-kind event…

Would you like to be part of a fun, informative, inspiring and empowering seminar that will help you improve your relationship skills?

You are invited to join me and six of the best dating and relationship experts in the UK at a whole day conference that is the first of its kind – the Dating and Relationship Conference!


Our excellent speaker line-up includes the following UK dating experts and coaches, offering these presentations:

Des O’Connor: Founder, Author, International Motivational Speaker, Award Winning Relationship Coach and Success Mentor

“How Men and Women’s Brains are Different When in Relationships and How Understanding These Differences Will Improve Your Love Life”

Elliot Kay – The Coach with the Hat – Peak Performance Coach, Author and International speaker

“How Much Do You Value Your Relationships? The Importance of Understanding Values”

Nicki Vee – Master Coach and Mentor Who Helps Single Women to “Let Him Find You”

“The Fundamental Secrets That Have Helped So Many Women to Be Found By an Amazing Masculine Man”

“Why So Many Relationships Bring Pain Rather Than Pleasure”

Marina Pearson – Effortless Living Specialist, Best Selling Author, Ted and International Speaker

The Key Factors That Create Effortless Relationships With Yourself and Others Around You

Graham W Price – Chartered Psychologist, Development Trainer, Best-Selling Author and Relationships Coach and Trainer
“How to Deal With Challenges in Relationships and How to Achieve Positive Results“

Jill Roberts – Relationship Expert and Inspirational Speaker

“Amazing Relationships: Making Masculine and Feminine Energy Work for You”

Laura Gub – Founder of Brand You Simply Your Dating Coach and SWEXPERT Blogger

That’s myself:



Why it is Important to Stand Out From the Crowd

How to Convey Your Unique Personality and Come Across as Approachable in Your Dating Profile


This is the UK’s second conference exclusively dedicated to dating and relationships. And you don’t have to be single! This isn’t a “singles event” – men and women are welcome to attend whether they’re single, married or in a relationship. Wherever you are in your relationship journey, this event promises to deliver a day filled with informative and inspiring messages.

At our conference, singles, couples and married people will learn how to:

  • Find, attract and keep the right partner
  • Discover why you choose the partners that you choose
  • Understand the opposite sex to improve your future relationships
  • Be more self-confident and love yourself more
  • Let go of any unresolved issues and pain
  • Resolve conflicts with better self-understanding and clearer communication

Are you ready to book your ticket for this first-of-its-kind event?

What: The UK Dating and Relationship Conference

When: Saturday 11th July 2015 at 9:00 a.m until 5.30 p.m.

Where: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London Victoria, 2 Bridge Place, Victoria, London, SW1V 1QA (2 minutes from Victoria station)


We also have sponsorships available! Would you like to book an exhibit stand for your business or organisation? Please go to: for details on how to book a sponsorship to introduce your company to our audience of affluent, inspirational professionals.

We hope to see you at the Dating and Relationship Conference on the 11 July!


Laura Gub

P.S. We fully expect that this event will SELL OUT. So please don’t delay – book your ticket now!