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I’ve done online dating. It’s a lot of fun, like online catalogue shopping: like, like, don’t like, don’t like, don’t like, like, don’t like, like, don’t like, don’t like …
The catch is that finding love should not be at all like catalogue shopping. But how do you go around it if you’re using online dating site? And you do, because, let’s face it: in the world we live in, it’s simply the most convenient way to go about finding love.
“LittleHint”, the online dating platform that launched recently, found the way! They use the combination of traditional matchmaking techniques and the new convenient way of online communication. The basis of their expertise is a simple truth: the greatest love is often found within our own social network.
So how does it work?
First, people join as a matchmaker or decide if they would like to be matched themselves. To find a match, people must first fill in a brief questionnaire, which is needed to create a “Little Hint” profile. The profile takes into account the cognitive and behavioral traits that will help “Little Hint” make the best social match for you.
One of the aspects in their social compatibility matching I find absolutely brilliant is that one of the key components they asses is the way you communicate love. There are four main ways we all communicate love: words, gifts, time, and touch. We need to be with a partner whose language of love we will understand! Even if it’s not the same, we need to know and understand what it is.
My catalogue shopping session so many years ago went amazingly well: the specimen I chose turned out to share both my language of love, AND high biological compatibility with me (and we didn’t even have the GenePartner Test back then!). Lucky strike!
“Little Hint” doesn’t leave things to luck: they are committed to helping people find The One!
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