In 2005 Samantha established Blue Label Life, a professional matchmaking and introduction service exclusively to professional singles looking for love.
Apart from having a successful business Sam regularly appears on talk-back radio, television and several advice columns offering relationship advice to the nation!
If you can't catch and hold her attention right off the bat, then you're going to get passed over like Brussels sprouts at a Golden Corral buffet.
Forget swiping right and join Bicycle NSW on the 14th of October for Cycle Speed Dating.
Can you give me any idea as to some things I might be doing wrong, or some idea of how to write a profile/message that won't get ignored?
Now, Sydneysiders will have the chance to experience one of these events.
Here are a few questions I often get from people who are curious... When it comes to the internet, there's not much people doing. Most people won't admit it, but plenty of them do it.
The question is whether the people doing it are the ones you'd want to date. Unlike farting in public, though, online dating's stigma is quickly going away.
I think my profile is fine, as I don't go out of my way to geek out about any one thing, and I don't try to paint myself as someone I'm not either.
I have some trouble trying to figure out what to put in the messages I've sent, so I've tried everything from long and specific messages to simple "Hey, how was your day? I'm not overweight (I'm actually skinny) and I'm not ugly, so I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing wrong.