Show some dating magazine
So how have people over the centuries used changing technology to find somebody to love?
Hitting the stands on Wednesday 31 January is the UK’s first ever dating magazine, #Dating.
I see two emails sitting in my inbox from a couple who met on Sunday night.
I read the woman’s feedback first: "He had the sex appeal of a toad, personality of a concrete slab and smelt like he had drowned in a vat of beer.
If this hasn’t been arranged or suggested quickly, women will worry that the guy didn’t actually like them and will get disheartened.
From a man’s point of view, they do not see the urgency in arranging a second date – they prefer to wait and play it cool so they don’t come across too keen.
And if you’re a member of Elite Singles, you should be able to access a digital copy on their website.
When it comes to dating, the well-worn phrase "men are from Mars, women are from Venus" rings true.
Women are usually happy to reveal more personal information than men and will likely go into every single detail, from his shoes to the number of drinks they had to whether they kissed.
With Fred Sirieix on the cover, you won’t miss it on the shelves of WH Smiths, Tesco or Waitrose.
I hope you’ll head out and pick up a copy and share with your single friends if you like what you’re seeing.
Fred talks all things dating as well as providing advice on style too.
James wrote many of the features – it was his childhood dream to edit his own magazine – but he also brought in some fellow dating experts including the award winning blogger Naomi Lewis, the psychologist Madeleine Mason and yes, me! I’m sharing my tips for getting the best dating profile photos (no surprises there lol).
Women will break down everything from the amount of time it takes for the guy to reply to their message, to how he said goodbye on the date.