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Topics: How can I get people to go to my dating advice website, Date Smarty Date? www.datesmartydate.com?

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Questions contribute nothing to a conversation and tell her nothing about you. Too many questions makes it feel like a job interview. Learn here http://AttractAnyWoman.emuy.info/?3poG Never ask two questions in a row. Statements can often replace questions. Instead of asking where’s she’s from, tell her where you’re from and she may respond in kind. Or guess where she’s from. It doesn’t matter if you are right; either way it’s more interesting than yet another factual question.

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If it s written by someone from the U.S., it s generally going to be wrong advice. Seeing as how they have the highest divorce rate in the world and the number 1 phrase to describe their families is dysfuctional, well let s just say I don t think I ll be taking their advice on how to keep my relationship or family stable, thank you very much.

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In general if you wish to give relationship advice, you need to get some sort of counseling degree or certification (psychology or psychiatry) and apply it to a specific field (parenting, couples, marriage etc etc) but, in recent years, the allowances for unique business ideas has grown. Especially when it comes to websites. before collecting any money, or dishing out any advice, you need to have your "clients" sign a form that clearly states that you do not have a degree in the particular field you are giving advice in, and that with this knowledge, they still choose to pay for services rendered. (this can be accomplished with a website by a "agree with terms of service" box before allowing a credit card number to process. With this style of practice you are limiting yourself, and without a secure contract between you and your "clients" you open yourself up to a world of possible lawsuits based on the advice you give. But of course there is the upside. If you are successful keep it referral only. if you advertise you dull your credibility. Pass out a few "pass it forward" business cards, that way this encourages you to be good at what you do. With a website, play as if you went to the site to get advice for yourself and that it really helped you, and then tell your friends to go, do not make it clear that you are running the site. (if you want to know all the nitty gritty of your friends private dating lives thats up to, just be careful.) Also, take on a few free "clients" then give yourself a tax write off, but always always always always, file the taxes on the money you make accurately, or the government will snatch you under the bus and before you know it you re in jail. Think about it radio show hosts give advice on the air all the time and do not have degree in any counseling field, and make money doing it. Just keep the advise you give in the realm of common sense and don t tell anyone to jump off a building. Keep any written info secure. (not just talking credit card numbers. you gotta keep the stuff expressed to you from your clients private as well.) If you follow through with this there are ways to keep it legal, just make sure you research how and cover your ***. This is a lawsuit happy world we are in now. Best of Luck to Ya -- JF

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