Dating expert, Julie Spira talks to KTLA about the latest mobile dating applications. Find out which mobile dating apps are popular.
This bestselling online dating book and tell-all memoir features Spira’s 15 year romantic journey in cyberspace. The book is a hilarious, witty, and heartfelt look into the trials and tribulations of dating in a Web 2.0 World.
The book combines the author’s fairytale romances and heartbreaks along with her personal rules of netiquette. Learn from an Internet industry pro who had to start her life all over again.
Julie Spira, author of the tell-all Internet dating memoir, The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online will be at the West Hollywood Book Fair on Sunday, October 4, 2009.
Spira’s book is a witty and heartfelt look at her 15 years of online dating experiences. With almost half of the U.S. population trying Internet dating, the book hits home for many singles who have searched for love in an online dating site.
Annette Fix, author of The Break-Up Diet will be joining Spira at booth #e56.
Who: Author, Julie Spira
Where: West Hollywood Book Fair, 647 N. San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood, CA
Time: 10AM to 6PM (10-4, Booth e56; 4-6, Booth f2)
Cyber-Dating Expert and radio show host, Julie Spira’s online dating book, The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online to be presented at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2009 — Spira, recently signed to Columbine Communications & Publications for foreign rights representation, will be featured in their successful Foreign Rights Program at the Frankfurt Book Fair on October 14 – 18, 2009.
Cyber-Dating Expert and author, Julie Spira, has been selected as a dating expert for the new site DateDaily.com. Spira will be providing her expert advice for online daters and will be answering questions from readers.
Spira’s first feature, Secretive Boyfriend and Cyber-Stalking appeared recently on the dating advice site.
Cyber-Dating Expert and author, Julie Spira appeared on the FOX-5 News Morning Show in San Diego. Spira shared her secrets about online dating safety from her book, The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online.
New York, NY (1888PressRelease) May 18, 2009 – Cyber-Dating Expert, author, and radio show host, Julie Spira will be signing copies of her book, The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online at BookExpo America.
Spira will be appearing in the autographing area at Book Expo America (BEA) at the Jacob K. Javits Center on May 29, 2009 from 9:30 am – 10:30 am, table 19. The event is the largest annual book event for the trade industry in North America.
Spira’s funny and witty tell-all memoir of over 250 dates in 15 years of online dating was released on Valentine’s Day and hit the best-seller list on Amazon.com. In her book, she provides candid narrative with valuable online dating tips.
Julie Spira will share her stories, lessons, and expertise to help viewers and listeners find their dream date.
ONLINE DATING IS A HOT TOPIC
Over 40 million singles are now dating online. How do you stand out among the crowded playing field and date SAFELY online?
• There are over 90 million singles in the U.S.
• Over 40 million singles are online dating
• Online dating is the third largest industry on the web
• Over 2500 online dating sites and the numbers are growing daily
• The desire to couple up has increased with the down turn in the economy
Cyber-Dating Expert, Julie Spira helps singles navigate the web with her Top Ten Rules of Netiquette for online daters in her book.
SHE WILL REVEAL:
• How to date SAFELY online
• How to help singles create an IRRESISTIBLE online dating profile
• How to see the RED FLAGS and spot the bad boys.
• The signs of an unavailable man or serial dater
• Her profile definitions on what an online dating profile really means
• How to communicate effectively with the opposite sex
• How to find a date in 30 days or less
Cyber-Dating Expert, Julie Spira shares her personal and relatable stories so singles will not feel alone in cyberspace in her best-selling book.
For a limited time, the author will be in New York City for media appearances from May 19, 2009 – May 31, 2009.
To book an interview, please contact Julie@CyberDatingExpert.com or 310-433-7786
For more information, visit www.CyberDatingExpert.com
Meet Julie Spira. She’s an author, entrepreneur, radio show host and cyber-dating expert. Her latest book is The Perils of Cyber-Dating.
In this Q and A she shares her experience and expertise to enlighten and empower women in their relationships and online dating adventures.
**** MEDIA ALERT****
Cyber-Dating Expert to appear at Book Soup in West Hollywood, Book Signing and Presentation for The Perils of Cyber-Dating!
Julie Spira will share her hilarious, witty, and heartfelt stories in this romantic tell-all memoir spanning over 250 dates in 15 years online.
WHO: Cyber-Dating Expert and radio show host, Julie Spira will be signing copies of her new tell-all memoir, THE PERILS OF CYBER-DATING: CONFESSIONS OF A HOPEFUL ROMANTIC LOOKING FOR LOVE ONLINE.
WHAT: Over 40 millions singles are online dating now. Learn from the Cyber-Dating Expert on how to create an online dating presence with an irresistible profile. Spira will share her 15 years of online dating stories including four marriage proposals, one husband, and one fiancé, all who she met online.
PRAISE: Comedienne and best-selling author Joan Rivers calls The Perils of Cyber-Dating, “Hilariously Funny!” She adds, “Singles of all ages need to read this book.” Elle Magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll says “It’s Like Sex and the City in a Web 2.0 World.” Dane Robert Swanson of the Santa Monica Daily Press calls The Perils Book “A must for this generation of singles both male and female, who are into cyber-dating.” After over 250 cyber-dates, Spira has seen it all.
Highlights of the event are Q & A with Spira, readings from her book, and a drawing for one lucky winner to win her one-of-a-kind Cyber Love Basket filled with over $3000 worth of romantic items guaranteed to spice up your love life. The first 50 in attendance who purchase a copy of her book will receive a VIP gift bag worth over $200.
WHEN: Sunday, May 3, 2009. Begins promptly at 2 P.M.
WHERE: Book Soup Bookstore in West Hollywood is located on Sunset Strip at 8818 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069 (310) 659-3110.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: For additional information please contact: Julie Spira (310)433-7786 Julie@CyberDatingExpert.com
April 04, 2009
More people are doing it now — going online to find mates. It can be a dangerous area to surf in. You don’t know what you are getting nor how truthful those profiles are.
“This book is not intended to scare or discourage anyone from online dating. It is a real-life guide to embrace and navigate the World Wide Web with fun and entertaining stories.” author Julie Spira writes in the introduction.
She states that there are over 40 million singles now online seeking love. It is not always what you see is what you get. “When choosing to go online in search of love, the most critical challenge is creating your online profile.” It seems that most people will fudge on their details. “I used to be honest about my age,” she admits, “I sometimes found myself cutting off a few years to fit into a search. It seems that is the unspoken rule for most women online and men now expect it to be the norm.”
Spira provides us with her list of dates she had through cyber dating. With over 250 dates in almost 15 years, a few marriage proposals and a divorce from a person she met online, she has experience to choose from. Some are humorous and some are fairly sad. She is still single but wiser. She started in her 30s and into her 50s, on and off.
She admits she was one of those early adapters to the scene. She started in the mid-1990s using the online dating possibilities offered on the Internet.
She sums up her reason for writing this book. “I have learned a lot throughout the course of my nearly 15 years of on-again, off-again cyber-dating experiences. While some of these memories have faded, before sending the others up to Internet Heaven — which is my version of the trash icon on my computer where I send my bad cyber-dates to with a one way ticket, I’ve decided to share them with you.”
In her accounting she lets us share in her dates with The Architect, the Neurologist, and the Plastic Surgeon. In between there was the Art Dealer, the Boy Next Door, The Investment Banker, the Drummer Boy. That is just to name a few.
She also gives us some rules of “Netiquette” we should follow if we are inclined to use the Internet for our dating pool. “We are living in the information at your fingertips mode as the Internet has become part of our daily lives, and we can find out more than we probably want to know.”
She therefore advises you don’t “Google” your date before the first date. One of her dates did and it was a disaster. She found out more about herself than she knew was out there. Also don’t discuss body parts on the first encounter. She had one person she dated who gave her the details of his colonoscopy between the entrée and the dessert. When it comes to your profile there should be a cut off rule of five to 10 years on your age and five to 10 pounds on your weight.
Not all cyber-dates were disasters.
This book is a must for this generation of singles, both male and female, who are into cyber-dating. It is possible to find someone if you know the rules.