Dating in the Age of COVID-19 Launches to Help Singles Find Love During Quarantine
Julie Spira, America's Top Online Dating Expert, who's been coaching singles on finding love online for over 25 years, has launched Dating in the Age of COVID-19: How to Find Love in a Pandemic.
LOS ANGELES: Dating in the Age of COVID-19, a new dating advice site, has launched to help singles connect and look their best on virtual dates while quarantined or self-isolated during the coronavirus pandemic.
While singles are sheltering at home during COVID-19, the need to find a meaningful connection and to stay connected is heightened during self-isolation.
Fortunately, the technology and bandwidth exist to support singles going on virtual dates, while they're quarantined and living apart.
On Dating in the Age of COVID-19, Spira has created the Dress Rehearsal, a service where she goes on mock video dates with clients before their date and provides a critique to ensure they look their best on date night.
"We're living in an uncertain time, and it's my goal to bring love and joy to those who are feeling lonely or isolated," says Spira.
Singles are finding dating to be more complicated, but more accessible with video apps such as FaceTime, Zoom, and in-app features on Bumble, eHarmony, The League, Match, and PlentyofFish.
On Dating in the Age of COVID-19: How to Find Love in a Pandemic, users will find a Pandemic Playlist of music for singles to listen to, a dating poll to weigh in on how COVID-19 has affected their desire to date, and the #DatingDuringQuarantine feature, where couples share their corona dating stories.
Spira, the founder of Cyber-Dating Expert, is also launching the #DateChat #SocialHour, where she'll be providing free dating profile critiques and answering relationship questions every week.
Spira's COVID-19 coronavirus and quarantine dating advice has appeared on Ask Men, the Chicago Tribune, DatingAdvice.com, Elite Daily, Her, KRLD- Dallas, MTV News, TalkRadio, Thrive Global, Tinder, Yahoo! Lifestyle, and YourTango.