Over the years, he has helped dozens of dating companies, from startups to established businesses, all while shedding light on the space in his blog posts.
Yes, that includes “Relationship Status.” Unless you are Benjamin Button-ing your way through life, you are not getting any younger, something that nosy mothers are fond of bringing up. Obviously, not everyone is going to love this feature. Facebook could be looking to make a play in the online dating space.It was his long-running blog that bolstered his place in the dating world, so he started Digicraft, his consultancy brand, as a way to bring together all the things he was great at under one name.Digicraft combines David’s knowledge on startup advisory and business coaching with his extensive understanding of dating trends and industry analysis he has gained blogging for the last 15 years.Christian Cafe.com, a Christian owned-and-operated online dating service, marks 17 years of matching Christian singles.The service launched officially on February 26, 1999.
While the Internet was busy finding its way into everyone’s home in the ’90s, David was working at an agency in New York trying to take advantage of the new Internet thing.