Julie Spira is an online dating expert and renowned author who has been helping singles find love for over two decades. She began her career as a cyber-dating coach in the mid 90s, when she noticed that people were having difficulty navigating the new world of online dating. After graduating from American University with a degree in Communications, Julie started writing reviews on various sites and apps to help guide others through their journey of finding true love.
Her expertise has led her to become one of the most sought after experts in this field; appearing on numerous television shows such as Dr Phil, The Today Show and Good Morning America among many others sharing tips about how to safely navigate digital relationships. Additionally, she’s been featured by media outlets like CNNMoney & Fox News Magazine where they discuss current trends within the industry or highlight stories related to success couples have had while using these services.. Her advice can also be found regularly published across popular websites including Match & eHarmony which feature blog posts written by Julie herself providing readers with valuable insights into modern day romance!
In addition to being an active contributor within both print & broadcast media circles , Julie is also credited for launching multiple successful businesses dedicated solely towards assisting those looking for companionship via technology . This includes LoveOnline –an interactive program designed specifically around teaching users how best utilize social networks/apps along side offering support during each step throughout their search process–and Mobile Dating BootCamp—a unique experience allowing participants gain access exclusive resources/insights geared towards optimizing user profiles so they are more likely receive positive responses from potential matches .
With all this knowledge at hand it's no wonder why thousands turn directly toward Julie every year seeking out guidance regarding anything related connecting digitally ; whether its understanding what types platforms work better than others or simply needing reassurance that there still hope left even if you've experienced failure before !