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You don’t want to miss this episode of The Dating Advisory Show! Rita Goodroe & Erika Ettin share their wisdom on dating especially regarding online dating profile tips that help you stand out in the dating world.

In 2011, Rita left her life as a business attorney (which she led for over 10 years) and became a dating & relationship coach. Her first year in business, she was asked to tour as an expert panelist and speaker, serve as an expert for The Washington Post and was a finalist for Best Dating Coach in the iDate 2014 Awards.

She began coaching entrepreneurs on starting and building their businesses and has since founded the Women’s Business Garden, a global community of women who are creating new futures for themselves, their communities and the world through entrepreneurship. The mission of Women’s Business Garden is to catalyze women’s entrepreneurship and sustainable business growth and success through powerful education, mentorship and community. In June 2016, Women’s Business Garden was nominated and selected as a change-making company by the State of Women Summit, convened by The White House.

Erika Ettin is the author of Love at First Site and Founder of A Little Nudge, where she helps people navigate the world of online dating. Her services include: writing a unique profile to get you noticed, helping to choose your best profile pictures, writing one-of-a-kind emails to get someone’s attention, and planning dates.

After working in the finance industry for over seven years (and doing years of online dating herself), Erika realized that her true calling was personal marketing, or helping people put their best foot forward online.

A Little Nudge has been featured in The Washington Post, NPR, Good Day Philadelphia, News Channel 8, and Ask Men,, and JDate. She currently writes a syndicated dating column for the Chicago Tribune. Her podcast, So We Met Online, shows a hilarious take on the current state of the date.

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