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Entrepreneur and social media innovator Jennifer Kelton tells how she created BadOnlineDates.com, the first website allowing people to connect based on bad dating experiences. She explains how bad dates can reveal values and help people find love.
Jennifer discusses her new online dating game show that premiers in early 2011 and how it will help people in their search for a compatible date or mate.
Jennifer created the webisode series BadDateTV.com with its characters such as Bad Date Ben and Bad Date Betty to teach dating manners and etiquette. She discusses some of the dating basics that people seem to have forgotten, or never learned.
Jennifer, an online video and social networking pioneer, discusses how she is shaking up the world of online dating with innovations such as the BadOnlineDates iPhone App, a "virtual bad date wingman" that lets frustrated daters share their stories with a supportive community.
Jennifer tells what people can learn from abusive celebrity relationships and red flags for avoiding bad dates and worse relationships.
Drawing from her own dating experience, her blogs and the year-long research for her book, Jennifer discusses the worst dates ever – a great topic for listener call-in radio.
Jennifer discusses how the humor helps people get through dating disasters, and how she uses it on BadOnlineDates.com and BadDateTV.com to teach lessons to improve the dating experience for everyone.
When online profiles seem too good to be true, they probably are. Jennifer shares her detective tricks for determining if a potential online date isn't being honest.
Jennifer explores the positive and negative aspects of having sex on a first date and how it really affects a new relationship.
Drawing from her numerous successful online ventures, Jennifer discusses the advantages and pitfalls of building an online business and gives advice for aspiring Web entrepreneurs.
Jennifer discusses how she develops fresh content and technologies for BadOnlineDates.com, BadDateTV.com and DailyDatingAdvice.com.
Jennifer, an avid runner, discusses how running helps her stay connected, inspired and energized to run her businesses.
Jennifer discusses Every Morning Tells A Story, her five-year art project taking photos on her morning runs. Dec. 14, 2010 marked two years she has been taking the photos. She hopes the project inspires people to realize that attitude sets the stage for success every day.
Jennifer discusses her new website, which gives people a place to post their wishes online, and how she hopes to work with nonprofit groups that assist veterans returning from war, the homeless and others in need.
From cell phone cameras to virtual sex, dating has come a long, long way. Jennifer discusses how today's technologies and relaxed social mores affect dating and how these factors affect our ability to find a date or a mate.