This week, Damona sits down with legendary matchmaker and dating coach, Julie Ferman to explain how to apply marketing principles to find the love of your life. Here’s the rundown:


Wendy Williams Woes

What the HECK is going on in Wendy Williams’ marriage? Damona and Julie break it down.

Are you dating a social media addict?

A new article from AskMen details exactly what it’s like to date a social media addict. Damona and Julie discuss.

Should you live together before marriage?

A new study explores if living together before marriage is good for your relationship. Damona and Julie have thoughts.


Romance Marketing? Those are two words you probably didn’t think go together. Romance Marketing – or marketing yourself to find the love of your life – is something that is at the very center of Damona’s coaching practice. As many of you may know, Damona’s dating advice draws from her experience in marketing as a TV Executive at NBC. She noticed that a lot of personal marketing principles apply to dating and thus began her career as a dating coach.

Romance Marketing is also at the center of Julie’s business! Julie has A LOT of knowledge to offer lovers looking for their forever match. We talked about A LOT:

  • What is romance marketing?
  • Romance marketing first steps
  • Marketing yourself, your product
  • Intro to matchmaking
  • And so much more!

Become the Don Draper of your love life today!


Submit your questions Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook and hear our answers live on the show! Here’s what our listeners asked about this week:

  • How quickly can you tell if it’s love?
  • Should you ask a girl out over text?
  • If you made a “If we’re still single at 40” pact with someone, should you take them up on it?


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