Why should you use a matchmaker?
We rely on technology to do everything for us now. Technology navigates, gets us food, and even turns our lights on for us. Included in this increasing encroachment of technology into our lives is the use of algorithms, apps, and swiping to determine our next significant other or romantic interest.
You might not hear much about matchmakers anymore, especially gay matchmakers. Who needs a matchmaker if you can just download an app instead?
Apps might be useful for quick purchases or for gathering information, but matchmakers know that human connection cannot be reduced to a number or code. Here’s why you should consider a matchmaker if you’re looking for that special someone:
Get the personal touch.
Matchmakers like Beau Brummell Introductions get to know you. We understand that knowing you goes beyond learning your favorite foods, taste in movies, or other information you can list on a dating app. While those are important, those are not who you are. That’s why we take time to get to know you with a personal conversation.
Ensure a quality pool of candidates.
When you use a dating app, you enter a pool that is filled with a variety of candidates. While we have heard the phrase “the more, the merrier,” more also brings about the need to sift through those who aren’t using the app for the same reason as you. Some might want a genuine
connection, but they might be difficult to find. Everyone using Beau Brummell Introductions, however, is here for the same reason: to find someone to spend the rest of their life with.
Receive a thoughtful approach.
A matchmaker doesn’t want to throw profiles in your direction to see which one sticks. We know that guesswork and process of elimination is not an effective way to create a connection that will last a lifetime. With an 87 percent success rate, Beau Brummell introductions does not rely on luck or chance to find the person who is best for you, but on a focused dive into your story and the story of all potential matches.
Spend time on the connection.
While a date may only take up a few hours of your time, anyone who’s ever entered the gay dating scene knows that it’s much more time consuming than that. Before even going on a date, you must find someone you actually like, which often takes much longer than a few hours. Beau Brummell Introductions knows you’re busy, and we will use our expertise to make sure you spend your valuable time falling in love.