Dating a black dude
Lulu isn’t the first one to notice that branded content on sex sells — Oktrends kicked off the trend in 2011, measuring everything from gay vs straight sexual routines, to Twitter usage against masturbation tendencies.
"He prides himself on his problem-solving abilities and will be there for you when you need support," says Muskat.But it also might be hard to get into a serious conversation with him, which can be frustrating as hell."The more you try to discuss something important, the more evasive he will become," says Muskat.Lulu has been called the “Yelp for men.” It invites female users to “rate” the guys in their lives, and empower their single sisters to make informed dating decisions.Additional benefits include feeling really awkward upon discovering that your coworker is #kingofdowntown and a surprisingly effective mobile content strategy.As Dear Dude would say, “Nicely done playa.” What’s the deal with the Content Strategist?
It’s something we created at Contently because we believe in a world where marketing is helpful, and businesses grow by telling stories that people love.
until I started getting notifications that led me to “Dear Dude.” Instead of the conventional, crap dating advice from writers who spout cliches like a broken fire hydrant (or that guy in digital marketing you went out with once), the anonymous Dear Dude offers quippy, straightforward relationship and sex advice.
Since I am over age 12 and not a character on the CW, I don’t frequent many advice columns, but for some reason, this one sucked me in.
Like everyone else, I downloaded Lulu for one reason: to mock every guy I know.
Hashtag ratings like #Cant Ikea Furniture, #Procreatedand Evaporated or #Owns Crocs feel like a tiny strike against the guy who never called or the ex who never returned your West Wing DVDs (you know who you are, Keith Barrenger).
Will boy be emasculated if girl drops the cash for them to go out on Valentine’s day?