Both are booming in the online realm—flipping the traditional relationship and ad stories upside down. Fortunately for daters (and advertisers), technology exists to process the information, and humans are there to make data more actionable; pairing talented analysts with cutting-edge technology generates the best performance.
With that, our insights, actions and results are also evolving. As a rule, it’s hard to understand the full picture from one specific source—usually ourselves.
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Understanding the numerical and emotional elements of human behavior is imperative in both the online dating world and digital advertising, as machines alone are not enough to bring out the power of big data. We construct lists of “must have’s”, weigh our options and conduct searches, but our hearts don’t always work like that.
The human element is necessary across both phenomena. We make subconscious choices based upon deep-rooted preferences.