Matchmaker Uses Twitter To Find Mates

Paul Carrick Brunson, known as the Modern Day Matchmaker, is going against conventional thought and finding love for his clients using social media. Each “Modern Day Matchmaker Wednesday,” Brunson takes to Twitter to find a match for one of his clients, usually a man, amongst his 5,000 followers. The followers ask questions about the client, and Brunson picks out the best questions to answer. After the 45-minute-long Q&A, Brunson tweets a photo of the client. He then searches his timeline for match requests, but only a few special followers are selected to meet with the client. Brunson turned an effort to get his brother more followers into a matchmaking career, but is Twitter the way to find love? Well, the more important question to me is whether Brunson is available. [The Black Snob via The Root]