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They don’t know if you want online print, but if you want both, the 5 for both doesn’t look so bad because you now feel like you’re getting the web part for free.
I already know I’m not going get any dates after I post this since guys will think I’m a gold digger, so I might as well tell you my genius solution since I’ve gone this far.
Reply Interesting thought but there’s more to it, I suspect. In everything, you have to take a chance, because we all have imperfect information to start off with.
Like in the Economist print example, a guy posting his income without a picture isn’t going to cut it. The key is trying to keep it short and learn as much as you can as quickly as you can.
Her site, MSCheat Sheet.com, is dedicated to non-finance people because finance people are annoying.
Please forward this to anyone you know who works at an online dating company. ———- Kathryn plows through any news that impacts your money and makes sense of it.
We make comparisons in order to help us make decisions for the same reason we stereotype people: it’s a short cut for our brain when we don’t want to think too hard about something.
Look at this example from Dan Ariely’s book Predictably Irrational: option, and ZERO chose the second option.
It’s harder to make a decision unless we see it in context relative to another comparable option.
The marketers at The Economist slipped in the print only option (at 5) to make the print & web subscription look more appealing (also at 5).There are guys who will do that no problem but I’m not one of them. I also “judge” if I’m interested based on what they write in their profile, and how they correspond with me, meaning if a guy writes, “ur cute, we should meet 2day” or something of that nature, good riddance.