Matchmaker Helps People Find Love on Twitter

Who says you can't find love using social media?

Modern-day matchmaker Paul Carrick Brunson.

Known as the Modern Day Matchmaker, Paul Carrick Brunson is using Twitter to connect people searching for love. The matchmaker stumbled across his strategy by simply trying to help his brother get more followers and possibly a date. He started by describing his brother's background qualities and posing questions such as what would he do if he had 24 hours left on earth, and he was inundated with responses. Brunson soon realized that he was onto something and began matchmaking via Twitter. Modern Day Matchmaking Wednesdays is when he hooks up a guy with one of his 5,000 followers. Since beginning, he has added 250 followers, and counting. Who says you can't find love using social media?

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