Joseph Ranseth featured among Most Eligible Bachelors on Twitter

Diana Adams


Twitter superstar Diana Adams (aka @adamsconsulting) recently decided to use her leverage as a feature writer at the blog to really shake up the lives of 30 single men, myself included, when she wrote Twitter’s 30 Most Eligible Bachelors.

In her words:

According to Chadwick Martin Bailey, a market research firm out of Boston, over 20% of couples meet online these days. That is a huge number considering that I remember back in the 90s when it was considered dangerous to even use your real name on the Internet. Wow, times have changed, and I think it’s all for the better.

Meeting someone fun to hang out with on a social media site can only enhance the whole experience, don’t you think? Obviously it’s important to be safe about it, but sometimes it can even lead to a more serious relationship…. I remember reading this article in the Huffington Post about a couple who got married after meeting on Twitter, and the groom tweeted from the alter. That was a really sweet story, but I just don’t hear enough about couples meeting on Twitter, so I wanted to do something to hopefully change that.

And do something about that she did.

An hour or so after the article published, I had about 200 more followers… all of them being female except 2. Hmmm, coincidence? (Thank you Diana! LOL)

Here’s what she said (and the massive photo she inserted) :

Girl Talk: Ladies, it’s obvious why I invited Joseph to be part of this post, right? He has the most beautiful eyes I’ve ever seen on a man. He’s also sensitive and romantic. He sends tweets to the woman he knows he will meet someday. Last night he sent one that read, “Beautiful late night walk in the rainstorm, thunder and lightning… Wish you were with me to share it.” :) I’ve known Joseph for a little over a year, and I can tell you that he is a beautiful person inside and out. He’s intelligent, intuitive, creative, and very handsome. He is one of those people who enriches your life just from knowing him. His preferred method of communication is Twitter since he usually only accepts friend requests on Facebook from people he has met in real life or those with whom he’s built a significant rapport.

Joseph Ranseth

How could I not blush after that eyes comment and this huge photo posted in front of thousands of people?

Thank you Diana!

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