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I'm seeking a man who is truly interested in working on a relationship and willing to give at least 50 percent to a relationship.We’d put something on the web and Magic Internet Dust would come along and make up for our total absence of business knowledge. That sort of worked for awhile, but it doesn’t work now. If Fake Steve Jobs wanted to make money, he would have had to do some work to figure out how he could do the same.If you don’t have a solid understanding of who your market is, how they’ll find you, and what problems you solve for them, it’s now “Leap, and the floor will appear.” So focus on what work now, and has always worked. It's a broad sentence that, again, won't engage a man to contact you.Instead, write the list of qualities you want in a man.But out of curiosity, I picked the mag up on the way back to my room.If you haven’t seen it, Daniel Lyons, a talented blogger known for two years as “Fake Steve Jobs,” has an editorial that explains why none of us can make money blogging.It's flirty, fun and engaging and a man feels good hearing this. They love compliments just like you do and this is the type of flirting that allows you to choose the men you want to go out with, versus always being chosen by men you don't want. And when a man doesn't feel needed, guess who he turns to?You are still a beautiful, sensual woman and flirting brings this back out in you. Mistake #3 - Not Knowing How To Relate To Over 50s Alpha Men I've found most women want an Alpha Man in their life. Because he makes her feel safe and protected and that comes directly from the days of the cavemen and the cavewomen, where a man was responsible for keeping his family safe or they'd die. That's right...a younger women who can make an Alpha Man feel his strongest and best because he's needed.It’s not about trends in advertising or trends in the blogosphere.It’s about returning to a fundamental marketing truth.