NEW YORK TIMES - Mar 28 - Online dating coaches have been around since online dating began, but their focus has shifted. In 2009, when Laurie Davis Edwards started a company called eFlirt Expert, her most popular offering was a dating "concierge" who would write profiles, suggest matches and respond to messages. She now runs a group video chat session called Abundant Love and the Abundant Love seminars through her new company, The Worthy One, which helps single women find confidence in dating. Her husband runs a similar program for men called Fearless Dating. Tripp Kramer, whose YouTube channel "Tripp Advice: Dating Advice for Shy Guys," has ~500k subscribers, runs a three-month Skype-based coaching program for $3k, including six one-on-one calls, weekly webinars and unlimited email questions. Blake Jamieson, author of the book "TinderHacks," offers a Tinder profile "audit" for men for $49 - $99. Relationship Hero, which has 20 coaches and has raised $620k in funding, provides "tactical relationship advice".