Since its release in the first quarter of 2011, Text the Romance Back has become a media sensation — in print, in blogs, on the radio, and on national television.
We’ve gathered a few of the video segments, news articles, blog posts, and radio stations that have featured Text the Romance Back so you can see what everyone else is saying about this groundbreaking new program that Rachael Ray called “Love Letters 2.0″.
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The Rachael Ray Show
New Day Northwest
San Diego Fox 5 in the Morning
A Valentine to the Love Letter
Jill Vejnoska — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“The love letter died a long time ago,” proclaims Michael Fiore. “Our ability to communicate with each other whenever we want to has gotten so much easier now, that accessibility tends to breed contempt for the old way of doing things.”
As creator of the website TextTheRomanceBack.com, Fiore advises people on sending text messages guaranteed to put more romantic oomph into their relationships.
You can even sign up to have e-mail tips on a regular basis.
In other words, he’s got a digital dog in this fight.
Of course, he’s also got a legitimate point. Read full article
Text to A Better Relationship
Tricia Stevens — Fushion Magazine
Many people feel texting can be impersonal, but Michael Fiore, a relationship coach and creator of the site Text Back The Romance TextTheRomanceBack.com thinks when done right, texting can help bring back the romance. “In some ways, electronic love mail is more romantic than love letters of the past because the contact is much more frequent so when you’re crazy-in-love you might be texting every five minutes, you’re constantly checking your phone for a text. It’s the rush of immediacy that makes this effective.” Read full article
How to Use Texting to Spice Up Your Love Life
Faye Brennan — Shine by Yahoo!
When you’re single, every little text from someone you like makes you smile. But, when you’re in a relationship, messages like “Have a great day. I love you,” lose their impact if you send them every… single… day.
That’s why Relationship Coach Michael Fiore started the website, Text The Romance Back. He believes that, when used correctly, texting can be the best way for couples to “renew [their] connection to one another and communicate the things [they] struggle to say face-to-face.” Read full article