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Watch Amy talk about her book on Good Morning America, which aired Jan. Is your online profile keeping you from attracting the right mate?

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She had wanted to seem open, lighthearted, and friendly, but instead she came across as distant.

"It's about being more approachable," she said during the talk.

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With this is mind, here are the steps Webb took to get the matches she wanted: First, she laid out all the things she actually desired in someone else: a sense of humor, an easygoing personality, etc.