Grant Langston Vice President, Brand Marketing

Posts by Grant Langston Vice President, Brand Marketing

Grant Langston oversees eHarmony’s Brand Marketing. He joined eHarmony in 2000 as writer and editor in order to prepare the original site for launch, after years in advertising and music marketing. In the intervening years he’s managed promotion marketing efforts, customer care, content, social media, and new products. He often speaks to the media about dating, relationships, and the eHarmony Matching Service. When he isn’t writing or editing, Grant tours or records with his Americana band, takes cross-country motorcycle trips, or enjoys a good cigar. Grant holds a B.A. in Political Science from Auburn University.

The Dating Games 2012 - revised final
July 26, 2012

The Dating Games of 2012

It’s that time! The summer Olympics are here, and speaking of games, we take a look at the dating games people play with this infographic. The good news? People aren’t following the “ridiculous” 3-day rule anymore. Even better news? Pickup lines are making a comeback.  See the rest for yourself:      


Make a Phone Video – Get 6 Free Months of eHarmony!

It’s spring – haven’t you noticed? Time for us all to do that yearly spring cleaning where we take the clutter, the junk that’s dragging us down, and kick it to the curb. This spring we want to find out what you’re kicking out of your life. Take your amazing little phone and make a […]


Win $8000 with The eHarmony Viral Video Contest

Everyone loves viral videos. You know, the ones you can’t help sharing with your friends and family. eHarmony is looking for viral videos to promote and share all over the web. The eHarmony Viral Video Contest is your opportunity to grab a camera and make history. Here’s an example of a recent eHarmony viral video… […]

November 15, 2011

Women – The Odds Your Man Will Cheat

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about life and “the odds.” If you think about the many decisions we all have to make, getting a good sense of what the odds really are in a particular situation and how much risk we can tolerate is pretty fundamental to living well. It can be quite difficult. For […]

Senegal chameleon
July 15, 2011

The Love Chameleon – Keeping Your Identity in a Relationship

What makes you YOU? The chances are, you could tell me at least a half-dozen things that define you. You may even fall into a lifestyle “type” – musician, biker, hiker/camper, tri-athlete, etc. These kinds of lifestyle choices help determine who our friends are, what clothes we were, where we hang out, and how we […]

June 24, 2011

Here’s How to Stop Your Husband from Cheating

I recently stumbled across a “guide” for women on ehow that provides suggestions for how to “cheat-proof” your marriage. I decided to ask a small group of married women to comment on the suggestions. Here’s the eHow list of tips and the group commentary. 1. Nag less. A husband’s happiness is inversely proportional to the […]

June 15, 2011

The eBay of Dating: What Do You Think of Bidding on Dates?

No doubt you’ve heard of the site It is the kind of site that eventually had to be created. It creates a market for dates, with one side posting bids to date the other. The other side can accept those bids and a date is born. This idea is so simple and so off-putting […]


We Respond to the ‘Crazy Cat Lady Video’

Debbie LOVES cats, and her video below is proof. Yes, it’s a spoof. eHarmony doesn’t have video profiles, but this woman is GOOD, and we love it. In fact, we thought we’d help Debbie find her soul mate. We drafted some eHarmony employees and shot a response, also below. And now, there is a collection […]

June 8, 2011

Is Your Critical Father Still Affecting Your Love Life

Two times in two days I heard two women say something astounding about their husbands. At least it was astounding to me. The stories were so similar that I only need to share one for you to understand the nature of the dilemma. One woman, who is quite beautiful, said that her husband is never […]

June 1, 2011

Is Your Commute Destroying Your Relationship? (and your health, as well)

Yesterday I discovered an article in Slate magazine about relationships and commuting. A Swedish university has conducted a study and determined that couples where one partner has over a 45 minute commute daily are 40% more likely to divorce. It seems that sitting in a car pushing your way through traffic is bad for your […]