Founded in 2010, long-time friends Rob Judge and Zack Bauer officially launched Date Hotter Girls in the spring of 2010. Long before that, however, the duo’s passion for meeting beautiful women led them to many wild nights of—what would later be—“Research & Development” in the nightlife New York City.
As word spread across the city, Rob and Zack were offered drinks, dinners, and payment in exchange for the knowledge they’d acquired from countless interaction with women. The pair took great satisfaction in helping these men overcome the obstacles that prevented them from attracting beautiful women.
More and more men sought help and advice, necessitating a more formalized coaching structure. Most often that meant “weekend training programs,” which gave students the opportunity test, practice, and refine their social skills with women, right in front of Rob and Zack.
By combining real-time coaching with real-world situations, students were pleasantly surprised at just how effective—and efficient—these programs were at quickly developing the skillset and mindset of a guy who dates hotter. Once reviews and testimonials from alumni started hitting online forums, the demand extended far beyond New York.
That was when the founders realized they were not longer just “winging” it—they had created a turnkey system that allows men to date hotter girls. Sheer demand made it impossible to meet with—let alone coach—every guy who wanted to learn this new, proven method, which led to the first Date Hotter Girls product: “The 4 Elements of Game.”
The digitally published eBook and follow-up email course allowed men worldwide to learn and implement the steps needed for a complete dating transformation. The product received both glowing reviews from users critics alike, garnering praise, recognition, and even industry awards. Better yet, success stories poured in from all over the globe.
The book’s success allowed both Rob and Zack to “graduate the real world” by quitting their day jobs to devote full-time focus to something much larger than either could have ever imagined. Date Hotter Girls had become a calling the two could not ignore.
Two years later, Rob and Zack continue to establish themselves as two relatable guys giving practical and credible dating advice. Furthermore, Date Hotter Girls has become a marquee name in the men’s dating advice industry.
While the glitzy awards and fancy media appearances are gratifying, Rob and Zack never lose sight of the humbling truth that their popularity is a direct result of the unique pain and suffering each persevered and eventually overcome so that they could date the girls they really wanted. Rob had previously been a shy and awkward nerd, while Zack struggled with getting second dates.
Overcoming our own issues and hang-ups was, is, and will always be the inspiration for any—and all—advice we give for improving the modern bachelor experience. After all, very few men in today’s world understand how express personality and sexuality in an attractive and non-offensive way. It’s not for lack of trying, but rather lack of good information and reliable teachers.
Put simply: there are really no true “rites of passage” that effectively transition boys into men. We lack that definite moment of earning our manhood, leaving most of us confused as to when we truly “became” men. While some may look to superficial markers like graduating school, getting a job, or having sex for the first time as a modern rite of passage, don’t be fooled.
Sanctioned by the media, these watered-down “accomplishments” come from institutions that put more value on political correctness than your wellbeing and fulfillment. If you want to achieve personal satisfaction and intense gratification from your love and sex life, it’s your responsibility to take action.
And if you’re ready to do that, it’s our responsibility to provide you guidance and direction. At Date Hotter Girls we take pride in providing men the resources they need to embrace their identities, build confidence, and develop themselves so completely that attracting women becomes an afterthought.