With prices ranging from ,000 to 0,000, her clientele skews toward the rich and famous.
But she said many people come to her after having given up on the app world.
It's no wonder then that over 90 percent of America's more than 54 million singles have tried online dating, according to the Statistic Brain Research Institute.
Over the past decade, dating services have been set up for pretty much any interest.
The internet has been "transformational" to the way we have relationships, says Pepper Schwartz, a professor of sociology at the University of Washington who studies dating.
She's noticed, for example, the speed at which technological trends ripple through our culture, and how quickly people become adopters. "It's a very powerful presence in modern life." That's particularly true in courtship and dating, Schwartz said.
"The people who come to matchmakers are highly frustrated." Kelleher, who met her husband while working at a supper club in Los Angeles despite her mother's attempts to match her with other men, is considering bringing a lower-priced version of her service onto the internet too.
In another, she told a marine she had PTSD, "Party Till Severely Dumber." He responded, "What's your favorite color?
" "People went further than you would ever think," Glaser said.
It's easy to forget modern smartphones came on the scene only a decade ago, when Steve Jobs unveiled the first i Phone.
The mobile app boom came afterward, helping make services like Uber, Twitter, Instagram and Tinder household names.