One of the older dating blogs in existence (circa 2002), Online Dating Insider discusses why dating sites fail or flourish, interviews some of the top dating company movers and shakers, and offers personalized advice and information for dating business owners that can't be found elsewhere.
More » As the title suggests, this dating blog focuses entirely on helping geeks find their dream woman, with the help of online dating pros 'e' and assistant 'j', who are very female, very geeky, and very friendly.
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Users' dating stories are retold in gory detail on the blog-a-log, and rarely do the five writers (who rotate and are voted off based on reader responses) disappoint.
Some women on our site state that they have communication with men, who try to avoid chatting on Skype.
While ladies are curious about the reasons for such conduct, our advice for both men and women remains the same: If the person doesn’t make an effort to meet you on Skype or video chat with 2-3 weeks, this means that they either are not interested enough to make it happen, or they have something to hide.
More » Ok Cupid's blog sits firmly in the all-time-favorite dating blog spot in my head, and has for years - and would hit #1 on this list easily, if only they updated a lot more than they do.
Having said that, there's good reason for their lackadaisical publishing schedule: no only does Ok Cupid crunch the data from their members and analyze it intricately and usefully, they also create fun and oftentimes eye-opening graphs giving their readers a better idea as to what they're trying to get across. I just wish it didn't take Although focused more on the business of dating rather than relationships in and of themselves, Mark Brooks offers brief updates about dating news from around the world that applies to both singles and the marketers looking to attract them.“We have been consumed with technology and social media and that instant gratification factor.Swipe right, swipe left, nobody has a conversation anymore.“People now just get so stressed out to go on a date, but the more texting you do, the more problems you’ll have with communicating,” she says.“You need to be able to not text a person, not email. You can hear the person’s tone.” Speaking face to face and putting your phones away is key, and that people don’t often take the time to do that, because they feel too busy. If we make it a priority it isn’t dead, we all want to be in a relationship,” Rori says, adding, “and a date is fun.Skype or another live video broadcasting tool is recommended as an essential tool to prevent online scams and fraud in dating: Seeing your pen pal and their reactions to your words and questions gives you assurance that you are not being manipulated by someone, who is only pretending to be the person in the photos.