Social Clout: 3.7M Facebook likes; 2.82M Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @Mens Health Mag URL: menshealth.com/sex-women How Stuff Works details how the world works.
Dating is part of the world, so obviously it’s covered here.
Social Clout: 249K Facebook likes; 36.6K Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @e Harmony URL: eharmony.com/dating-advice/dating-tips-men Based in Australia but with contributors based around the world, D’Marge sells itself as “the thinking man’s style blog.” It believes in this image of itself that dating columns are categorized as vices.
The articles are solid, though, and the dash of humor occasionally thrown in breaks up the monotony of most self-improvement works.
Unlike most of the blogs on this list, though, Ask Men goes an extra step and features parenting advice as well as dating tips.
Social Clout: 295K Facebook likes; 180K Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @Ask Men URL: askmen.com/dating The best advice comes from those who know what they’re talking about, and e Harmony fits the bill.
It also projected that dating sites would attract the highest influx of new members at a specific time: namely, p.m. We talked about our favorite Hank Williams songs and our Tinder profile preferences, and by pm we were texting and evaluating each other’s schedules to set up a date.But January is still young, and we’ll see how the rest of the winter pans out.What I do know is that I have a date penciled in for Wednesday night.Social Clout: 937K Facebook likes; 96.5K Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @How Stuff Works URL: health.howstuffworks.com/relationships/tips Match is DA’s top pick of dating sites, coming in with 4.9 out of 5 stars.Their advice is aimed for both genders, though some pieces are solely focused for guys.So if there’s one conclusion I can definitively draw from my experience on Dating Day, it’s that 2018 is a great time to be on dating sites if you’re looking to meet people with a healthy appreciation for NBC comedies.Overall, while I did manage to get a few matches, I don’t think Dating Day was significantly more successful than any of my other dating app binges.I’d achieved the impossible: I made an actual authentic human connection on the internet.Maybe the number crunchers at were right, after all.Social Clout: 35K Facebook likes; 4,557 Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @Iam DMarge URL: dmarge.com/vices/dating For those that want a bit more design to go along with your articles, Art of Charm does the job.Art of Charm has four different “Art of…” topics, all for the purpose of making the site “where ordinary guys become extraordinary men.” The site has been featured on a number of mainstream outlets, and there’s also a podcast for those more audibly inclined.