Top 10 Best Sites
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Many dating sites will go incredibly in-depth with their advice, offering you all of the information and data that exists on a topic until you’re overwhelmed by everything that’s been thrown at you.
What do you do when you just want some quick, simple insight?
Well, you can start by checking out these 10 sites. They keep things short, sweet and to the point because your time is valuable, and they know you need information stat. They can help you with any issues you might be having, and you can rest assured they’ll keep it quick.
Bragging Rights: previous writer for the Associated Press Financial Wire and MSN Money
Emma Johnson proves to us all it’s possible to have a great career, take care of your kids and date when you want to. It might seem impossible, but that’s why she writes about her efforts to date, parent and make money like a mother. The portion of her blog on sex and relationships covers all of the things single working moms want to know — here are the answers you’ve been looking for.
Social Clout: 13,550+ Twitter followers; 1,690+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @JohnsonEmma
Bragging Rights: an award-winning self-help show for men
Flash Gordon has nothing on Victory Unlimited. Motivational and intense, he answers questions about dating, relationships and life. By boldly discussing the topics men really care about, you are entertained and educated. The combination of analysis, examples and motivation is enough to inspire anyone to make changes in their lives — particularly when it comes to love.
Social Clout: 8,400+ Facebook likes; 90+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @victoryunlimitd
Bragging Rights: one of best astrology blogs
On Sasstrology, you can find weekly horoscopes about your love life and daily updates on the sky. There also are bunches of blog posts about the astrology of sex, love and relationships for you to indulge in. You can even find out if your relationship is a match by checking your synastry and compatibility reports. If love is in the stars for you, this site is how you can find out and make it work for you.
Social Clout: 5,430+ Facebook likes; 2,915+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @sasstrology
Bragging Rights: a relationship columnist for more than 18 years
Having written more than 300 articles on the topic of love, Deborrah Cooper is an expert on the subject. Fortunately she’s willing to share that expertise with you, teaching you how to make smarter choices as you look for the love of your life. There are sections for both women and men, as well as a dating advice page where you can submit your questions. Date smarter and succeed.
Social Clout: 1,325+ Facebook likes; 575+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @msheartbeat
Bragging Rights: writes for HelloGiggles and The College Crush
Jessica Druck has always loved sharing her dating horror stories with friends and family, Now you can enjoy them, too! She talks about the awesome dates and the truly crazy ones, as well as sorts out her posts for what you’re looking for. Whether you’re single, dating or recently broken up, there is something you can learn from her experiences. You won’t be able to stop reading!
Social Clout: 765+ Twitter followers; 230+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @JessicaDruck
Bragging Rights: learned how to work with relationship problems firsthand
A relationship expert and coach, Kristina Marchant used to live with “romantic egg on her face.” Her background in psychology, studies of spirituality and many life experiences convinced her to help women find the love they deserve. Her tips allow you to work on yourself, as well as figure out what men want, giving you the best of both worlds when it comes to advice.
Social Clout: 1,260+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @themanmaven
Bragging Rights: wrote the highest-rated dating book on Amazon
It is 100 percent possible to improve your love lives and better yourself at the same time — just ask Dr. Ali Binazir. His blog is filled with reviews of tools that can help you, his insights into love (like the Clooney Curse) and responses to letters from his readers. Whether you have a specific question or just want to expand your knowledge, this site is one to look into.
Social Clout: 1,245+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @DrAliBinazir
Bragging Rights: topics specific to midlife daters
Known as the Midlife Bachelor, Gregory Smith has years of insight into the type of dating that works for slightly older folks — and the type that doesn’t. He answers reader-submitted questions, posts the latest news and offers articles and advice for those whose love life could use a facelift. Join the forums to find a community that helps you out and cheers you on to success.
Bragging Rights: hundreds of articles on attracting women
Would you like to know the secrets behind finding the woman of your dreams? This site will teach you how to do it. They divide their content into articles and quick tips, so you can find what you’re looking for easily and efficiently. They also get input from female readers, so you actually get to hear their thoughts. You don’t have to figure it out. Everything you need to know is here.
Bragging Rights: reviewed and interviewed dozens of niche dating sites
Which of the countless dating sites and apps out there is the one for you? You can find out right here. Find out why the CEO made something work the way it does or learn which sites are on top this year. For their dating tips, check out their lists, as well as stories and advice. You’ll discover everything from how to do a dinner date at home to how to make a man cave more female-friendly.
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