10 Best Flirting Blogs

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10 Best Flirting Blogs

C. Price

Written by: C. Price

C. Price

C. Price is part of DatingAdvice.com's content team. She writes advice articles, how-to guides, and studies — all relating to dating, relationships, love, sex, and more.

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Getting your flirt on is a learned skill, but it never hurts to have great pointers, especially from these battlefield-tested pros.

Our 10 Best Flirting Blogs were selected for their wit, honesty and understanding of the game.

Bragging Rights: attract the guy, keep the guy

Matthew Hussey is a bit of a life coach to the stars, with rave recommendations from everyone from Ryan Seacrest to Eva Longoria. Appreciated on both sides of the ocean, this UK-based dating guru has helped countless couples find love and better understand the heart, where being able to flirt comes in handy.

Social Clout: 20,568+ likes, 22,460+ followers

URL: http://www.gettheguy.co.uk/

Bragging Rights: London-based website with a fun crew

Open to everyone over the age of 18, Flirtomatic Blog is a unique home for active online flirting, but it’s also a repository of the best material out there. The site aims to help visitors find like-minded people with their unlimited messaging system. Users can browse profiles or explore which flirt techniques are the best for them.

Social Clout: 13,325+ likes, 452+ followers

URL: http://www.flirtomatic.com/blog/



Bragging Rights:  what guys are really saying

GuySpeak is a popular site that offers women a place to peer into the minds of men by posting questions to various male archetypes from the reformed player to a girl’s BFF. Understanding how the male mind works is a pivotal tool for flirting, where one size does not usually fit all.

Social Clout: 2,293+ likes, 2,185+ followers

URL: http://www.guyspeak.com/

Bragging Rights: a worldly view of chasing love

From Paris comes Flirt Like a French Girl, an artful site designed around flirting with style and mystery. From lingerie obsessions to blending music with romance, this French gal serves us terrific content in a beautiful setting. Very few sites have managed to capture the youthful spirit of romance seen here.

Social Clout: 335+ likes

URL: http://www.flirtlikeafrenchgirl.com/

Bragging Rights: romance is their speciality

Flirting with Romance takes a page out of fiction, exploring the ins and outs of modern love through the world-wind adventures of romance novels. They cover not just the steamy page turners, but also how-to books on dating and romance and linking up with other eReaders.

Social Clout: 247+ followers

URL: http://flirtingwithromance.blogspot.com/

Bragging Rights: studying every play in the book

From the author of “Getting Inside a Woman,” Liz is a veteran life and dating coach who encourages flirting not just among singles, but also to keep the passion alive for married couples. It’s an art form she enthusiastically embraces in Friday Funny and topics like “Do Women Have an Advantage in Dating?”

Social Clout: 48+ followers

URL: http://www.artofflirting.com/

Bragging Rights: solid flirting tips that work

Flirting Tips Online pulls together a plethora of information and viewpoints on the subject of flirting, seeking diverse input to sort out the best. Topics like “Attract Any Man or Woman You Want” and “Online Dating Tips for Men” explore the new digital paradigm of dating, with sections for before and after the date.

URL: http://www.flirtingtipsonline.com/

Bragging Rights: become an irresistible gentleman

Turning yourself into someone the ladies can’t resist is the goal behind this fun and unapologetic site, which also focuses on the realities of dating and the changing face of flirting. Learning to become confident in your own skin and remaining in control is key. Tips and advice cover a large spectrum of social scenarios.

URL: http://thedatingspecialist.com/

Bragging Rights: applying a psychological approach

Thoughtful and detailed guidance is abundant at the Flirting page from the team at Relationship Psychology. Posts like “How to Pick Up a Girl Through Perfect Timing” are on point and in depth. Much of the content is drawn on understanding the subtle signaling that occurs between men and women, so pay close attention.

Social Clout: 108+ likes

URL: http://relationshippsychology2011.wordpress.com/

Bragging Rights: get tangled in romance!

Several authors and editors make up the team at Entangled Romance to cover the latest in finding true love. An extensive archive charts their regular schedule of content, including Author Speak, the Gossip Column and a section for young adults. Romance in all its forms is celebrated throughout with active social media.

Social Clout: 13,373+ followers, 5,017+ likes

URL: http://www.entangledinromance.com/

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