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Dating advice isn’t just limited to magazine articles and self-help books. Video bloggers have taken the dating world by storm by providing useful advice through an entertaining platform.
Our 10 Best Dating Vloggers have all the characteristics daters look for in a good video blogger – charisma, humor, quirkiness and even costumes!
Bragging Rights: In your face
Jenna Mourey is better known as Jenna Marbles, a vulgar, in-your-face YouTube hottie who consistently pulls in millions of views. Marbles is bold, sarcastic and energetic. Armed with a bachelor’s in psychology, Marbles is not afraid to tell the truth. If you’re dating life sucks, it’s probably because you’re doing something wrong.
Social Clout: 6,964,845 YouTube subscribers, 2,594,625 followers
Bragging Rights: Funny, cynical perspective
“10 Reasons Why…” is Emily Hartridge’s answer to doling out dating advice in a cute and humorous way. It doesn’t hurt that she’s attractive, has a fantastic British accent and is completely charming. Featured regularly on The Huffington Post, Hartridge loves to put a funny, negative spin on dating issues, such as (10 Reasons Why) “Valentine’s Day Sucks.”
Social Clout: 28,522 YouTube subscribers, 7,199 followers
Bragging Rights: Dating superheroes
The Wings Girls, aka Jet and Star, bring you a combination of dating advice and comedy on their YouTube channel that’s brought in more than 100 million views. With hilarious graphics and costumes, these two master the role of good cop/bad cop. Whether they’re exploring topics like “How To Kiss: The Baby Maker,” Jet and Star are not afraid to give it to you straight up.
Social Clout: 113,293 YouTube subscribers, 12,363 likes
Bragging Rights: Bending the rules
Once voted “least likely to get a girlfriend” at school, Adam Lyons is a self-described pickup artist and dating coach. This YouTube channel is free of over-the-top gimmicks. A regular columnist for “Ask Men,” Lyons uses the mistakes he’s made to help others become successful in dating. He says, “They say that dating is a game. I’m going to show you how to bend the rules.”
Social Clout: 21,979 YouTube subscribers, 4,302 followers
Bragging Rights: Three’s company
Boasting more than 75 million YouTube views, Kong, Jesse and Jason are “Simple Pickup.” This trio is not afraid to put themselves out there. Through their on-the-street videos (think Batman, vagina jokes and public pranks), the guys, who each bring their own dating experiences, are a great combination of genuine and funny.
Social Clout: 689,922 YouTube subscribers, 26,700 followers
Bragging Rights: Dating made easy
A dating coach based in Los Angeles, Tripp has mastered the art of engaging others in social situations. Tripp launched the podcast “Dudes Talking About Chicks,” which touched on everything from relationships and sex, to helping men and women understand each other. He has since launched his YouTube channel, which uses video as a way to break down dating tips in easy steps.
Social Clout: 1,649 YouTube subscribers, 1,119 followers
Bragging Rights: Daytime approach
Alex Coulson’s YouTube channel, “Succeed At Dating,” teaches men how to meet women naturally through a “daytime approach.” Relaxed and easygoing, Coulson has the ability to make any regular guy feel like he can be successful in love. He gives great examples of mistakes guys make and how to recover from it.
Social Clout: 16,698 YouTube subscribers, 1,756 likes
Bragging Rights: Speedy tips
Authentic and personalized, Adam LoDolce offers fast-paced advice to help men transform themselves and overcome a fear of rejection. An equal opportunity employer, LoDolce is a dating confidence coach for both men and women. With such videos as “How to be a Confident Man,” LoDolce approaches each topic with an “I’ve been there” philosophy.
Social Clout: 79 YouTube subscribers, 2,388 followers
Bragging Rights: No subject is taboo
One of only a few dating YouTube channels featuring the perspective of a man and a woman, “Ask Dan & Jennifer” tackles dating topics from a two-thronged approach. With nearly 70 million YouTube views, this self-described “#1 Love & Sex Resource” features short videos that jump right into the tips with sexy advice and free-of-judgment enthusiasm.
Social Clout: 32,520 YouTube subscribers, 8,808 likes
Bragging Rights: Life’s cheat sheet
With weekly video columns on GalTime.com and CupidsPulse.com, QuickieChick (aka Laurel House) offers a “cheat sheet to life for chicks.” Optimistic, fun and exciting, Quickie Chick encourages women to be unconventional and live in the moment. Everyone makes mistakes, says QuickieChick, but you need to learn from it and move on – plain and simple.
Social Clout: 4,779 YouTube subscribers, 2,666 followers
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