How About We is offering current Nerve Dating users a free six month subscription as they transition over to How About We.Alongside the for couples, for celebrities, and The Date Report, centered around dating and being single.In 1997, Rufus Griscom and Genevieve Field launched a website and e Mag dedicated to sex, relationships, and culture called Nerve.After spending eight years as president of everyone’s favorite satirical news source, The Onion, Sean Mills took over as the chief exec at Nerve, looking to bring the same brand loyalty and affinity people had for The Onion to Nerve’s community of sex-addicted readers.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.
Katz avoids the mainstream dating press releases, instead focusing on providing advice to his readers on a myriad of dating and relationship topics.
It’s clear that much of the early blush (read: stigma) around using online platforms to meet new people and pursue relationships has worn off.
But anyone who’s spent any time on dating websites knows that plenty of friction still exists, whether it be in the awkwardness of online-to-offline interaction, the inherent dangers of meeting an e Stranger, or the problem of having to rely on algorithms and science to find your perfect “match.” As much as dating sites strive to find a scientific method (or a more efficient way) by which to introduce us to the loves of our lives, many of them still feel impersonal and gimmicky, and, as Paumgarten points out in his article, it’s for this reason that online dating remains an isolating pursuit.
Although I'm somewhat biased (I've followed and admired since its inception and own several books they've published), and this dating blog isn't for the faint of heart or those easily offended by graphic language, I still find it the most entertaining and unusual dating blog of the bunch, and therefore am giving it the #1 ranking.
Unfortunately after a few years of fun, the Nerve Blog-A-Log has been removed from their website in 2010.