Blogs on internet dating
Baggage Reclaim was created by Natalie Lue as an attempt to figure out the reason why she kept attracting ‘Mr Unavailables’.
Her self-help style blog includes a weekly podcast, ‘The Baggage Reclaim Sessions’.
This explores topics based on questions her readers and listeners have, and encourages women to identify why they have been suffering from relationship woes.
This year Nat will also begin holding courses, including ‘How to break up’.
Targeted at both men and women, James Preece is a dating coach and expert who provides singles with useful advice on how they can master dating and confidence.
Offering ‘how to’ tips on what men and women want from a relationship, and touching on various topics such as ‘how to tell if someone is flirting with you’, James aims to help readers turn their date into a relationship.
Content speaks both to men and women, offering advice and interviews with stars including Fred Sirieix (First Dates) and Renee Graziano (Mob Wives).
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
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From giving readers relationship advice in the digital age, to recommending the best sex toys, Naomi Narrative is an essential dating guide for single females.
Paul Thomas Bell (PTB) is written from a male perspective, which aims to give readers total honestly about dating, sex and relationships.
As well as founding the UK’s first dating photography business, Saskia Nelson also runs Hey Saturday – a blog aimed at providing singles with dating advice.