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Social Clout: 249K Facebook likes; 36.6K Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @e Harmony URL: eharmony.com/dating-advice/dating-tips-men Based in Australia but with contributors based around the world, D’Marge sells itself as “the thinking man’s style blog.” It believes in this image of itself that dating columns are categorized as vices.
Dating is part of the world, so obviously it’s covered here.
The category isn’t totally centered on men and questions they’ll have, but most of the entries are about wooing women.
Wygant doesn’t appeal to one specific set of guys; his clients run the gamut from location to economic class.
Social Clout: 9,217 Facebook likes; 6,147 Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @Davidwygant URL: It might be a little (OK, a lot) raunchy, but “the world’s largest men’s magazine” puts out a gem or two on a regular basis.
These listicles provide a great introduction to dating advice.
Social Clout: 937K Facebook likes; 96.5K Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @How Stuff Works URL: health.howstuffworks.com/relationships/tips Match is DA’s top pick of dating sites, coming in with 4.9 out of 5 stars.
Social Clout: 3.7M Facebook likes; 2.82M Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @Mens Health Mag URL: menshealth.com/sex-women How Stuff Works details how the world works.
It was housed in the former Atlantic Coastline Railroad depot, the Museum was home to the history of Southwest Florida.
Whether for driving directions or dating, no man wants to admit both to himself and to anyone else that he’s lost.
Art of Charm has four different “Art of…” topics, all for the purpose of making the site “where ordinary guys become extraordinary men.” The site has been featured on a number of mainstream outlets, and there’s also a podcast for those more audibly inclined.
Social Clout: 34K Facebook likes; 24.6K Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @The Artof Charm URL: theartofcharm.com/art-of-dating Spreading the “New Chivalry Movement” through his blog, James Michael Sama prides himself on being a modern gentleman who is trying to change the world in his own way.