Online Dating Blog Carnival – August 8, 2007

Welcome to the August 8, 2007 edition of online dating blog carnival.

When I decided to experiment with the whole blog carnival thing last month, I wasn’t sure exactly what was going to happen. There didn’t seem to be much interest to begin with, making me think that maybe the whole thing was a waste of time. Luckily,
after the rather modest beginning in July (thanks to all those that contributed!) it seems things are starting to pick up for this carnival. This month sees a broader range of topics covered with an interesting choice of topics. So here we go…

Dating & relationship tips or advice

Laura Young presents It’s Never the Answer Anyone Wants to Hear posted at Dragon Slayer, saying, “She was second and third guessing every step she was taking in her new relationship because she didn’t want to get burned yet again. “How do I control these thoughts?” she wondered, exasperated and desperately wanting to just “figure this relationship thing out” so she could relax and, um, enjoy it.”

Online Dating tips or advice

Bonny Albo presents Opening Lines Not To Use in Your Online Dating Profile posted at Web Dating.

Warren Wong presents How To Get Over a Guy / Girl posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Are you feeling sad and lonely because of a guy or a girl? Here’s how you get over them and move on.”

Warren Wong presents How to Stop Hurt Feelings From Dating posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Are your feelings hurt from dating or being in a relationship? Here’s some practical advice about how not to be.”

The Demon presents Facebook And Myspace: A Picture Is Worth 1000 Dates posted at Date Demon, saying, “When someone sees your profile picture on facebook or myspace, it is that picture that defines you. Your picture will be the first thing someone looks at in order to make a first impression of you. This article explains how to optimize your picture to get the most out of it in a dating context.”

site reviews

Nick Roy presents Greek Dating and Social Networking Site for Greek Singles posted at Workplace Visions.

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Online Dating Blog Carnival #1

Welcome to the July 16, 2007 edition of the Online Dating Blog Carnival.
After some unexpected downtime, this edition (which happens to be the first) is finally happening. I’ve had an interesting range of submissions and tried to keep the content fairly diverse.

Here is what people have come up with.

Dating & relationship tips or advice

FitBuff presents 4 Reasons Why She Doesn’t Call You Back posted at’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “Next day. She still hasn’t called back. She must be busy, right? Probably hasn’t checked her voicemail yet. Day 3: Still nothing. But, she gave me her real number, so I know she likes me, and she’ll call back! Day 4, 5, 6: (crickets chirping)”

Conan Stevens presents Tall Guys And Relationships / Finding a Girlfriend posted at Conan Stevens Online.

edithyeung presents The 7 Rules of Networking Made Easy posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

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Introducing the Online Dating Blog Carnival

Blog CarnivalI’ve just joined Blog Carnival and I am setting up an online dating carnival. Blog carnivals are blog-hosted columns that collect expert-written articles on a particular topic. Sort of like a little news aggregators hosted on a blog. It’s a good way to forge links with other blogs and get stuff out there. I am giving it a go to see if it turns into anything interesting. I have no idea if anyone ever looks at the thing.
If you have a blog that’s to do with online dating in any way, feel free to read all about blog carnivals and submit your own posts to be included in mine.

The first edition of this will be posted on July 10, assuming I get enough posts to include. Otherwise, I’ll just extend the deadline 🙂
If it looks like it’s going to get any interest, I’ll move this stuff to its own page.

Seeing as I can’t seem to be able to put the widget on this blog for now, please submit via our Blog Carnival index page or email any links to

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