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.
More » Free dating abounds at Connecting Singles, which is geared towards US-based users.
Forums, email, local event listings and chat are all free here for singles seeking friendship or love.
One of the older dating blogs in existence (circa 2002), Online Dating Insider discusses why dating sites fail or flourish, interviews some of the top dating company movers and shakers, and offers personalized advice and information for dating business owners that can't be found elsewhere.
More » As the title suggests, this dating blog focuses entirely on helping geeks find their dream woman, with the help of online dating pros 'e' and assistant 'j', who are very female, very geeky, and very friendly.
More than once I've clicked on a link that I thought would show me something about my profile but instead took me offsite.
More » Like Plenty of Fish, Mingle2 offers its users free dating services by posting ads all over the site.These offerings have been carefully chosen from the tens of thousands of options currently available.The number of members, features, what makes them different than everyone else and the target markets they serve have all been taken into account.More » Evan Marc Katz, author of "I Can't Believe I'm Buying This Book: A Commonsense Guide to Internet Dating" (Buy Direct), and "Why You're Still Single" (Buy Direct) has one of the best dating blogs going right now.Katz avoids the mainstream dating press releases, instead focusing on providing advice to his readers on a myriad of dating and relationship topics.