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Better than a Pub Crawl: National Singles’ Week Blog Crawl! September 18, 2009

Posted by Onely in Guest Bloggers, Guest Posts, single and happy, Singles Resource, Some Like It Single.
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Happy National Singles’ Week!!

To celebrate, we’re thrilled to be participating in a first-ever blog crawl! For the next six days, when you hit us here, we’ll redirect you elsewhere (details below). And next Saturday, September 26th, to conclude the crawl, we’ll be hosting Singles-Advocate Extraordinaire, Dr. Bella DePaulo here at Onely!

So, Copious Readers: Pull up a chair, pour a glass of wine, and let’s get our READ on!


Join millions of people as they crawl the web’s most popular blogs for singles, during the first SingleWomenRule.com’s Blog Crawl for National Singles Week. In the virtual world, a blog crawl works like a pub crawl, or museum crawl in the real world; each day, you’ll visit a designated blog to read featured blog posts from our favorite voices in the singles community.

“The Blog Crawl is an excellent example of the strength and connectivity of the online singles community,” said Terry Hernon MacDonald of SingleWomenRule.com.  Hernon MacDonald, author of the e-book, How to Attract and Marry the Man of Your Dreams, co-founded SingleWomenRule.com last August.

Featured guest bloggers include Dr. Bella DePaulo, notable psychologist and author of Singled Out: How Singles Are Stereotyped, Stigmatized, and Ignored, and Still Live Happily Ever After; author of the novel The Divorce Party, Laura Dave; dating/relationship writer and author of The Real Reasons Men Commit, Kimberly Dawn Neumann, writer Simone Grant of Sex, Lies and Dating, dating coach Ronnie Ann Ryan of NeverTooLate.biz, and Maryanne Comaroto, author of Hindsight: What You Need to Know Before You Drop Your Drawers.

“We hand-picked the guest bloggers and host blogs for their tenacious spirit and voice,” said Hernon MacDonald.  “Guiding readers from blog to blog in a crawl helps each blog build their readership, while bringing a fresh perspective and new audience via the guest bloggers, each day.”

The Blog Crawl begins on the first day of National Singles’ Week, Sunday, September 20, 2009.

“On Sunday, we’ll start our crawl with Kimberly Dawn Neumann on Vanessa Torres’ site, That Happened to Me.  Then on Monday, we’ll crawl over to Singlutionary for a guest post by writer Simone Grant,” said Hernon MacDonald.  “Each day of National Singles’ Week, we’ll get a great post from our guest bloggers, and an opportunity to read some different blogs for all aspects of single life.”

The Blog Crawl ends on Saturday, September 26, 2009 with Dr. DePaulo blogging on Onely.org.

Hernon-MacDonald said, “SingleWomenRule.com’s Blog Crawl 2009 is an innovative and exciting opportunity for the online singles community to show solidarity, strength and community during National Singles’ Week.”

SingleWomenRule.com’s Blog Crawl for National Singles Week
Sunday, September 20, 2009 – Saturday, September 26, 2009

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Kimberly Dawn Neumann on That Happened to Me

Monday, September 21, 2009

Simone Grant on Singlutionary

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Ronnie Ann Ryan on Single Women Rule

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Terry Hernon MacDonald on Sex, Lies & Dating

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Maryanne Comaroto on Dating Advice Almost Daily

Friday, September 25, 2009

Laura Dave on Living Single

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Dr. Bella DePaulo on Onely


1. Rachel’s Musings » Get Ready for National Singles’ Week - September 19, 2009

[…] (Hats off and hat tip to crawl participants Onely!) […]

2. ftfmarket - April 26, 2010

nice blog..

3. Two Becomes One - July 30, 2010

What a great idea!

4. ryan the how to be attractive to girls guy - October 18, 2011

Never heard of a blog crawl before. Sounds like fun. I try to teach guys how to be attractive to girls. not sure I know how to do that on a blog crawl

5. Penpals.be - December 30, 2011

It’s a great way for blogs and bloggers to come together – great idea!

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