Each person has his own love story. Decades or even several years ago Internet was not involved in dating opportunities. Those who were looking for love needed to spend (or sometimes waste) time going out and doing things to attract another person’s attention. Now life seems easier. You can date online sitting at a home computer. There are dating opportunities for every person on the planet – any age, any country, and any preference. There are no borders and no restrictions in this respect. All depends on you personally. What you need to take most seriously is your profile. Normally there are several parts of the profile you need to create – basic information about yourself and the person you expect to meet, photos showing how attractive you are, and description of what kind of person you are. Try to be yourself there – this should make it easier to find the right partner. Give yourself honest characteristics, don’t try to impress everyone for no reason. We in our turn will help you upload your best photos to the internet resource of your choice so that as many potential partners as possible like you. When it comes to online dating, a photo is generally the thing that is going to get a viewer’s attention. With so many potential candidates to look through, people need some sort of a starting point and many will begin with the way a person looks. First of all, your photos need to be the best – professional if possible. It’s important to upload at least one portrait photo. In case you don’t like the way you look there exist several tips for improving your appearance. Now comes the image size. You may find out that the photos you like most are bulky and resist being uploaded to the online resource. To shrink your photos use ImageConverter Plus. Our resize options vary – you can specify in percent or inches to what degree the photo should get smaller. Please note that the quality of your photo will not deteriorate. Our converter works the way that the quality of the resized image file stays as high as possible. This preparatory work is more tedious than chatting with someone you find, but it’s not less important.