But that doesn't mean you don't have control over your fate. In this post, I am going to teach you a few steps to help make this happen.
You also shouldn't choose a photo from five years ago: picture quality has improved dramatically in the last couple of years, so viewers will probably detect that it's old.Avoid pictures where someone has to pick you out of a crowd, too, or squint to see you, and be sure to choose a very clear shot of your face for your main picture: it needs to be eye-catching even when scaled down to thumbnail size.Davis, 29, lives in New York and we find her especially credible for having turned a Twitter flirtation of her own into a serious relationship."A dating site is only as good as the matches on it for you," says Davis.
What's right for the Brooklyn hipster might not be right for the Manhattan corporate type (think if you're the former, if you're the latter).
While you're probably most familiar with the big online dating outposts - like and e Harmony - don't overlook the many niche sites out there, from Cupidtino, geared towards fans of Apple products (made in Cupertino, CA -- get it? You want your prospective mate to meet you in person before he meets you via search engine.