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Welcome to Love Finder Online Dating we offer international dating services, find singles anywhere in the world for free.
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We are a free online dating site based in the UK providing worldwide dating services, as-well as providing dating services for you in your area , use our free dating website to find singles in your part of the world today you have nothing to lose.
Need to find someone really special? use our Compatibility Questionnaire and upload pictures to increase your chances of finding that special person.


About Online Dating

Online dating has been going for many years it started way back in the 80s through bulletin boards and newsgroups before the Internet as we know it today, back then it was all text, no pictures, no clicking on icons to move about the site. The bulletin boards, forums and news groups were promoted by the Internet service providers AOL, Prodigy who offered chat rooms, forums where people with similar interests could communicate. The first major sites were and of which the later is still going today with millions of visitors, both these sites was started by the same person back in 1994 and 1995 respectively, by the late 90s there were many more sites the market, it just exploded with over 20 major sites operating on the web. Even today there is still a stigma attached to either newspaper or online dating but this stigma is rapidly reducing we now see companies advertising on TV and radio. The business is still growing now worth millions of dollars.

Tips to creating your online dating profile

So you’ve taken the plunge and signed up to our online dating site. Now comes the hard bit creating your profile!. In the virtual world, your dating profile is a bit like your shop front, what people think about you, and of course you want the boy or girl of your dreams to be lured inside by your unique dating profile. With any luck they’ll leave thinking you are the best thing since sliced bread, the prospect of a real-life date is ever closer. But you’re not a boutique on Portobello Road, you’re a human being, so I’ll dispense with the hogwash allegories and get down to the nitty gritty.
When it comes to online dating potential suitors like photos. On the shallowest level, we all want to get a visual approximation of attractiveness. And I don’t mean shots with you and your ex, ‘hilarious’ pictures of you on a drunken night out or extreme close ups of individual parts of your face.
People like to see your visage all in one place and in the right order, thanks. Obviously everyone chooses their most flattering shots, so make sure you have a couple up there that show you in your best light. But please, ensure that you’re of the same ballpark age, weight and have the roughly the same amount of teeth as in your picture. And, in ensuring your features are clearly visible, you’ll also eliminate the suspicion that, for example, you may be missing an eye or have a mole the size of a satsuma on your chin. But if you do happen to be of just such a monocular construction or host an unexpected dermatological decoration, it’s no problem whatsoever unless you actively hide it. You’ll only get found out in the end; nobody likes surprises on first dates and it makes for very awkward small talk. In short, photographic honesty is always the best policy.
Once you’ve carefully selected your photos, it’s time to knuckle down to the sales pitch. When writing an online profile, length is always something to bear in mind. Too short a profile and you could appear lazy, lifeless or lacklustre. Too long, and you could come across as self-obsessed or pseudo-psychotic. Of all the profiles I’ve seen the ones that make the best impression are long enough to prove the person has interests, passions, life experiences and something about their personality to pique my curiosity, but they’re not so long that I’ve dozed off and dribbled on my keyboard. And when defining interests, it takes a little more effort than listing ‘sport, film, music and travel’ – I challenge anyone to not like a single sport, film, song or holiday destination. Be creative.
Details work wonders and catch the eye.Once you’ve carefully selected the choice titbits you’d like to use as bait for your prospective dates, you’ll also need to specify who it is you’re looking to meet, which usually involves setting certain parameters, such as age and height range. Don’t keep this too broad – you may seem rather desperate if you say you’re looking for someone between the ages of 18 and 80; show a little selectiveness lest you’re damned for using too wide a net to catch too many fish. Conversely, if you’re really fussy about such strictures, I’d suggest you’re a little more generous on limiting factors, because you’d be kicking yourself if you’d ruled out your perfect match just because they’re a year older or an inch shorter than you’d predetermined. It’s also imprudent to put too much personal detail in your ideal partner, such as “must not be a cheat” or ‘must like this particular activity in the boudoir’, as no doubt that says a lot more about you than it does about them.In short, off-putting profiles are the sorts that look lazy, dull, freakishly OTT or overeager. Take time writing it; sell yourself by being interesting but not boastful, intimidating or elitist. And although most people won’t be marking you on your use of literary flair, grammar and vocabulary, it doesn’t hurt to make sure you’re typo-free. With all that in mind what are you waiting for? Write yourself up, buttercup!


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