Create The Right Impression With The Perfect Dating Profile API

Candice McMillan
Nov. 27 2012, 10:00AM EST

First impressions are pretty key, right? Especially when it comes to dating. When meeting someone for the first time you have the opportunity to size each other up, say your bit; all while acting on your best and most charming behaviour. But what about meeting someone online? When you're not actually in front of a person putting your best foot forward, all you have is a snapshot and written profile to work its magic for you. In this case, it's probably a good idea to make sure that the photograph and profile are working in your favor. That's where the Perfect Dating Profile API comes in. This tool offers a professional photography and profile writing service as well as an API that makes the data available to third party developers.

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Perfect Dating Profile offers users the opportunity to create dating profiles that work. The goal is to help people represent themselves accurately and create the best first impressions by getting help from people in the know. Here's how it works:

Photo  shoot:

  • Users enter their postcodes and are supplied with a portfolio of photographers in their area
  • Users can click the link on the chosen photographer's portfolio and complete an order form
  • The photographer will then call to make an appointment and confirm details
  • Users can pick a location that is convenient for them and the photographer will meet them there
  • Once the professional photos have been received, the user simply uploads the best one to their profile

Profile writing:

  • Users can arrange to have their profiles reviewed and edited
  • Users can also opt to have their profiles completely re-written by a professional

The Perfect Dating Profile API allows this photo and profile writing data to be integrated in to any online dating site. Developers interested in making use of this functionality can view an API demo or download the integrated documentation on the website.

Candice McMillan

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