”), eye color, height, ethnicity, body type, a description of your looks (self-rated from “Average looking” to “Stunning looking”), marital status, children, smoking habits, country, zip code, and date of birth.
After inputting the essential info, new members choose a username and password, upload a photograph, and write three descriptive paragraphs based on the prompts “A little about me,” “About the one I’m looking for,” and “I’d just like to add…” Once the initial profile has been completed, members have the option of adding more detailed information to their profiles.
What differentiated my Yearbook from other social networking sites was that it specialized in helping users meet new people, rather than taking the Facebook approach of connecting friends who already know each other.
The added perk of social flash games also gave my Yearbook a popularity boost.
This may compromise your chances of having a second date.