It's important to present yourself in a positive light in your online profiles, although that's kinda moot, as Geocities seems to be having technical problems recently. Put your best face forward, by having it be your not-quite-real one, with Avatomics.
Avatomics is an ATL-based service that turns a photo of you into a comic strip-worthy graphic avatar for online profiles, completely handled by a local social media-specializing artist/web developer who got started when an employer had him create cartoon versions of his staff, though thankfully not his staph, as that would just get under people's skin. Start by uploading a hi-res color photo of yourself, then customize your background hue with their color-picker and leave specific touch-up instructions in the comment box, with previous requests ranging from "make me look younger" to "more hair", although it's quite difficult to fit in your head and the entire case of the American tribal love-rock musical. Once received, the pic's loaded into Manga Studio to serve as a tracing reference, then the lines are digitally "inked" to become bolder before it's exported to Photoshop for coloring/shading; he asks for a 10-day turnaround even though it's a two-hour process, as since he's become a new dad "that became unrealistic pretty fast" -- something everyone finally noticed about Seagal movies after The Glimmer Man.
The site'll soon offer additional options like caricatures and zombie-fied avatars, and he's mulling the thought of World of Warcraft-style full-body cartoons, but still needs to "determine if that's something people would pay for", unlike Geocities, which has the most unshakable of monetization plans: neighborhoods, yo!