”Strangers ask each other these seemingly innocent questions all the time at bars, but the underlying meaning is clear: Are you intelligent for me to be interested?
Well, snobs everywhere can let out a collective sigh.
THE GOOD: It’s true that most of the men on Sparkology do have “good” jobs -- I saw many doctors, lawyers, engineers and bankers on the site. The site, which is quite expensive at to a month for women, is not something I would even use for free. The font and front-end appearance are ugly and everything is generally user-unfriendly. For example, when you are browsing other users’ profiles, when you click into one and then click out, you have to start at the first page of results again.
It supposedly syncs with your Facebook so you can see if you share mutual friends with the people you see on the site. I connected my Facebook account to my Sparkology profile and could not use the feature that allows you to import photos from Facebook.
Also 57 percent are women, which is good for us men. I will report back after I join as a free member to let you all know if it worth it. I really wonder, cause haven't found anything better, to be honest.
The thing is that I don't look for relationships, more for friends, so I need something that works for me perfectly.
After seeing the questions myself I can't imagine how and u can't see if the other person is a member or not either so it could be pointless anyways. I do like the algorithm workup though and thought it to be fairly accurate.
Do you have a high-enough-status job that I want to continue talking to you?
SPARKOLOGYSparkology is a paid dating website (with an app to accompany it) that is “for young professionals.” It purports to only allow in men from elite schools, but for whatever reason, it doesn’t matter where the women get their degrees.There are plenty of websites and dating apps that allow elitists can disseminate such information immediately -- even apps like Hinge and Coffee Meets Bagel give prominent placement to daters’ schools and workplaces.But dating services Sparkology and The League are unabashed about who makes the cut -- accomplished young professionals.Moreover, I saw a person on the site with whom I share dozens of Facebook friends, but Sparkology says “0 mutual friends.”They don’t encourage you to put up much info -- just an “About me” (vs.answering questions about interests or hobbies) and you can answer random questions like “Do you like horror movies?
It says it's German but yeah I just checked it out and my profile's buzzing with activity which makes it seem to good to be true, they let u ask questions and when u get the answers back u can't read them till u pay of course along with everything else remotely relevant.