Jazzed.com Dating Site Review – Part 1

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Jazzed.com launched in April 2011 by eHarmony.com. Their goal is to create a dating site that integrates social media to improve the overall customer experience. They allow you to choose which social media sites you want to connect to such as Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, and YouTube. Jazzed.com requires you to fill out your entire profile which is screened for completeness and to prevent fraudulent accounts.

On its homepage, it gives a very simple form for you to fill out to begin building your profile. What is different about eHarmony is that you are seek same sex partners like www.compatiblepartners.net.
Once in, you are asked simple questions such as first name, confirm location (zip code), ethnicity. You will then be prompted to enter physical features – height, body type, eye and hair color. Next are some habitual questions which are becoming standard in a lot of dating sites such as if you smoke or drink and if so how often. These are questions that may be deal breakers for certain people. Good to get these out of the way. After these you are asked about your education background. Most of these questions allow you to select “I’ll tell you later” but I assume you will need to fill it out sooner or later.

Next you will be asked about what you do for a living. Pretty interesting and wide range of selection here. I guess the unemployed need not apply. Immediately, you will be prompted to enter your income.

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Continue with building your profile. You will be asked about your marital status. Similar to eHarmony, you will not be able to continue if you are currently married. Following this question, you can indicate if you have children or not, if they are with you full / part time or not at your house. Not sure what that would mean. You are also given an opportunity if you want kids or not.

Next is the question about your religion.

At the interests and hobbies section, you are allowed to select as many as possible. I suppose it would increase your chances.


Next is another interesting one. You can answer what best fits you in a social setting. I guess this would be used as part of their matching process. The following two questions are alike in a way.


You are then asked more questions about your likes such as type of movies and how you would like to spend your vacation.

Lastly, you are asked if you have been on other online dating sites before.

I’m having problems with this post so I will continue with part duex!