Spark.com detailed review
Requires all profiles to have a photo
Color Code personality test
Ability to see who is viewing your profile and added to their hot list
All members are able to respond
Free compatibility test
All Profiles have photos
Cheaper than other sites that have compatibility tests
Profiles in general tend to be more complete
Lots of advertisement
No way of browsing through keywords / interest
Unable to view activity status
No testimonies on website
I had some issues getting through the “Enter Your Zip Code” part to find people near my area. Once I got through the basic profile information, I went through a series of personality test. It asks me 30 questions with 4 words to select the best world that describe me as a child. From question 31-45 are situation questions of what I would do if placed in a certain situation.
Once I get passed the initial registration, I am given three options – Become a Subscriber, Complete Your Profile, and Read My Color Code Profile.
I clicked on ‘Become a Subscriber’ which took me to a page advertising their premium and member fees. It ensures they notify you that they are far cheaper than match.com or eharmony.com. I disregarded the form and clicked on the logo which took me to the search page. It gave me 3 featured profiles / matches to view. You have good access to other profiles but can only make contact when you subscribe to their paid membership.
Registration was pretty quick taking about 15-20 min. It has a mini compatibility test which they used to match me with people and they also allow you to conduct searches on your own.
Sign up through here and give it a try now!
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