Common faux pas include group photo crops, photos taken in the mirror, or a photo that’s out of date. The Internet has solved everything from dinner reservations to apartment hunting.Now a new wave of innovative companies promising to solve your dating 2.0 needs.But if you’ve made it into some of the nation’s most prestigious universities, at least one dating service wants to help you out.The Right Stuff Dating.com, which bills itself as “the Ivy League of dating,” is a place for students, alumni and faculty from top schools to make a romantic connection.“People tend to try to date people who have similar educational backgrounds as them,” said the site’s president and co-founder Dawne Touchings.Today, Sparkology moves from private to public beta with 500 registered members.In under a month, Sparkology has created a name for itself and New York's most eligible single men and women are taking notice.
Sparkology, an exclusive online dating experience for New York City’s young professionals, today announced the addition of dating Concierges Donna Barnes, Laurie Davis, and Jojo Yang to their team.
Many of the men already on the site studied law, medicine or business.
Sparkology Founder Alex Furmansky established this invite-only social club on the principle of quality over quantity.
For stories, interviews, or to get what you really want (a free trial membership to "evaluate" the site for your story), send a quick note to Gaby For access to our press kit please email Gaby Azulay at [email protected] Owner Cameron Amigo and Evan Mark Katz (California-based dating coach, author, and founder of e-Cyrano, an online writing site that helps people write and critique their dating profiles) discuss how to write an online dating profile. From our experience, Sparkology is by and large the most innovative and honest online dating experience out there.
Aimed at young professionals, the site recruits males who have graduated from top universities and ambitious young city-based females on an invite-only basis.