is a 100% free dating site visited by 2,912,368 people/month.

These people visit 36,162,194 times/month at an average of 18:54 minutes/visit.

The majority are Male, 35-49 Years Old, Caucasian with a High School Education and a Household Income of $30-60k per Year.

On, your gender odds are 1.08 men/woman (or 0.92 women/man).

Updated on 2009/01/03.

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Item Value
Sources: View Tabs for Details
Subscription Price $0/Month
People 2,912,368 People/Month
Gender 52% Male
Age 40% 35-49 Years of Age
Household Income 28% $30-60k per Year


Web Statistics's People/Month Graph from Compete

Metric Value
Source: Compete
People/Month 2,912,368 People/Month
Growth/Year 46.4%
Visits/Month 36,162,194 Visits/Month
Stay/Visit 18:54 Minutes/Visit
Pages/Visit 30.2 Pages/Visit



Gender Percent
Male 52% Male 52%
Female 48% Female 48%


Age Percent
Under 17 0% Under 17 0%
18-34 35% 18-34 35%
35-49 40% 35-49 40%
50+ 24% 50+ 24%


Household Income Percent
$30k or Less 23% $30k or Less 23%
$30-60k 28% $30-60k 28%
$60-100k 21% $60-100k 21%
$100k or More 28% $100k or More 28%


Ethnicity Percent
Caucasian 87% Caucasian 87%
African American 5% African American 5%
Asian 2% Asian 2%
Hispanic 5% Hispanic 5%
Other 1% Other 1%


Education Percent
No College 46% No College 46%
College 42% College 42%
Grad School 12% Grad School 12%

Children in Household Percent
Source: Quantcast
No 73% No 73%
Yes 27% Yes 27%



Item Cost
People/Dollar: Monthly People / Monthly Cost
Cost per Month $0/Month
People/Dollar 2,912,368 People/Dollar
Cost per Year $0/Year
People/Dollar 2,912,368 People/Dollar
Free Trial Not Applicable
Limitations Not Limited

Note: People/Dollar for 100% Free dating sites is the total People/Month.

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  1. Steve wrote::

    The Good is user-focused, community-driven and 100% free.

    It has an active forum, a large membership and an incredible rate of growth.

    Advanced search has many options and results can be displayed as a photo gallery.

    Visually, it’s not the prettiest site in the world (and the markup gives the W3C HTML Validator a heart attack) but it’s free so I am not going to look a gift horse in the mouth.

    The Bad

    Many profile photos are poorly resized and/or of low quality.

    I am not a fan of the animated “smiley” banner ads. The one on the FAQ page led to a site with a “yellow” SiteAdvisor website safety rating.

    The Beautiful was created by a remarkable man named Markus Frind.

    In his words: is here to make a difference and help people find “the one”. It was created by members spreading the word about it, and is FOR the members.

    Those are not just words. Markus is fiercely loyal to his users and leaves a lot of money on the table for their sake.

    For example, members can block messages from whole groups of users they are not interested in. Most of his competitors shun this feature because it slashes profits.

    In addition to a good heart, Markus has a beautiful mind.

    He runs the site out of his apartment single handedly (with some help from his girlfriend) using only 4 (!) servers. His competitors, on the other hand, all have at least 200 employees and about 300 servers. In a post on Webmaster World (where Markus devotes time to helping fellow webmasters), he said it comes down to algorithms, AI and optimization.

    Update 2008/07/20: Markus Frind opened an office and now has a total of three employees, one employee for every 250,000 *daily* active users. Source: Plentyoffish Office (The Paradigm Shift)

    Worth Visiting?

    Yes. Plenty of fish, indeed.

    Worth Subscribing?

    Yes. You have nothing to lose (it’s free) and so much to gain.

    More importantly, I’d rather support a small business that focuses on maximizing user satisfaction than a large corporation that, by its nature, must focus on maximizing shareholder returns.

    Friday, May 16, 2008 at 5:15 pm #
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