WealthyMen.com is a wealthy dating site visited by 52,610 people/month.

These people visit 120,488 times/month at an average of 09:06 minutes/visit.

The majority are Female, 18-34 Years Old, Caucasian with a High School Education and a Household Income of $100k Plus per Year.

On WealthyMen.com, your gender odds are 0.45 men/woman (or 2.23 women/man).

Updated on 2009/02/02.

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Item Value
Sources: View Tabs for Details
Subscription Price $24.95/Month
People 52,610 People/Month
Gender 69% Female
Age 42% 18-34 Years of Age
Household Income 28% $100k Plus per Year


Web Statistics

WealthyMen.com's People/Month Graph from Compete

Metric Value
Source: Compete
People/Month 52,610 People/Month
Growth/Year -84.5%
Visits/Month 120,488 Visits/Month
Stay/Visit 09:06 Minutes/Visit
Pages/Visit 15.1 Pages/Visit



Gender Percent
Male 31% Male 31%
Female 69% Female 69%


Age Percent
Under 17 11% Under 17 11%
18-34 42% 18-34 42%
35-49 32% 35-49 32%
50+ 15% 50+ 15%


Household Income Percent
$30k or Less 25% $30k or Less 25%
$30-60k 26% $30-60k 26%
$60-100k 21% $60-100k 21%
$100k or More 28% $100k or More 28%


Ethnicity Percent
Caucasian 76% Caucasian 76%
African American 12% African American 12%
Asian 2% Asian 2%
Hispanic 9% Hispanic 9%
Other 1% Other 1%


Education Percent
No College 51% No College 51%
College 40% College 40%
Grad School 9% Grad School 9%

Children in Household Percent
Source: Quantcast
No 61% No 61%
Yes 39% Yes 39%



Item Cost
People/Dollar: Monthly People / Monthly Cost
Cost per Month $24.95/Month
People/Dollar 2,109 People/Dollar
Cost per Year $199.80/Year
People/Dollar 3,160 People/Dollar
Free Trial Yes
Limitations Communication Limited

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Comments (2)

  1. Steve wrote::

    The Good

    WealthyMen.com had a quick and easy registration.

    The Bad

    It offered no information without registration.

    Membership fees were recurring, not one-time (a common theme in dating sites but still unwelcome).

    The Ugly

    In their free “trial” (using the term loosely), search results were thumbnails only!

    When was she last online? What kind of man is she looking for? Is smoking a dealbreaker?

    If you wanted to see ANY information other that age, location or type of relationship sought, you needed to upgrade to a paid membership.

    The Odd

    According to Compete’s web stats, WealthyMen.com had an amazing growth rate of 954% over one year (the highest of any dating site on our list).

    Studying their history over the last year, however, traffic steadily decreased from about 700k to under 300k visitors over an 8 month period. Then, it suddenly jumped to over 2 million within a couple of months.

    During this spike in traffic, WealthyMen.com had poor engagement values (2.0 pages/visit and 0:54 minutes/visit – the worst of any dating site on our list).

    It is my uneducated guess that the spike was probably due to an aggressive advertising campaign (not a “natural” traffic increase).

    Worth a Visit?

    No. In the free trial, profile information was not complete enough to make any purchase decision.

    Worth Subscribing?

    No. I do not recommend doing business with companies that do not clearly state their prices. Registration required to view prices is a dealbreaker in my book. If every business on the Internet required registration to view prices, comparison shopping would take days instead of hours.

    Tuesday, June 10, 2008 at 3:44 pm #
  2. Thomas Glas wrote::

    Avoid. When I visited WealthyMen.com it tried to install something called “ieSnare” on my PC. Luckily my security software caught it.

    Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 1:57 pm #
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