Although Tee Bee Dee is not a dating site, it has become a successful alternative for Boomers looking to find romance.
The network's winning formula for connecting people over 40 includes: An easy-to-use, FREE Members page, which helps Boomers discover new friends who live nearby or have similar interests.
In the latest Tee Bee Dee Boomer Poll, members were asked: What's the best way to meet people when you're over 40?
Hundreds of members responded with the following results: This is consistent with recent findings, such as NPD Group's "Entertainment Trends in America" study, which polled 11,600 consumers online and found that over 41% of Boomers have visited social networks. and are one of the fastest growing segments online.
Many people over 40 still feel embarrassed or shy about online dating, but this community includes married couples, newly divorced or widowed members, and people who are simply looking for a good conversation.
Romance can happen serendipitously, or you can use our tools to find a match.
Boomers are typically described as adults between 44 and 64 years old. But Boomers tend to be a bit more cautious about meeting random people online, and are gravitating toward niche sites to connect with people who are the same age and have shared interests, such as golf, politics, sports, or writing.
"Boomers embrace online dating, but often gravitate towards specialized sites such as Tee Bee Dee because they can get started in a friendly group environment," says Robin Wolaner, Tee Bee Dee CEO.
It is also the place where Boomers ask questions and receive advice on topics as varied as careers, finance, family, health, relationships, sex over 40, and much more.
"TBD is more like a neighborhood barbecue -- it's not a singles bar," says CEO and founder Robin Wolaner.
Unlike traditional dating sites, Tee Bee Dee offers the opportunity for newly single folks to test the waters before diving into online dating.
Then they can move on to meeting or dating when they're ready.
Tee Bee Dee ( a social network for adults 40 who believe life is still to be determined, offers the results of the latest Tee Bee Dee Weekly Boomer Poll.