Ashley Madison Making Money Despite Competition

Despite being banned from South Korea and Singapore and blacked out from advertising on Bing, adultery site Ashley Madison has continued to be profitable.
Despite being banned from South Korea and Singapore and blacked out from advertising on Bing, adultery site Ashley Madison has continued to be profitable. According to an article in Forbes, AshleyMadison's parent company Avid Life Media grossed $115 million in 2014, up 45% from the $78 million grossed the previous year. 6.8 million users logged in over the last ninety days, out of a total 31 million lifetime users since the site launched in 2002. Ashley Madison's…...

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