Since the quest for a conventional relationship was clearly not working out for me, I decided in a moment of low self-worth, that I was going to actively seek out married men. read more
Hook up site AshleyMadison.com is again courting controversy after debuting a new billboard campaign south of Columbia, South Carolina, that uses a photo of ex Governor Mark Sanford to sell its tryst-arranging services. The ad appears on Interstate 26, 25 miles below South Carolina’s state capital, Columbia, and takes up two, stacked billboards. The top [...]
Hook-up site ArrangementFinders, part of the Ashley Madison empire, has erected a billboard in LA with the headline, "Need a Summer Job? Date a Sugar Daddy." The copy is accompanied by an image of Bree Olsen, porn star and spokesperson for the site. Hey, if a woman can make some coin of a rich guy and both parties consent, then why not? Via.
The Internet was supposed to make cheating easier. In the early 2000s, anonymous chat rooms, the birth of adultery website Ashley Madison, and social networks like MySpace seemed to promise the dawn of a new era of affairs. "Maintaining...Show More Summary
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Mark Sanford tackles his Argentine-mistress scandal head on in a new ad — and, no, it's not for Ashley Madison. More »
My wife never spends much time on line so I was delighted to find she's recently connected with some old friend named Ashley Madison.
Ashley Madison, the attention-starved company that aims to facilitate extramarital affairs, has released a fairly gross, Super Bowl-themed print ad (what is this, 1985??) in the San Francisco Examiner. The ad features a lady ref wearing a mini-skirt. Show More Summary
Right up there with PornHub in the great Super Bowl Free Publicity Land Grab game is Ashley Madison which just ran a print ad featuring a hotly-clad, coin-flipping female referee under the headline, "Do You Prefer Head or Tail?" Oh how...Show More Summary
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“Life is Short. Have an Affair.” Ashley Madison is a dating service that promises “discreet encounters” for married cheaters and the people who love them. Founded by Noel Biderman (aka the “King of Infidelity”), the service boasts a worldwide membership in the millions. via SF Weekly
Hispanic men and women who cheat on their wives and husbands are not really disgusting pigs. ¡No, señor! According to the authority in established cheating, Ashley Madison: “Hispanic men and women who cheat on their spouses are more monogamous in … Continue reading ?
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Ashley Madison, the infamous website that helps facilitate extramarital affairs for the would-be unfaithful, has a lot invested in figuring out where people are most likely to cheat on their spouses. So, they did a little research to find out which U.S. city has the most mistresses per capita, and guess what? It's us! [ more › ]
Another day, another Ashley Madison "scandal" involving a sexually suggestive billboard mocking a public official. This time, the adulterous online dating site Photoshopped a photo of Queen Sofia of Spain to make it look like her arms...Show More Summary
Noel Biderman, founder of Ashley Madison, a dating site for the married, talks about his company's breakup with Groupon and the challenges of owning a controversial business.
Do you like conflicts of interest? I hope so, because I have a doozy for you. Not only did I make an awful personal choice and have an affair with a married man, I also collaborated with Noel Biderman, the owner of Avid Life Media on a book, a TV show and a potential job. Thankfully, none of those three things came to pass. Here’s my cringey story. read more
Noel Biderman built a business everyone loves to hate: a dating website for cheating spouses. Here's what you can learn from it. Here's an entrepreneurial challenge for you: Build a business and a brand based on a service that many people would reject as "wrong"--at least publicly. Show More Summary
For online cheating enabler Ashley Madison, Mother's Day is big business. Well, at least the day after Mother's Day is.
If Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is a colossal fraud, and some lucky woman saved the "evidence" Monica Lewinsky style, they could soon become very rich. Controversial infidelity-dating site Ashley Madison is offering $1 million to anyone...Show More Summary