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PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2008 5:15 pm 
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WASHINGTON TIMES -- Sep 5 -- Ashley Madison, a dating site that connects people who are already partnered but seeking no-strings-attached affairs, has 2.2m members and just launched a million-dollar advertising campaign. But national networks think America isn't quite ready for a dating site for the already attached. A billboard in New York's Times Square showed a couple entering a hotel room and urged, "Life is short. Have an affair in New York City." It was removed after just three days. The company bought ad time on channels including ESPN, CNN, Fox News Channel and Spike, but the networks seemed to have second thoughts. ESPN, for one, says it has instructed its affiliates to quit airing the ad.

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Surprising, I thought AM had much more than 2.2 million users.

They advertise on Howard Stern. I thought their membership would be much larger.

That says something about the size of the 'partnered dating' market.

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Thanks for sharing information regarding this dating app for already attached people. It is quite surprising that such apps exist. Anyway, I am a single man and interested in long term bisexual relationship. I wonder if you can suggest some good Gay Social Network to me!


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I'm not really sure how this leak influenced the site since they still have a great amount of traffic. Many of employees changed to another cougar dating site of VictoriaMilan.com :bom:


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Originally, the dating apps were getting overcrowded by too many users so they had to split the site in two. The site was influenced in many ways by the board of directors, but it did not stop people from moving to another Cougar dating website.


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