Ellen De Generes revealed on the Thursday, January 11, episode of The Ellen De Generes Show that her father has passed away.
Still, Keable said he “would have no reason to disavow” comments from the former parent company’s ex-president, who told Reuters last July the company was on track to produce sales of million in 2016, with an Ebitda margin between 35 percent and 40 percent. Ashley Madison makes money by charging credits to members to start conversations on the site, typically for under . Still, Ashley Madison is making loud claims about one stat in particular: a 1-to-1 ratio of signups by women and men in New York City.
Ashley Madison is back — and this time it’s dumping a new kind of data.
Not only is the disgraced hookup site for cheating spouses mounting a comeback, it’s claiming some hard-to-believe numbers when it comes to new users — upwards of 400,000 a month worldwide, a company spokesman told The Post.
It also would imply that the average monthly signup rate since the hack has been north of 750,000 — a huge number by the standards of most any dating app these days. “In the summer of 2015 we experienced unprecedented media coverage of our business” — and unprecedented signups despite the hacking scare, according to Keable.
“Our monthly new member account additions have not been verified by a third party, but we stand behind them,” Keable insists.
Keable admits to Ashley Madison’s having once used bots, while insisting that the practice is “a relic left over” from the site’s previous owner, Avid Life Media.