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I ed the dating website in search of sex after getting bored with my wife, but instead I found love. I married my high school sweetheart. In the 12 years that followed, I felt comfortable in marriage. Our sex life is satisfactory: once a week and in basic positions. But the passion is gone, and a couple of years ago my physical attraction to my wife waned due to her weight gain. My libido has increased with age, and with this I grew more dissatisfied and resentful of the prospect of a sexually unfulfilled life.


VentureBeat Home. All the sessions from Transform are available on-demand now. Watch now. Have an affair. Some are just looking to chat with someone other than a spouse, some are seeking emotional validation or the fantasy of pursuing a secret sex life. Ashely Madison says it has a trove of data on how people behave, like how the site gets more ups on Mondays. The company became a household name in Julywhen hackers stole data on 32 million cheating spouses.

The leak of sensitive data led to spouses discovering that their ificant others were cheating. Divorces, breakups, and suicides ensued. The hackers also exposed that Ashley Madison used bots posing as attractive young women to lure men into engaging more with the site.

The company says it has since beefed up its security and rid itself of the bots. Duringthe company added 15, new members a day. I recently talked with chief strategy officer Paul Keable about all of this. We talked about investments in video and security innovations, as well as the psychology around affairs. Above: Paul Keable, chief strategy officer, has been at Ashley Madison for six years.

The reason to us is there are fractures, often, at home, and those are going to be amplified, dramatically. VentureBeat: What is the way you explain the existence of Ashley Madison for folks? Why is there demand for it, and why does it make sense to do it in the way you do?

Keable: In the early s, our founders saw something that really lit the proverbial lightbulb. That indicated to them that clearly there was a market for this. They created a place where people could be a little bit more honest in terms of what they were looking for, and meet similar people. That makes for a bad experience.

Keable: I pulled up the last three days, because so much has changed. I wanted to see what our daily ups were like. In our report, we averaged 15, new members every day. Keable: We reached 65 million members in We ed up about 5. It showed steady growth over the course of the year, and we continue to see that grow in VentureBeat: When you had the hack, what was the consequence of that? Did users disappear for a while or did you shut down for a while?

Keable: Obviously, that brought our s down, but even during the worst moments of that period, we were ing up more thanpeople a day. We put forth a plan that took 18 to 20 months to execute in terms of understanding what we needed to repair, what we needed to build, where we needed to build.

Obviously, that started with acquiring a whole new security team to look at how to change the technology, the software suite, and how people view security from a business standpoint. We listened to what our members needed.

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VentureBeat: I recall there being a lot of controversy around bots during the hack. Did something change in that case? Keable: Ruby, our parent corporation, when they purchased Ashley Madison infound that [the bot] program did exist at the time. Bywe had already begun to shut down that program. We turned it off in Canada, and then in Australia in We were working systematically to shut it down and improve the tech stack for our platform. Unfortunately, obviously, what occurred in exposed that program and made it look a lot worse than it was.

As soon as we shut it down, we still continued to grow from a membership standpoint.

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VentureBeat: How much of your growth is organic versus advertising? Where do you do advertising, if you do some of that? Keable: The vast majority of our traffic is organic.

Part of that, I think, is because our brand recognition goes beyond our size. We punch above our weight.

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That helps drive the organic eyes. They read stories about us in publications.

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In terms of where we can advertise, there are limitations, which is interesting. But at the same time, they block us but let other dating platforms advertise. Most of our stuff, we have to find publishers that are comfortable with the content. But most of it is online, from that perspective. VentureBeat: A lot of what we write about at VentureBeat is around disruptive innovation.

How do you think about that? Where do you feel you are on the leading edge? If you think about the idea of disruptive brands in the economy — what we really did was disrupt the whole dating concept. Traditional dating has worked pretty much the same way for eons. We created a whole new industry. We do look at ourselves as one of the original disruptors.

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