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  1. Bets, wins and losses from the US Elections

    by , 10 November 2016 at 11:07 pm
    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. And if you’ve been following the odds on betting sites, you’d know he was the underdog to win. To many, Hillary Clinton appeared to be a sure winner. But here’s some interesting facts that you may not know about the election.

    Carlos Slim, who is Mexico’s wealthiest man, lost approximately $5 billion after Donald Trump was elected. This was not on a bet, but rather the deflation ...
  2. Knowing if your ads work, and avoiding banner burnout

    by , 10 November 2016 at 10:39 pm
    When visitors see the same old ad constantly, it tends to be ignored. This is known as banner burnout. A method to deal with it is called frequency capping. I know myself personally, and when I visit a website, I tend to overlook any ad, once I know it is an ad. And if you pay particular attention to most casino ads, they have a variety of flashing lights and they beg to be ignored. How many flashing ads have you seen with claims of big bonuses? Of course they are common, so you need to be more ...
  3. Should you advertise on gambling forums?

    by , 10 November 2016 at 10:15 pm
    Gambling forums at first seem like a good source of traffic. And you'll find that any reasonably popular forum ranks well on Alexa. Advertising on a popular marketing website like the Warrior Forum may also seem like a good idea, if your target market is people with a website. But here's what you're missing.

    The majority of traffic on forums is not unique

    The general definition of a unique visitor is one unique IP address every 24 hours. A typical forum member may visit ...
  4. Will promoting live dealer roulette reduce affiliate revenue?

    by , 20 April 2016 at 7:26 pm
    It may sound like a strange question, because live dealer roulette is becoming very popular. This is ultimately because players are becoming smarter, and coming to realise there’s a very big difference between random number generators and real live games. This is especially the case when it comes to roulette.

    A real roulette wheel has many flaws, and is not mechanically perfect. This means that spins are predictable to a degree. In fact, rather than being the most unpredictable game, ...
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  5. Will inaccurate information penalize your website?

    by , 20 April 2016 at 6:47 pm
    This article is a follow-up to my previous post about Google’s fact algorithm. Basically it’s designed to give a lower rank to websites with inaccurate information. After all, the truth is not always popular. Currently, even an unpopular website created by a scammer can rank high, because it creates controversy and buzz on forums, therefore gets a lot of links. This is just one example of how a bad website ranks highly.

    Of course only Google knows the exact algorithms used to rank websites, ...
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