View Poll Results: Will 2014 be better than 2013?

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  • Revenue will grow more than 75% in 2014.

    3 27.27%
  • Revenue will grow 51% to 75% in 2014.

    1 9.09%
  • Revenue will grow 31% to 50% in 2014.

    2 18.18%
  • Revenue will grow 16% to 30% in 2014.

    2 18.18%
  • Revenue will grow 6% to 15% in 2014.

    1 9.09%
  • Revenue will stay the same (within 5%).

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink 6% to 15% in 2014.

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink 16% to 30% in 2014.

    1 9.09%
  • Revenue will shrink 31% to 50% in 2014.

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink 51% to 75% in 2014.

    1 9.09%
  • Revenue will shrink more than 75% in 2014.

    0 0%
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    Question Gaze into a Crystal Ball - Will 2014 be better than 2013?

    Calendar year 2014 begins in less that a week, so if you have not yet thought about or set goals for the new year, now is a good time.

    Share your plans for the upcoming year - what are you going to do new or differently to make the new year different than 2013?

    And gaze into your crystal ball and hazard a guess as to how your revenue this year will compare to your revenue for 2013. Will it be better? Will it be worse? By a lot or by a little? And be sure to share the reasons you think it will change for the better or for the worse.

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    I voted 51-75% growth. It seems that with the changes in Jersey a lot more people are becoming comfortable again.

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    I voted 31-50%. For next year I have a lot plans to go more international. Since I started in this industry about 1,5 year ago I've been focusing on the local Belgian market and a bit on Denmark. I already started working on new websites that will launch next year. Those will not focus on just the local market.

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    +75%

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    For Casino City, affiliate revenue grew a little over 16% in calendar year 2013 versus calendar year 2012. I do expect an increased rate of growth this year due to a variety of factors. Most particularly to new customization efforts tailored to better meet the needs of our visitors, and to new initiatives we have planned to provide additional information to our visitors that I believe will allow us to do even better helping them decide to play. Overall, my expectation is that growth will be in the 16% to 30% range in 2014 versus 2013, but I hope we will be at the higher end of that range this coming year.

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    It is good that everybody's optimistic about 2014.

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    I voted +75% but my revenue should grow much more than that.

    For most part of this year I had a hacked site and many script errors on the other one, at the same time spending most of my resources on starting two non-gambling companies. One was a success, the other was not. College also took a lot of my time.

    2013 was actually the worst year I've had when it comes to gambling revenue, I traded it off for other things. In 2014 I intend to run my portfolio as if it was a company with different branches. I won't work on the projects which I like, but on projects which are good and which deserve the time/money investment. That will make all the difference.

    I'm also getting some help as I've reached the limit where I'd have to clone myself to go on.

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