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    Default Cross sale Sports, Casino, Poker itp

    While reading the threads on the forum, many people think that you should not link to the sports casino website, etc. However, when browsing partner websites, the vast majority have sections and sports and casino etc. I would like to open a discussion on this interesting topic, I invite you to reflect.

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    I can't make sense of what you are actually talking about linking to.
    https://professionalrakeback.com

    We have bullet-proof revenue-share deals on online poker networks that:
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    C) charge insane fees

    Interested in a sub deal?

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    If you are promoting a casino site, or a sportsbook, why wouldn't you link to them with your affiliate link (whether cloaked or not)

    And I have personally read almost 100% of every post here at the GPWA in 20 years, and very few recommend against linking to the websites you promote.

    If you are questioning whether to link to other member's casino or sports websites, (at times debated here) I think if the link you provide to the visitor is pertinent to your visitor and relevant to the content, then done in moderation, linking to other quality sites is not a bad thing. Overdoing such a practice can have harmful effect though.

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    Yes, if it's related to content you write and don't look spammy then linking to a trusted source is good.

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    I may be wrong but I think the op is asking if it's OK to promote Sports, casino, bingo, poker all on one site
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    I got the same perspective here as allaboutthebets, and in which case it is totally fine to promote multiple verticals across one website - but better to focus on one specifically while the others are secondary products.

    We offer a template service (gamtech.co.uk) and support all verticals across all templates as its easy money to affs with traffic. Also very good for SEO as its more pages and more content.

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    I got the same perspective here as allaboutthebets, and in which case it is totally fine to promote multiple verticals across one website - but better to focus on one specifically while the others are secondary products.
    Well, if that is in fact the case, I agree with your advice. One focus, everything else, if you promote it at all, is a secondary vertical with far less content dedicated to it (otherwise I think it confuses Google).

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