View Poll Results: Do you have websites outside of gambling?

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    Default Do you have websites that are not focused on gambling?

    It seems many affiliates only have one site focused on gambling but don't have more in their portfolio especially non-gambling or mainstream marketing sites. Some affiliates have diversified long ago while other are quickly planning some form of exit strategy or websites outside of the gaming business.

    Read a few affiliates who have already diversified their portfolio:
    http://gaffg.com/blog/diversifying-affiliate-portfolio/

    Where do you stand?

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    I once had a bit of both . See www.cruises-gambling.com , what do you think?
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    Yuval Harari

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    I have a 5,000+ page site that has been in development for the past 6 months. It's a user review and geographical search site for a very mainstream niche, should be launching soon once I've finished tweaking
    onlinegamblingwebsites.com - Formally known as goodbonusguide.

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    I've got a couple of non-gambling domain names that I want to develop. One is for online dating, and the other is for affiliate programs. I'm really tempted to start them soon, would be a nice back up income to have for the future.

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    I lost interest in the one I had started. Other niches are now on my top to-do list. It's best to do everything we can to feel more secure making our living online IMO.

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    Yes, I have some non-gambling sites I also have a non-profit (hobby) site.

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    I have a bass website that I have not updated in a while.

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    My very first website was a non gambling website and is still going strong today. Alas no idea how to monetize it: www.politicsandcurrentaffairs.co.uk
    Exit stage left

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuval View Post
    I once had a bit of both . See www.cruises-gambling.com , what do you think?
    This is great Yuval. A unique idea I'd say.

    How did you come by it? I mean, what made you decide to combine cruises and gambling?
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    I Started promoting gambling sites mainly because I felt it was the hardest. I know they say do one and and do it well, but after 3 years and almost no money coming in I started doing various other sites in the health, beauty and other niche sites. So far I have made more money on those and they actually are much easier to rank. I personally think its not good to have all your eggs in one basket. I have had sites de-listed, probably for good reasons and others which have brought me in some good income but all of a sudden lost their rankings. I will continue to develop all of them its time consuming and lots of hours of work but I look at it as a long term investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webzcas View Post
    My very first website was a non gambling website and is still going strong today. Alas no idea how to monetize it: www.politicsandcurrentaffairs.co.uk
    What about something simple like Adsense?
    onlinegamblingwebsites.com - Formally known as goodbonusguide.

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