View Poll Results: Will 2012 be better than 2011?

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  • Revenue will grow more than 75% in 2012.

    4 23.53%
  • Revenue will grow 51% to 75% in 2012.

    2 11.76%
  • Revenue will grow 31% to 50% in 2012.

    2 11.76%
  • Revenue will grow 16% to 30% in 2012.

    7 41.18%
  • Revenue will grow 6% to 15% in 2012.

    2 11.76%
  • Revenue will stay the same (within 5%).

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink 6% to 15% in 2012.

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink 16% to 30% in 2012.

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink 31% to 50% in 2012.

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink 51% to 75% in 2012.

    0 0%
  • Revenue will shrink more than 75% in 2012.

    0 0%
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    Question Gaze into a Crystal Ball - Will 2012 be better than 2011?

    Calendar year 2011 is almost finished, so it is time to plan ahead for the coming year. Share your plans for the upcoming year in this thread.

    And gaze into your crystal ball and hazard a guess as to how your revenue in the coming year will compare to your revenue for 2011. 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'm slightly optimistic for 2012.

    Following today's news regarding the Wire Act and the possible opening up of US regulated gambling, my thinking is that the Affiliate Programs may start to be a little fairer with Affiliates worried they might miss out on useful US traffic.

    Or is that just wishful thinking?

    Anyways, if we do see an influx of US players in the future, I'll be remembering who wasn't so helpful in the past.

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    I'm reasonably optimistic too. I wonder why there hasn't been much of a response to this poll though..I guess optimism isn't the general mood.

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    I voted 16 to 30% growth for 2012.

    I'm quite optimistic as well.

    Our aim for 2012 is to focus more on European traffic.
    Last edited by cass; 30 January 2012 at 6:56 am.

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    Last year I had a consistent quarter on quarter growth (mainly because my sites were new) - I want to continue this into 2012. I think overall target for the whole year is 24x the revenue from december. Fingers crossed
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    I voted for a 75% increase in revenue in 2012 and am well on target.

    I'm disappointed with one casino site i purchased and anticipated bigger player values from it but hopefully i can get better rankings and go for more volume to make up for it.

    My other casino site is doing ok, ahead of where i thought i'd be after only owning/starting it a few months ago. Only problem is that i'm mostly getting US traffic, and this is something i want to focus on throughout 2012 - getting more European traffic.

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