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    I disagree with the statement "Everyone knows that Casino Bonus and Free Chip is a site about USA online casinos where there are bonuses".

    To me that just states that you are speaking about casino bonuses and free chips since it could be referencing:
    http://www.ez-chips.com/
    http://casinobonusandfreechip.com/
    http://www.takefreebonus.com/free-casino-chips/
    http://www.allfreechips.com/

    ....or so many others.

    Now when speaking specifically about BRAND names, then I agree, but only to a point, it depends entirely on how well the domain is branded.

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    You are absolutely right Uni, it was a joke, that still has some truth

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    Evening newbie here,

    Having done a bit of an experiment with Facebook putting up links for my site on my personal account (plenty of friends) I didn't get a single like or visit from it, Pretty much as I expected and as previously mentioned people don't want their friends to know if they are gambling or not. For genuine likes and what not I won't be putting too much effort into it for now. As for buying Facebook likes etc not sure what the impact that would be on Google rankings.

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    I think from a seo perspective it does not help much as far as serps, but I still have mixed opinions. I think you can get business from sites like twitter and do some good marketing and social networking to hit a target market. A lot of seos have mixed opinions about this, many say that it helps. I go back and forth on this because I remember watching a video of matt cutts about duplicate content and he said when you are done with the article tweet it.

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    Like people have said it really depends on what niche you are in. For example we have FB and Twitter pages for our sites. However, we find that players don't wish to engage with them, because they don't wish for their family and friends to know about them playing Bingo. I guess the same might said for other forms of gambling.

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    Hello,

    I did not even have a Facebook page and also do not believe that this has an impact on the ranking.

    Google+ is another story...

    I am only talking about Facebook and Twitter...

    With the important keywords without Facebook I'm where I want to be. The better ranked competition also has little or no Facebook. And the area around Roulette is the largest on gambling in Germany.

    When it is said, Facebook likes would be good for ranking ....

    Then Google would have to be able to find the millions of likes, which were purchased and also the millions of ghost-followers on Twitter.

    How will Google know this?

    If it is not analyzable, then it can have no influence onto the ranking because otherwise it will be an oxymoron.

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    Hi,

    Would have to agree with facebook having little impact on rankings as well as Google+ being a different matter, you would certainly expect Googles own social network to carry more weight than Facebook who they arent exactly enamoured with.

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    A well versed SEO practitioner can use social networking websites to increase the ranking. Rather, they can also be used to build trust as well as authority if proper SEO techniques are employed.

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