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    I have just set up a new casino affiliate tell me what you think of the site and domain name I would be interested in what you think www.jackpotavenue.com

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    i like the domain for sure. the design a layout is very clean which is nice. my only suggestion would be to use less animated banners. if you cous use some static banners or logos for the summary reviews in place of the current 125 animated banners i think that will look and convert much better. nice job!!!
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    When I try to go to ANY of the pages on the "Our Games" section I receive the below error.

    No input file specified. HTTP/1.1 503 Server too busy Connection: close Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 22:19:44 GMT Server: Microsoft-IIS/6.0 Content-Type: text/html Server Error, unable to connect to fastcgi server.

    I tried this several times a few minutes apart this morning, and then a number of hours later so the "too busy" message seems strange -- I would assume an overburden of traffic would be a temporary problem, especially given that it is not occuring on other pages I tested.
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    Smile check site out again cityguard

    If you check the site out now there should not be any errors. Thanks everyone for checking out www.jackpotavenue.com I really appreciate the coments.

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    Looks really professional. But there are few things which look more like 'under construction'. For example, the beautiful country flags don't take you anywhere, they don't have any links. Also, if you click on any of the casinos under 'Our Top Casinos', nothing happens. But I am sure these things will be repaired.

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    Very nice site. It is very well layed out, and has a "clean" look to it. Did you build it yourself, and if not, could you let me know who helped you build it? Send me a PM.

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    Thanks for the advice!
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    Just throwing in my 2 two cents. The site looks great and opinions given so far are excellent. But when looking at the some aspects of the seo source I find some potential problems.
    Mainly in the title and nested elements of you meta tag descriptors. The title I would think should nest in the following manner:

    TITLE…….TITLE>
    META name="AUTHOR" content="……..
    META name="……..">
    META name="DESCRIPTION" content="……..">
    META name="GENERATOR" content=

    <META content=…….. name=AUTHOR>
    <META name=……..>
    <META content=…….. name=DESCRIPTION>
    Whether or no not you decide to put an “Author” in entirely up to you. I don’t believe this makes huge difference.

    For the title currently you have “JackpotAvenue.com” Why not Jackpot Avenue Guide – Jackpotavenue.com? Expand the title in any case. I am guessing here but your keyword relevancy is probably zero another aspect worth considering.

    Good seo is always important so is content.

    Good luck

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    In your disclaimer you have:

    This site is not intended for US players as none of our recommended casinos accept players.
    shouldn't that read

    This site is not intended for US players as none of our recommended casinos accept players from the US.

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    lol. nice catch D:

    ya ....... i'd change that.
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    I must interject. Why are so many people afraid of the U.S.? I understand that the Republicans tacked the IGB on the Port Security Act because they didn't have enough support for the bill to pass on its own merit. However, online gambling is still legal in the U.S. That bill did nothing to make online gambling illegal.

    U.S. citizens contributed over 50% to the industry. Yet, everyone is so quick to abandon them. Personally, I think that decision will come back to bite those who shun U.S. gamblers in the arse. I, for one, will not back down. I will continue to support U.S. players. If I go to jail for it, sobeit. The law is illegal, and the only reason they targeted financial institutions instead of players is because they know it's illegal.

    Don't give in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR_Ewing View Post
    I must interject. Why are so many people afraid of the U.S.? I understand that the Republicans tacked the IGB on the Port Security Act because they didn't have enough support for the bill to pass on its own merit. However, online gambling is still legal in the U.S. That bill did nothing to make online gambling illegal.

    U.S. citizens contributed over 50% to the industry. Yet, everyone is so quick to abandon them. Personally, I think that decision will come back to bite those who shun U.S. gamblers in the arse. I, for one, will not back down. I will continue to support U.S. players. If I go to jail for it, sobeit. The law is illegal, and the only reason they targeted financial institutions instead of players is because they know it's illegal.

    Don't give in.
    I think it is not a question of not supporting the U.S. players, but that of protecting oneself from the brute force of the U.S. government and their tags all over the world who can arrest anyone and put him in the jail for a while if they can prove any gambling connection. If the U.S. players don't want to be abandoned, then they should do something to bring their government to respect international verdicts like the latest WTO finding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nandakishore View Post
    I think it is not a question of not supporting the U.S. players, but that of protecting oneself from the brute force of the U.S. government and their tags all over the world who can arrest anyone and put him in the jail for a while if they can prove any gambling connection. If the U.S. players don't want to be abandoned, then they should do something to bring their government to respect international verdicts like the latest WTO finding.

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    I fully agree. However, that is a pipe dream in my opinion. In the mean time, I'll risk going to jail, kind of like a martyr. I may have a pipe dream too, but I'm not giving up.

    A U.S. citizen.

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    JR, I wish you all the best and hope that you don't land in a jail. I still have some optimism left because your country has often managed to rectify self-created blunders, even if after a longer gap.

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    There has been a lot of positive news press coming from the US about the online gaming world. I would say within the net two to three years, online gaming (or the funding of online gaming sites) will come back to the US in time.

    I would also like to add that there are many other very lucrative markets out all over the world, where online gambling is starting to thrive very well. Begin targeting those new markets, and many online gaming sites, and their affiliate programs are very helpful in helping you how to target the other markets of the world.

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    Thanks for the positive comments. I hope I don't go to jail either.

    As well, I realized that I kinda hijacked this thread and I apologize for that.

    I wish everyone well in this biz. May we all prosper.

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