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    Hello everyone, I have been looking for a forum for a long time that talks about casino affiliate and you have done an excellent job.

    However I have some questions, I hope my English is good. I live in Greece which is a European country and I have been dealing with a cryptocurrency affiliate for more than 5 years with a website in Greek on Wordpess. And I would also like to start an affiliate casino website. However, in Greece they have blocked several similar affiliate casino websites that are in Greek, but some that I have been following for about a year are still online, but I don't want to focus on Greece but to have a multi-translator plugin for different countries and an SEO tool to increase ranking in Google

    The questions are the following:

    1. Can I open a casino affiliate website?
    2. A good site for hosting that accepts affiliate casinos.
    3. and if I can write Greek and become an automatic translation in different px languages with gtranslate

    Thank you very much, I await your reply and your experiences.

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    Welcome to the GPWA.

    You will get various recommendations in the coming days, but try and do some research on the ideas as you move forward. The GPWA is a good place for a good bit of that research.

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    1. Can I open a casino affiliate website? Don't know the answer for sure, but i suspect that as long as you are not an operator providing gambling services, then you can run a site. But I could be wrong, hopefully someone else will know for sure.

    2. A good site for hosting that accepts affiliate casinos. I use WPX, I know some that use Siteground. Both are OK. There will be plenty of others that are OK, too. Probably depends on what you want to spend, more than whether a hosting firm allows gambling sites. But terms and conditions should tell you.

    3. and if I can write Greek and become an automatic translation in different px languages with gtranslate See the box at top right of page that says 'search our forums'. Type in 'translation' there, and you will get a list of all threads that mention translations. Maybe see the two threads on the first page that specifically focus on translations in the thread titles. You can read through. But Dannyx has the most recent experience of translations that I know of, if he sees this thread he may be able to give some advice.

    Thank you very much, I await your reply and your experiences.

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    From my observations, Greece has some of the heavier and unfortunately quite effective regulation and fight against unregulated gambling, perhaps even being in the lead in Europe after France in this regard. However, I'm not sure about that, and you're from Greece, so you also have access to local content, so rest assured you can check it all out.

    I came across a post on GPWA (to be found) in which someone wrote that Greece has an official government site where offshore gambling sites can be reported and they get blocked. That is, for example, a player who has lost or a competitor can report such a site and that's a problem. However, this information is verifiable, I only remember a post about it on the GPWA forum.

    As for translations. In terms of quality, the best is (not on all language pairs) DeepL. However, I am referring to languages such as English, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, German, Swedish, etc. based on the same alphabet. Greek has a different alphabet and it may be that Bing/Google are better translators although, this is unlikely and 90% still DeepL does the best.

    Whereas, gtranslate translates through google translator which may give a slightly lower quality translation. But here there are still too many variables to determine unequivocally which is better. If a site in English is to target audiences in the UK, Canada, the US and other English-speaking countries it would fall to the translation to be perfect. On the other hand, if the audience of such a site is to be, for example, from Germany, Greece or another non-English-speaking country, then surely 99% of readers, despite knowing the language, will not notice subtle errors and will be able to read fluently.

    If you want to do tests from Greek to English and you are not able to verify the quality yourself, AI testers are a cool idea. In my case, the text translated by DeepL is mostly marked as human and google is marked as AI. These testers are unreliable, but it's always a moot point.

    More could be written but the solution should be tailored to your goals and requirements. And in some cases gtranslate may be good, in others not.

    The key questions are:

    1. how many languages should the site be in? If, for example, in 2 then gtranslate makes no sense.
    2. do you want the language versions to differ in some way from each other or should they be 1 to 1?
    3. the planned number of pages and whether all of them should be translated.

    It is better to plan the translations in advance and spend even a few days studying articles, descriptions of plug-ins and solutions, because then if you choose wrongly you can kill the site, or managing it will be a nightmare. I've tried most solutions myself and I know that in the past I used to choose something that seemed faster, in fact the further into the woods it got the slower it got until finally managing it was too tiring and took up too many resources. On GPWA and also on google you can type, there are many blogs nicely describing these topics.

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    See what I mean

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    Greece is a challenging market to operate in from my experience. You can but it’s difficult with regulation

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatPoor View Post
    Hello everyone, I have been looking for a forum for a long time that talks about casino affiliate and you have done an excellent job.

    However I have some questions, I hope my English is good. I live in Greece which is a European country and I have been dealing with a cryptocurrency affiliate for more than 5 years with a website in Greek on Wordpess. And I would also like to start an affiliate casino website. However, in Greece they have blocked several similar affiliate casino websites that are in Greek, but some that I have been following for about a year are still online, but I don't want to focus on Greece but to have a multi-translator plugin for different countries and an SEO tool to increase ranking in Google

    The questions are the following:
    1. Can I open a casino affiliate website?
    2. A good site for hosting that accepts affiliate casinos.
    3. and if I can write Greek and become an automatic translation in different px languages with gtranslate

    Thank you very much, I await your reply and your experiences.
    Hi,


    1. Everybody can open a casino affiliate website.


    2. Do you mean free hosting? if so, I highly recommend on buying a domain and an hosting package. You can find a beginner plan with a reasonable price. Also you can buy a domain for just a few dollars.


    3. I recommend you start your website with English.


    Good Luck!
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    Since there seemed to be a fair amount of interest in the questions about Greece and licensing, the appropriate posts were moved to that thread here.
    https://www.gpwa.org/forum/permissio...ce-256693.html

    If you are looking at that market, be sure to see that thread.

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