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    Sam David is offline Public Member
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    Hi Everyone !!

    I was wondering if any of you might shed some light on a mystery I stumbled upon...
    Does any of you know if it's possible to advertise casinos on search engines in an effective way?
    If you know how I will be extremely glad to get some assistance.
    And, if you want to do it for us- lets talk about it.

    Thanks in advance,

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    ya, you can!!!!

    follow my signature for the same, you will get the solution

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    not like you could in the past. these days it is very difficult to find real ppc traffic for advertising online casinos. sure there are mom and pop shops that will take your money, but the big guys have banned it. then there are people trying to game that with sneaky redirects etc, buts its all a game of cat and mouse i guess. i will just stick to seo myself.
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    I agree with Ben on this so be careful, although occassionally you can get traffic in small numbers from some of the smaller engines.

    Jerry, I went to your search engine and all searches returned an "access denied" even non-gambling terms.

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    Yes and no. I think that if you can have a completly different landing page providing viewers with something that is not directly related to gambling and is I blieve the rule of thumb is two clicks away from any gambling "content" or downloads. Ladning page could consist of ebook or something of that nature. Than harvest emails from it

    That is about the only "legit" way I know. Mind you you can get past the google ad words issues with gambling material but is it really worth it?

    I have done both through a PPC company and google (till I found out how bad it can hurt me to sneak my way through it) and neither converted any players only took my money.

    If you don't have anything else to offer but the affilite rooms than stick with SEO and it will take you further in the long run than the PPC ever will IMO

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    Smile Thank you.

    First of all I'd like to thank all of you.

    Jerry- I will try in your suggestion.
    And I have heard from my affiliates that it's harder these days like some of you mentioned. Very few still 'sneak' in, but they are few and far between. when they do they actually convert fairly well, because they want to continue
    I don't want to mess with fishy stuff and I'm trying to do it as clean as possible.
    Google had a '2 clicks away' policy for ebooks and stuff but i think they stopped that because i barely see anything there (excpet for long tail of words or typos). Yahoo has 'no call for action' policy and no bonus listing... not easy these days.

    Once again thank you,

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