Tag Archives: gambling affiliates
- LCB Acquires GamesandCasino.com
August 2, 2014
The recent purchase of http://www.gamesandcasino.com/ adds another spoke to http://latestcasinobonuses.com/ network wheel of gambling affiliate sites. The original founder Dominque of GamesandCasino sold the site in the beginning of this year but due to the magnitude of the site the new owners felt strategically it was best to sell. LCB accustomed to running a...
- MODQs – Where will US iGaming traffic come from?
October 30, 2013
Although online gambling is already up and running in Nevada it hasn’t had much of an impact on the wider iGaming world. A fluctuating population of around 2,750,000 people as well as the best selection of land-based gambling options in the country was never going to create a major market....
- SEO is Dead – Time To Get Social
February 21, 2013
The internet – it’s getting old It is almost 28 years since little-known computer manufacturer Symbolics registered the first ever .com domain on the internet and since then millions upon millions of other companies have followed suit. In this time, billions of pages have been indexed by top search engines...
- MODQs – Can Affiliates be News Sites?
January 16, 2013
There are many different variables surrounding an iGaming affiliate site. There are the verticals that you cover, the brands you work with, the design of the site and, probably most importantly, the content. But cast your mind back to the simpler days where all you had to decide was the concept...
- Acting as an Affiliate Middle-Man
November 22, 2012
As the gambling industry continues to mature, the landscape of affiliate marketing is changing. Greater professionalism is leading to a much higher quality of sites with better designs, more useful content and genuine brands. Affiliates are putting more effort into knowing their users and experimenting with different ways of attracting...
- A Regulated US Online Gambling Market – The End of US Affiliates as we know it?
August 1, 2012
US-facing gambling affiliates got the Christmas present they’d always wanted late last year and it came from the one place they didn’t expect a lot – the U.S. Department of Justice. Any that follows the industry got very excited indeed when it was revealed that the 1961 Wire Act didn’t...