Saturday, November 17, 2007

Online Casino Sites Reviewed  

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Just how much online ad money spills forth from the gambling industry slot machine is unclear. However, insiders estimate the largest Web gambling firm, PartyGaming, spends anywhere from $100 million to $200 million trying to reach the U.S. audience; the company spends on a variety of offline and online ad media. According to PartyGaming's 2005 annual report, about $860 million -- 88 percent of its total 2005 revenues -- was derived from its poker operation, and 34 percent of those poker monies were generated through its affiliate network. Nearly 84% of PartyGaming's online players are U.S.-based According to a report published in 2006, on the brink of enactment of Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act/2006

SEs stoped accepting paid listings, PPC advertisements. Many hoped the Industry will crush and the Google, Overture and other SEs will feel a major thrash in Ad Revenues generated either from paid listing or PPC programs. But if retrospect and see whole gamut from another angle- due to the Great Death of the Major Online Casinos the small players and popping up just like wild fire since 2006 even more vigorously. If you surf a while any Casino Directory like http://www.pro360.com/ you will be amazed by the size of the directories. More than thousand online casino, gambling and gaming sites are reviewed so far at Pro360.com

If you find the root of the evil- you find the die hard marketing of the affiliate marketers. Marc Lesnick, who runs the Casino Affiliate Convention conference series, estimates the average experienced gambling affiliate site operator rakes in anywhere from $2,000 to $25,000 a month through ad commissions from real money gambling sites.

Online gambling is becoming harder and harder for Americans to take part in because of the U.S. government. I know many of my readers bet online and are often in a fix as to what casino to go for, what is highly recommended. Pro360.com offers you to pick the casinos by choosing them ranked or game-wise. In the ranked order, the casinos are listed according to their ranking. Details of bonuses, editor rating, player rating and reviews are given. In game based ranking, the casinos are ranked according to the ranking of the particular game at the casino. The popular games available are Blackjack, Video Poker, Baccarat and Keno among others. They even have a wide selection of articles on betting, online gambling, what online casino to choose and so on.

At Online Casino Reviews they list which casinos are open to Americans so you avoid going through the hassle of downloading the program and having to delete it because it isn’t open to you. For each entry you will find a detailed review, the casino certificate, the available bonus, the editor rating and also the players rating. If you are about to take part in online gambling, take security provisions seriously. The reviews will help you out...

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