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  1. 'Rogue' Drug Ads May Cost Google $500 Million

    The government previously cracked down on Google for accepting ads from illegal online gambling sites. Google has been under investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for making millions off ads from illegal online pharmacies – the big...

  2. Feds Go All In Against Online Poker Sites, Seize Domains, Issue Warrants

    While online gambling has been illegal in the United States for five years under the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) that prohibited online gambling sites to operate in the United States and financial institutions from...

  3. Impact of Legal U.S. Online Gambling on Search and the Web

    Advocates of the bill note that legalized online gambling will bring in as much as $42 billion in tax revenues over the next 10 years, WSJ.com noted. Like the adult space, online gambling initiated many innovations now used in the e-commerce space...

  4. The Future of Affiliate Marketing

    What I'm suggesting is an affiliate aggregator that goes beyond the collecting of programs for sites to sell and passes the burden of analysis to the publishers. They use the process of creating sites that convert -- both as sales and well-ranked...

  5. SearchDay | Maintaining Your Image in the SERPs

    Like many Web sites, it isn't in bad shape from a SEO perspective, but it is a great example of the importance of the little things. By building alternative media types, and linking to compelling content about your company on other sites, you can...

  6. Porn and Gambling: Canaries in the SEM Coal Mine?

    It doesn't seem plausible that a Governor could single-handedly order the forfeiture of domain names belonging to sites like Bodog, Absolute Poker, Ultimate Bet, PokerStars, Cake Poker, Full Tilt Poker, and Doyle's Room," wrote Jay Lakin, co-owner...

  7. Google Accepting Gambling Ads in UK

    The push to allow online gambling in the US is moving forward with former NY senator Alfonse D'Mato part of the lobby for poker sites. As soon as Yahoo and MSN started accepting gambling ads, it was only a short time for Google to join them - as...

  8. Taking the Fear Out of Web Analytics for Your Small Business

    Referring Sites & Keywords Knowing which sites are sending you traffic is a great tool to have when deciding where to cultivate future ad relationships and marketing dollar spends. Once you know what you should be looking at, your online business...