One way any of these companies can gain a leg up is to help gamblers navigate the still-confusing plethoras of rules and prohibitions that govern the industry. One big rub is that, whether you’re operating from a desktop pc or a mobile device, interstate gambling remains prohibited except for a novel pact created in 2014 by Delaware and Nevada. That means residents of those states can join online pools to bet. Now that the Supreme Court has cleared the way, other states are sure to jump in. … [Read more...] about Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Sports Betting Joins the SEO Fast Track –
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It means that those sites that are on the first page of search results will have a definitive advantage. But that’s not an easy thing to achieve due to extremely high competition, and hardly any organic online coverage. The digital marketing strategy has to be focused on the bettors, and it is where SEO helps. … [Read more...] about How to Improve Ranking of Online Betting Sites on SERP?
Profile data – information that has been volunteered e.g. delivery address. Profile data – data that has been collected through behavior on previous visits e.g. pages viewed, shared. Device used. Geolocation – if shared. Mobile network. WIFI network – e.g. home, office, on-site. Motion and direction – walking, commuting. Time of day – e.g. lunch time, following a TV ad. Search terms used if arriving from a web search. Referral site (or app) – where did they arrive from today (and previous visits). QR codes scanned (particularly if unique to a product or place). Interaction with web ads (what, where, when). Click though from email newsletter. Click though from social media post. … [Read more...] about When will responsive websites respond to user context?
Current Mobile Rankings Today, we’re doing great in Google’s mobile search results. Much like on the desktop, if you search “U2” on your smartphone, we’re the third-listed domain after U2.com and Wikipedia — and there are a bunch of Google universal results mixed in, like upcoming concert dates and the Knowledge Graph cards. As you can see below, Google indicates that Wikipedia is mobile friendly … and we’re not. … [Read more...] about My 20-Year-Old Website Is About To Get Zapped By Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update
Postscript: Facebook also announced updates to its video API to give publishers more control over how they upload and display native video. The API has been made available to 10 partners — Anvato, Brightcove, Fullscreen, Grabyo, Kaltura, NowThis, SocialFlow, Spredfast, Vimond and WhipClip — so its features are currently available only to customers of those companies. Facebook has plans to push many of the features to the standard UI for Pages, said Maher Saba, Facebook’s director of video engineering. … [Read more...] about Facebook Launches New Video Embeds & Comment Syncing From Site To Page