The laws regarding the gambling industry changed ten years ago, and ever since, the game has not been the same. With new rules and regulations, marketing and advertising have allowed the industry to broaden their market and attract a larger number of customers from all ages. Of course, there are still some regulations in place to protect the public, but the numbers are the proof in the pudding.
Yearly figures are released to provide an up-to-date picture of the gambling industry in Great Britain. Gambling Commission industry statistics show that between April 2015 and March 2016, the online gambling operators generate a GGY (Gross Gambling Yield) of £4.5 billion. This shows that online gambling is the largest gambling sector in Britain, with online slot machines generating £1.8 billion alone.
by Will Corry on April 4, 2017
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by Will Corry on April 3, 2017
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by Will Corry on February 13, 2017
Today, running an e-commerce store has quickly become one of the most popular methods of making an income online.
It’s possible to start an e-commerce store with little start-up capital, and selling online is a much cheaper alternative to setting up a bricks and mortar store, making it a great way for more people to start their own companies.
by Will Corry on September 3, 2016
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by James on August 26, 2016
Comment from Paul Thompson, VP EMEA, Blis
This week, Google has announced it will take down and potentially penalise “intrusive interstitials” on mobile web pages from January, reinforcing its commitment to providing the optimal mobile search experience for its users.
According to Google, this will mean that “pages where content is not easily accessible to a user on the transition from the mobile search results may not rank as highly,” as ‘’they provide a poorer experience to users than other pages where content is immediately accessible."