|Gambling.com, the internet’s number one gambling portal has revealed its new site, which offers more information, entertainment and value for gamblers. For the past 12 months Gambling.com has been operating as the internet’s largest gambling specific pay per click (PPC) directory, filling the void left when Yahoo! and Google stopped accepting pay per click (PPC) gambling advertising.|
“We spent the past 12 months perfecting our PPC model. To promote our unique gambling PPC engine, we made the PPC search engine our most prominent feature. We are now introducing several layers of value added services that will allow our visitors to engage even more with the site,” said Tim Rosenberg, spokesman for Gambling.com
One of the most unique features on the newly released Gambling.com is a set of one-of-a-kind casino games, which Gambling.com had built for their users. The 13 games are play for fun, offering Ludo Chips as the virtual currency. Ludo Chips will determine placement on Gambling.com leader boards and will be used to determine Gambling.com tournament winners.
Gambling.com has also focused on providing visitors up-to-date information about all forms of online gaming and offers casino and poker news, gambling horoscopes and blackjack tips in its news section. Gambling.com has also dedicated an additional page to poker room listings, providing an easy to use reference for the net’s most popular game.
To provide users with the ultimate in value, Gambling.com has created quick lists to the best casino and poker rooms on the net, and has listed best bonuses and offers on additional, easy to use, pages. The new site also includes an interactive voting section which helps gamblers help other gamblers by encouraging them to vote for top sites in a variety of categories like top online casino and best bingo site, and then displaying the results to guide newcomers.
“We are bringing the most sought after features to our visitors in what we feel is the easiest-to-use format online...” continued Rosenberg. “...we will continue to develop and add more features over time.”