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    Default Google's new policy vs Bitcoin - consequences?

    So Google is going to implement a new strategy vs Bitcoin sites, and as it seems the will also go against Bitcoin gambling sites.
    What do you guys think the consequences be for affiliates?
    Obviously, those having a strongly bitcoin-related site will be in Google's crosshairs, but what about regular sites with some bitcoin-related content in them? What about linking out to bitcoin-related affiliate sites?

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    I posted an article on FB/twitter but do admit that I didn't read it closely as I should have. But I understood it as being more towards ad sense.

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    Yes, unless you use Adwords, you shouldn't be affected by this.
    "The harder I work, the luckier I get."

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    Looks like a bunch of hyper over nothing that will affect gambling affiliates. Well, unless you were somehow managing to get around the strict restrictions and actually advertise gambling sites with PPC.

    I think that Google, Twitter, FB "bans" will have about zero impact on our business so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider1973 View Post
    Yes, unless you use Adwords, you shouldn't be affected by this.
    This.

    There will always be something, so new sources will pop up when stuff like Adwords, Facebook or Youtube get tied down.

    Worry not =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgoin View Post
    I posted an article on FB/twitter but do admit that I didn't read it closely as I should have. But I understood it as being more towards ad sense.
    Could you please send a link to it? I would be very grateful. Thank you!


 

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