2014’s Wimbledon Tournament


Wimbledon gets underway on Monday 23rd June as the world’s top players head to the famous grass courts of the All England Club for the third Grand Slam of the year


The two week prestigious event of the summer - 2014’s Wimbledon Tournament runs from June 23rd – July 6th and will be serving up a busy schedule of games starting with the Men’s and Women’s singles first round.

Last year’s tournament saw Andy Murray crowned Champion in the final with him beating Novak Djokovic and as a result creating a triumphant victory for Britain after their 77 year wait for a Men’s Champion. Novak may have been seeded No.1 in 2014, but will seven time champion Roger Federer be on point to beat his record and win at 4/1 as Murray drops behind Djokovic and Nadal at 3rd seed.

2013’s Ladies Championships saw Marion Bartoli win her first ever Grand Slam defeating Germany’s Sabine Lisicki at 6-1, 6-4 in an intense final. With British No.1 contender Heather Watson on form with a new game plan after being advanced to the Quarter Finals of the Aegon International, and Ana Ivanovic climbing to 11th position in the rankings after winning her 3rd title of the season at Aegon Class, it’s set to be a challenge to the top!

Will Serena Williams win her 6th Wimbledon title? With odds at 6/5 to win, Serena could claim the title once again.

bet365 will be covering Wimbledon live from centre court and a wide selection of other courts including 1, 2, 3, 8, 12, 16, 17 and 18 from the start of the tournament letting your players watch the action unfold on desktop and mobile. Wimbledon Live Streaming Exclusions include Germany, Sweden, Norway, Austria, Finland, Italy and Switzerland. Following on from last year, there is also a wide variety of In-Play markets available with a great opportunity to highlight betting opportunities.

Make the most of bet365’s Opening Account offer where new customers can make a deposit of £10 or more and are entitled to a 100% bonus on their qualifying deposit up to a maximum of £200 (Other currency equivalents apply).

Enjoy Wimbledon with bet365

The world’s oldest and most prestigious Tennis tournament never fails to deliver and you can watch the drama unfold via bet365’s fantastic Live Streaming service. As always, there will be an extensive range of In-Play betting opportunities available throughout the two weeks with markets including Next Point Winner, Next Game Winner, Next Set Winner and Match Winner.

With a wide range of pre-match and In-Play markets, and a fantastic Live Streaming service, bet365 is the number one place for all your Sports betting.

About bet365

bet365 is one of the world’s largest online gambling groups with over 14 million customers worldwide. bet365 offers a Sports Betting experience that’s unrivalled. The Group employs over 2,000 people and is one of the UK’s largest private companies.

At the iGaming Business Affiliate Awards 2014, bet365 won Best Overall Affiliate Programme for the fifth year running and secured two Best Affiliate Programme Awards along with a Best Affiliate Manager Award.

bet365 was named In-Play Sports Operator of the Year for the third year in succession at the 2013 eGaming Review Awards. In the eGaming Review’s Annual Power 50 for 2013, bet365 secured top spot for the fourth year running.


 
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Betting Trends & Strategies (BeTS) is a part of the iGaming Super Show, taking place on the 24th - 27th June 2014


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BeTS or Betting Trends and Strategies is a dedicated conference for the sports betting industry. Run in association with the Racing Post, the event aims to create a meeting place for the sports betting industry to come together, learn and network.

So that you can get an idea about the kind of content and speakers we will have at the 2014 BeTS conference we have made three of the conference sessions from last year available for you to view.

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Horse Racing v Sports Betting: Will sports betting dominate the betting markets or are there areas where Horse Racing will see a resurgence? Speakers: John O'Conner, B2B, Racing Post; Paul Fisher, CEO, Jockey Club Racecourses; Matthew Taylor, New Media Director, AtTheRaces.com; Ronnie Whelan, Business Development Director, Sporting Solutions.
New Start-Ups - Pitfalls and Opportunities: Who are the likely success stories to emerge from the new start-up operators that have arrived in recent times? Speakers: John O'Conner, B2B, Racing Post; David Sargent, CEO, Zukido; Amory Schwartz, CEO, Sports Authority; Rory Anderson, CEO, 12bet.com; Ed Andrewes, CEO, Locus Gaming.
Racing Post Keynote: The Racing Post deliver their thoughts on the latest feedback and research with regards to digital distribution. Speakers: Ian Heaney, Managing Director, Digital Division, Racing Post; Jon Winter, Head of Design, Racing Post.
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SEO TIPS FOR OPERATORS AFFILIATES TAKE NOTE


THIS ARTICLE TAKES a look at what some online gambling operators are doing, or not doing, in regards to Search Engine Optimisation


THIS ARTICLE TAKES a look at what some online gambling operators are doing, or not doing, in regards to Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and everything else that revolves around traffic generation. For operators, this guide can give them some help on what areas of their marketing they can improve on and get a peek into what their competitors are doing. For affiliates, these tips and examples can be applied to most affiliate sites as well. Last but not least, I have seen both affiliates and operators spend a lot of money on SEO, ranging anywhere from $5,000 to surpassing $100,000, getting questionable advice and some horrible link building practices. These people spend the money not really understanding what they need or what they are buying. The most extreme case I have seen is someone charging exorbitant prices for link building only to find they bought all of their links from fiverr.com; the marketplace where you buy things for $5.

The online gambling industry is, of course, worth a lot of money and some gaming companies have spent a lot on SEO, whether for consulting, content or link building. Obviously, link building has been the main driver of rankings over the past few years, but that shouldn’t be the focus of gaming companies. If it really came down to buying links, then companies like 888 would forever stay in the top ranked positions. That said, this article will look at aspects of SEO that can affect a site like an online casino, poker room or sportsbook, and I will highlight examples of companies that both do it right, and also very wrong.
 
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