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  1. lex007

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    FemalePoker.co.uk

    Hi there,

    this is the biggest growth area in internet poker....do your research; check it out!! In U.S. more females play online than males! In the UK, the poker programmes on TV are filled with females...

    £500 - quick sale
     
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  3. Ellis United Kingdom

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    Does it get any traffic?

    Do you have any stats?

    For £500, I'd want at least 200 type ins a month plus £15-20 a month worth of click thrus
     
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    No stats - just the fact that it IS the biggest growth area in the internet poker sector...open to offers on this one.
     
  5. Ellis United Kingdom

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    "fact that it IS the biggest growth area in the internet poker sector"

    Got any proof?, figures, documentation to back this claim up

    Gets a BIG FAT ZERO on overture
     
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    read any demographic survey of the poker players online in America!!! - Look in google -
     
  7. Ellis United Kingdom

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    But this is a .co.uk

    Poker is a high paying keyword, one of the highest and competition for good poker domains is fierce.

    Women in the UK don't do cards, it's all nails, beauty therapy, clothes, music, celebrity gossip....fine wines, belgian chocolates, hello magazine and the smell of a pipe......

    ..... ok forget the last bit

    The only reason they've got women on them ridiculous poker channels is to get more male viewers.

    ... having said that, I may be wrong

    but femalepoker.co.uk doesn't do it for me
     
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    On-line gaming is big. I was reading an article in Computing Magazine today... http://www.computing.co.uk/computing/analysis/2143323/web-gaming-firms-ante follow the link for the full article but here is the bit that caught my eye:

    Sometime I think I'm in the wrong game :???:

    Chris
     
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    Agreed, there's going to be a rationalisation of the industry in the next couple of years, with a few big players winning out.

    Still, I've got a few under development for link/affiliate/info sites... onlinegambler.co.uk, clubpoker.co.uk, oddson.co.uk, netgambling.co.uk, gamblingweb.co.uk...

    S
     
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    It is a growing market Lex but I don't think a poker room dedicated to women only would work.

    PM me with the traffic stats if it gets any.

    Jason
     
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    i got a list as long as my arm as well :?

    cashgamble.co.uk
    centralcasino.co.uk
    footballcasino.co.uk
    kensingtoncasino.com
    kensingtoncasino.co.uk
    sohocasino.com
    sohocasino.co.uk
    southbankcasino.com
    southbankcasino.co.uk
    ultimatecasino.co.uk
    ultimatecasinos.co.uk
    westendcasino.co.uk
    bettingcenter.co.uk
    bettingcentre.co.uk
    gamblingcenter.co.uk
     
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