Over a four-year period, Paddy Power Betfair appeared in 8.01% of all gambling-related internet searches carried out by UK players during December 2015 and January 2019.
Euro 2020 marked 60 years since the establishment of the UEFA European Championship, which is now regarded as one of the most preeminent international tournaments on the continent.
Sports are one of the many metaphors we use as lenses to make sense out of our own personal lives. After all, sports manage to condense life’s most important lessons into two 45-minute halves, nine innings, four 12-minute quarters of play. Or in a 30-second soundbite, if you will.
We’re about midway through the new decade as we write this, and just fresh off the heels of the Tens. And, this decade is packed with truly memorable moments in sport.
Everyone deserves to follow their dreams doing what they love for a living. Maybe you’ve taken the first step into following yours. And, if you’re passionate about sports, starting a sports blog can be a fun and extremely rewarding way to do just that.
Looking back at the topics that ranked highest in Google searches over a year is always fascinating. It’s also fun observing what was the first thing on people’s minds when they do a Google search.
We know what you’re thinking. “Developing content personas? For my iGaming brand? Why? We already know who we’re writing for.” “Sure. We’ll just go ahead and create a guideline that no one will likely give a damn about.”
Much has been said about the undoubted lengths that iGaming providers and marketers go to connect with their target audiences.
The iGaming industry is exponentially growing. It’s also becoming exponentially accessible to more and more people through mobile devices such as tablets and phones.
The iGaming vertical is one of the most competitive businesses in today’s fast-paced marketing environment.