CAP Newsletter - (October 21st 2009)

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This Week: Controversy over FTC's New Online Marketing Rules; iGB Espana Starts Next Weekend; and Much More



New Rules for Bloggers and Online Marketers Raising Eyebrows
Are you aware that the U.S. has created new rules about how online marketers and bloggers are allowed to talk about the products and services they promote? Did you know that websites now have to disclose the nature of the relationship of the programs they promote? Granted, online gambling affiliates are largely operating outside of the United States at this point anyway. But for those of us still doing business in the U.S., you'll want to make sure you understand the implications of the FTC's new rules regarding bloggers and online marketers.



iGB Espana Starts Next Weekend

iGaming Espana: 29-31 October 2009
Get set for online gaming affiliate marketing networking and business opportunities in an all-new location: In just one week, iGaming Espana comes to Madrid! Get access to special panels and speakers along with a ton of new connections -- and of course, affiliates attend for free!  Click here for more information or to register today.




Affiliate Networks the Wave of the Future

Report: Affiliate Networks the Wave of the Future (a $4 Billion Future)
As we Twittered (Tweeted?) to the world at large earlier this week, the recent study by online marketing research group Forrester Research shows a bright future for affiliate marketers. And, interestingly, it also indicates that affiliate networks such as CAP will continue to lead the way as the market becomes more and more diverse and innovative. Click here for details.

UIGEA "Absurd" Says L.A. Times

America's Internet Gambling Ban is "Absurd", Says L.A. Times Columnist
Adding to the growing chorus of voices condemning the U.S. government's strict laws against online gambling, a columnist for the L.A. Times has highlighted in often-comical detail just how ridiculous the laws really are. For example, he points out, in the state of Washington, online gambling garners the same penalty as much harsher crimes like violent assault. Read more here.  

Kentucky Online Poker Rematch Begins Tomorrow

Kentucky Online Poker Rematch Starts Tomorrow 
Tomorrow, the long-anticipated legal iGaming rematch in the State of Kentucky resumes. Earlier this year, a state court ruled that an initiative led by the governor to seize 141 online gambling domain names was not legal. Tomorrow, the state tries to overturn that decision. But iMEGA is among those fighting to keep Kentucky from getting its way. Click here for details.

UltimateBet Raising Stakes in Germany, Czech Rep.
October 21, 2009 (CAP PR Wire)
UltimateBet has announced the launch of, a dedicated German language information portal that will detail the ...  Read more

Titan Poker to Stage Europe's Richest iPoker Series
October 15, 2009 (CAP PR Wire)
Avid online poker players from around the world are seeking their seats at the fifth installment of’s popular 14-day ... Read more

Illinois Legalizes Online Horse Race Betting
October 15, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
As hinted last week, the Illinois state government has approved the legal betting on horse races via the Internet, reports the Belleville  ... Read more

Google Removes Penalty for Gambling Domain
October 20, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Suddenly and without any real explanation, Google has removed the alleged search engine "penalty" for online casino domain name  ... Read more

New Bingo Site for Euro Partners?
October 20, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Reports are circulating that a new site entitled Titan Bingo is to be launched soon by Imperial E-Club Ltd, the owners of Titan Poker and Bingo Day  ... Read more




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