This week’s mission by Gambling911.com is to get as much coverage of Saturday’s pivotal game between the Florida Gators and Alabama Crimson Tide up and ranked and to dominate in the gambling spectrum.
Already Gambling911.com has released a number of related articles for this game with more to come as we get closer.
“It’s probably the biggest game of this College Football season thus far,” acknowledged Payton O’Brien, Senior Editor and Marketing Director for the Gambling911.com website.
6 percent of the traffic coming into the Gambling911.com website late Wednesday related to the Florida vs. Alabama game.
“Florida vs. Alabama” was one of the biggest search terms generating traffic for Gambling911.com throughout the day on Wednesday with “College Football Rankings” the biggest by far.
More than 500 reads were recorded for Gambling911.com’s coverage of the upcoming Gators vs. Crimson Tide showdown.
“The goal is another 1000,” O’Brien says.
One of the most significant observations is that, in addition to the generic “Florida vs. Alabama” search variations, there were plenty of searches that incorporated the term “Spread”.
“These are gamblers looking for the best number to bet this game,” expressed O’Brien.
In theory, with a nominal 3 percent conversion rate and an estimated 1500 reads, which is probably conservative, 45 sponsor conversions should be anticipated from coverage of just this game.
Because Gambling911.com is currently ranking in Google Search organically at number one just below the news blurb for “Florida vs. Alabama”, the readership will probably end up being much higher than 1500 for this particular coverage.
The search description is self-explanatory as to what the article entails so those who click on it will have some idea.
The Florida vs.AlabamaCollege Football spread had the Crimson Tide as -7 ½ favorites at BetUS.com, the best odds we at Gambling911.com ...
“We prefer ‘spread-related’ articles over those involving ‘predictions’ since many of those searchers are simply looking for free picks,” says O’Brien.