MARKETING STYLES?
Posted by: The Broker (---.flab.fr)
Date: August 4, 2002 10:48PM

Good mornin' all, or something else depending on where you live. I have a question or two about marketing, and I see a lot of people come here to ask a question so I hope all the regulars don't mind my post. We operate a Casino with Horses & Sports betting and over the last 22 months we've been in business we've used a few of the popular marketing companies. Now we've gathered a decent staff and want to start doing it on our own. What I'm looking for are the 'secrets' to getting it done so I have a few questions for those who may know the answers!

First off, how the heck does Net Site Gaming do this new voice broadcasting to millions of voice pagers and telephones? And, how do they create the "triple phase marketing mix campaign" ? I don't mean how they describe it on their website, I mean where do they get the information to produce it?

Second question, how does Web Storm Media get the pop up campaigns to appear everywhere you turn? And, how do they obtain the higher search rank for their clients overnight?

Third question, how does Virtumundo compile it's enormous database of mailing lists leads full of gamblers? If they charge 10k+ for a list, how much do they pay, and who do they pay?

and finally, does anyone know who, besides Cassava, does marketing for @!#$ ???

If we can get this info, and we are willing to pay for it, we can run campaigns forever without the massive overhead costs. If you've got the info than please email me directly at
privelege@ broker.cjb.net right now! Cheers!

Re: MARKETING STYLES?
Posted by: Webmaster (---.ny5030.east.verizon.net)
Date: August 7, 2002 10:58PM

You asked some tough questions. And I'll give some straight answers.

Each marketing company keeps its marketing secrets - SECRET. You need to be the creative one coming up with new and unique (and secret) marketing campaigns. That's how you win.

Lastly, Cassava is the Casino -- Net company you asked. Because of spamming, Casino -- Net is now a bad word on the site. But both Cassava and Tradal, which market the casino - ARE the casino operators as well.

To: WEBMASTER
Posted by: Joey (130.65.240.---)
Date: August 8, 2002 12:38PM


Hey webmaster since you touched a topic I've always been curious about.. let me ask you this: I believe Tradal serves as the affiliate of CON, and Cassava does all the branding advertising. Do you happen to have any idea of what kind of deals Tradal operates with CON in terms of profit sharing in order to carry out the kind of media buys they do?

Re: To: WEBMASTER
Posted by: Webmaster (---.ny5030.east.verizon.net)
Date: August 8, 2002 03:09PM

I think you have it wrong.

Cassave, Tradal and CON are all one in the same. They may be different corporations on Paper, but its all the same thing.

The same holds true for Microgaming and its network of companies.

Re: MARKETING STYLES?
Posted by: Marketer (12.39.17.---)
Date: August 10, 2002 01:48PM

First off, how the heck does Net Site Gaming do this new voice broadcasting to millions of voice pagers and telephones?

Telemarketing probably, right? Their site has the voice on the home page, sounds like a telemarketing recording you'd get.

how does Web Storm Media get the pop up campaigns to appear everywhere you turn?

They own the portals those pop-ups appear on.

how does Virtumundo compile it's enormous database of mailing lists leads full of gamblers? If they charge 10k+ for a list, how much do they pay, and who do they pay?

They use opt-in requests, which are actually spam I believe, but those who reply opt-in and than it's not spam.

Re: To: WEBMASTER
Posted by: tandong (212.199.169.---)
Date: September 4, 2002 12:34PM

50% of the net gaming



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