Google, Yahoo, Msn Say NO to Online Casinos, Says YES, Bring em' on

Google and Yahoo are banning ads from online casinos, reacting to a federal crackdown on internet gambling. However the pay-per-click search engine will continue it's "no frills" approach to internet advertising, allowing internet casinos and web sites alike a place where they can advertise and get the exposure they deserve.

Tampa Florida (PRWEB) April 8, 2004 -- In news published by The Associate Press on April 5, 2004 internet advertising giants Google, Yahoo and will drop casino ads due to a federal crackdown on internet gambling.

Google expects to drop ALL casino ads by the end of April 2004, and Yahoo will phase out casino ads in the U.S. market, but allow them to continue in 14 other countries where the company operates web sites. Yahoo's decision also affects Microsoft Corp's MSN site, whose search engine depends on a Yahoo subsidiary, Overture Services, for its online casino ads.

Search engine on the other hand Says "Bring em' on" we are happy to give this type of web site and web sites alike the exposure they deserve.

"We know we are no Google or Yahoo, but we are certainly headed in the right direction." receives visitors from over 125 countries every month, and this can compliment any type of web site or business looking for "world wide" exposure.

Because we offer search results for Google as well as our own search results it allows our visitors a unique way to search the net, often comparing results to find what is best for what they are looking for.

This type of search has become very popular, and we are experiencing tremendous growth because of it.

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