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| Don't worry, this is not an ad! 😉 Just wanted to make sure to tell you that I'm glad you visited this gambling blog. I'm Simon, the only author and owner of this independent gambling blog (if you are interested, my unusual life story can be found on the homepage, under the "About me" dropdown section).|
I'm an independent gambling blogger since 2012, and in this industry dominated by huge media companies, gambling companies and online marketing companies, who can easily spend $ millions on their online gambling blogs, it's not easy for an independent nobody like me to even appear in search engines (I do everything, I don't have any employees, no venture funding). It took me about 6 years, working my ass off, for search engines to start putting my site in front of visitors like you, and I'm lucky enough that for a few years now, I make enough money to be able to do this full time (before that, I had part-time jobs, ghost writing gigs, online marketing this and that, to make ends meet, I hated it, I'm glad I no longer have to do it, other freelancers can probably relate).
Now I can finally do this full time, thanks to visitors like you, and it means a lot! If you are interested, please bookmark this site (no social media profiles, I no longer have any, on purpose, for various reasons I'm not getting into here, but please feel free to share anything on any social media networks, if you still use them). I don't have any money to advertise, and if you have a personal blog, any social media profile, your own blog, please mention my gambling blog and link back to it. This the only way for a small website like this to grow. Thank you!
| Charity: As a way to help others, to give back, I sometimes donate to Kiva. If you click on the ads on the website, I make some money (but not much, much less than you probably expect, and I only get any if you register an account, and you actually deposit some money). But on a good month, if I make more than my expenses, I donate to charities, primarily Kiva.|
Kiva helps young entrepreneurs in developing countries, which is an issue close to my heart for obvious reasons. If you have the means, please sign up with the revolutionary non-profit company Kiva.org and help people lift themselves out of poverty, through hard-work, and an initial investment (non-profit loans). These non-profit loans encourage entrepreneurship and hard work, instead of creating a dependent class that is afraid to get a job, or start a business (because if they did, they would no longer get benefits and free money). This is the right way to fight poverty in developing countries (or anywhere else really), and if this is something you are interested in, and if you would like to know more, or to help out, please check out Kiva.org here. Thank you!