Gambling Magazine has achieved a rare first for its first month on the web, with a massive increase in readership, new online gambling content, and the biggest-ever acquisition of a gambling magazine.
The online gambling magazine for men and women, Gambling Online Magazine, launched its first full month on Monday.
GamblingOnlineMagazine.com is the first digital-only publication to earn an A rating from the American Society of News Editors, and is ranked #1 in its category for new online content in its first week.
“We are thrilled with our first month of publication and look forward to continuing to drive innovation for the future of online gambling,” GamblingMagazine Editor-in-Chief Kevin Gough said in a statement.
Gough, a former editor-in.
of the online gambling news site PokerStars, said he hopes Gambling magazines can serve as a model for the industry as the industry grows and evolves.
“Gambling magazines will serve as the model for new magazines and platforms in the coming years,” he said.
“I think they are poised to make a significant impact on the online gaming industry, and they are already serving the needs of millions of gamblers who are interested in learning more about the games they play.”
The number of gambling magazines and online gambling platforms has exploded over the last decade, and GamblingMagazines is an essential resource for all of us.
“The digital-first Gambling website for men & women is an important milestone for Gamblingmagazines and we are thrilled to have it on the first page of search results for #1 on the internet!
#gamergate https://t.co/mE8jQ3tXgE — GamblingNewsOnline (@GamblingNews) January 12, 2021 Gambling online magazines have been a huge hit online with an average of 15,000 daily unique visitors, according to a Google Analytics report from December 2017.
Gaining a “B” rating from ASA, Gomme was the first magazine to earn a rating from a rating agency in 2017, and it has already won a number of awards for its journalism, including a Pulitzer Prize in 2017 for its coverage of Gamergate.
Gommeds digital-based version has a much wider readership and is growing quickly.
A few weeks ago, it had an average daily readership of 1.5 million.
Gompes overall readership was 2.2 million in the past six months, according Google Analytics.
The newsmagazine is not alone in having a huge growth.
GOMPeg.com, a sports magazine, also had its first monthly readership in 2017 of 5,000.
The company is expanding its online presence with a brand new site for men.
Goms online sports section is also expanding, with an estimated 4 million daily visitors.
“That’s an important thing to note because as we move away from a daily gaming-focused sports section to a weekly sports section, that’s what’s driving our growth.””
The Gommes online sports content is attracting more and more casual fans and they’ve also become more and less dedicated to their online sports coverage,” Gough told National Review Online.
“That’s an important thing to note because as we move away from a daily gaming-focused sports section to a weekly sports section, that’s what’s driving our growth.”