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Discussion in 'New Casino Affiliates Questions' started by BestListCasinos, Nov 1, 2016.
Welcome to the "group"... same here
I do like the site, however I would split test on a simplified version of the home page. I'm assuming that is a high traffic page for you? If not, maybe breakdown your best pages in terms of where the traffic is going to and look at ways to improve.
I think the spinney section that reveals the bonus is nice and cool but what is the user didn't hover over and never revealed the bonus info breakdown? What if they click to go through to the site out of curiosity and find out that that bonus isn't for them.
I also think that there might be a little too much going on which is distracting the visitors, possibly too many colours on the bonus section, too many places to click? I'm all about simplistic, I'm also very simple.
Finally, I think you're also missing a trick by not having my casino on there.
If this is your first site then i think you're doing alright in terms of what you've got set up. Traffic and conversions take a while and don't forget, some of your clicks could be those pesky affiliate managers checking out if their links are in place correctly or your peers having a nosy around, KasinoKing is bad for that.
My opinion is google is probably sending low quality traffic.. really its just a page full of buttons.. no actual value
I would replace some casinos (scam certified, fake games, slow or non payments... I don't name them, just perform some searches here and on search engines) on that page.
People now know that they are to be avoided like AIDS. And your conversions may be low for that reason...
Someone pointed out a new brand that it pays to promote... i don't name hiM too
just like the 7´s that are full of reels and of W just to dont mention their names too
Side note: the site is totally broken on Firefox Mobile and Chrome Mobile. Some issues on Safari too. Consider to fix it. Mobile traffic outsourced desktop traffic some time ago.
site is being converted full to https and more mobile friendly
but is being page by page, for now can happen some errors to mobile users