Tags: Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops Slot Machines Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Bingo Slots Regions: UK & Ireland 16th June 2020 | By contenteditor Bingo The UK’s Advertising Association (AA) has rejected proposals from the Gambling Related Harm All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) to ban all forms of gambling advertising, saying that such a move is not necessary at present. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Advertising body rejects APPG calls for total gambling ad ban The UK’s Advertising Association (AA) has rejected proposals from the Gambling Related Harm All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) to ban all forms of gambling advertising, saying that such a move is not necessary at present.The APPG yesterday (15 June) published its final report on igaming harms, and concluded that a range of strict new controls should be introduced, including a total prohibition on advertising.In the report, the APPG claimed that as gambling can cause harm to individuals, and as advertising is designed to encourage people to gamble, a blanket ban would be justified.However, the AA, a trade association that represents advertisers, agencies, media and research services in the UK, said an outright ban would not be necessary and could in fact have further implications on the market.“We ask all gambling operators and their agencies to continue to adhere to the strict standards set by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the Gambling Commission,” AA chief executive Stephen Woodford said. “These rules clearly require gambling operators to be socially responsible and to protect the vulnerable, as well as under 18s.“As new evidence emerges, the ASA and Gambling Commission consider this and amend the rules if they believe the evidence supports change,” Woodford explained. “At this time, we believe a total ban is not necessary – such an action has wide implications, particularly for the support of sports across media channels, something enjoyed by millions of people right across the UK.”Last month, the ASA released new research that suggested children’s exposure to gambling advertising has declined and is falling back to 2008 levels, amid an overall drop in TV viewing among children.The ASA’s 2019 update on its monitoring of children’s exposure to advertising for age-restricted products revealed children saw, on average, 2.5 TV gambling ads per week. This sees the rate of exposure fall to 2008 and 2009 levels, when children saw 2.2 and 2.7 gambling ads on TV, respectively.In total, these ads made up less than 2% of all TV ads seen by children each week. This represented a significant decline from 2013’s peak, when children saw an average of 4.4 gambling ads per week.The AA is not the only organisation to have hit back at the APPG findings, with the Gambling Commission also blasting claims that it was “not for for purpose”, dismissing the parliamentary group’s assertion as “untrue”.Other recommendations made by the APPG included a ban on online in-play betting and a new review into the use of bonuses and incentives by gambling operators, to determine whether these contributed to harmful gambling, as well as an end to VIP schemes. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address
how can we create a higher sales, which is currently a business operator who are constantly thinking, but also in the continuous exploration of the problem. For example, the most common black socks, the price is not cheap, do not discount, do not sell, to sell it 10 million pairs, is it a bit strange? Ten years ago, an American young man Saimi · Ti began to challenge this’ impossible.
once every week, white-collar Saimi · Ti lige to experience a severe psychological challenge before work: his socks collocation. One of the most difficult to match is the black socks, because they are not exactly the same. Some colors have faded into blue, others are not. Some are concave, some thread, with different degree of stretch and stretch.
men are often confused by their texture and length. Sometimes they find that they have a hole in their stockings and don’t hesitate to throw them away. Because, in 2007, the World Bank President lost his face because of socks. He took off his shoes at a mosque in Turkey and was photographed with a hole in his socks and a big toe. Photos can be seen all over the world.
suddenly one day, Saimi · Lige Ti had an idea: why not for man to solve this dilemma? As long as men in the United States for a month to buy a pair, I sold 1 million pairs a year will be nothing difficult! So ·’s resignation Saimi; Lige opened an online store called "BlackSocks", the shop commitment is "men always do not have to worry about mismatched socks".
"BlackSocks" sold four different length socks, which is the best selling the most common black socks. For everyday wear leather shoes, trousers of the crowd, is the best collocation of black socks. When the call center was called to the men in the workplace, it immediately caught their attention. The site opened the first month, it sold 1 million pairs of socks. Shop for 10 years, had successfully sold 10 million pairs, far more than Saimi · Ti initially under the ledge to the U.S. men 1 million double target, and more than 40 thousand fixed its customers not only in the United States, but the distribution of 74 countries and regions in the world.
What is the successful model of
supporting black sock shop?
you can go to experience the magic shop. As long as you log on to the BlackSocks site, the first payment, you will receive 3 pairs of socks immediately, after 4 months, you will receive more than two pairs of socks, and then in the next 4 months, you will receive more than 3 pairs of socks. BlackSocks will be in a year later, ask you to continue to order, if you want to, will continue to do so next year……