CasinoAffiliatePrograms.com (“CAP”), a community website for Internet casino marketing affiliates, has announced a new bi-weekly Q&A advice column to be written by Bob Rains, a popular personality in the world of online marketing.
Currently best known as the Head of Acquisition for Betfair – one of the world’s top gambling companies with a large family of online gaming subsidiaries under its corporate banner – Bob Rains is a prominent figure in the world of Internet marketing and gaming. He has wide experience that includes service as Director of Online Marketing for Everest Poker in addition to holding other high-profile online marketing management positions.
The column will be the central part of CAP’s redesigned Learning Centre, a section of the organisation's website that features a wide range of informative articles offering educational content on online marketing, SEO, web design and affiliate marketing information.
‘I'm looking forward to helping provide SEO, online marketing, and social media solutions to real affiliates facing real challenges in these changing economic and legal times, as well as sharing stories from my own personal experiences,” Rains said in a statement to CAP. “And I can't think of a better venue to do so than the CAP Learning Center.'
“We’re thrilled to have Bob Rains on board for this exciting new feature,” commented Lou Fabiano, president and founder of CasinoAffiliatePrograms.com. “Bob is deservedly one of the most popular figures in the online gaming industry – especially where that industry crosses over with the world of online affiliate marketing, which is CAP’s jurisdiction. We’re confident that the thousands of CAP members and casual readers who visit the site each day will be directly benefited by his expertise when it comes to online marketing and SEO matters.”
Those interested in having questions answered by Bob Rains in the new feature are encouraged to send questions to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new feature with Bob Rains is scheduled to go live on Monday, December 1.