It seems that Yahoo! already started the campaign against online gambling. For a search with the keywords “online gambling”, the first two positions belong to a same site that was shuted down by the web hosting company for the violation of the ToS:
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#9 is a translation using Google, I really do not understand why it is there:
In the first 20 results, more than half of it filled with reference sites, directories like en.wikipedia.org, www.youtube.com, www.digitaldivide.net, dmoz.org, dir.yahoo.com, search.aol.com, etc.
It seems that Google and MSN did not change the results in SERP for “online gambling”, or at least they have reasonable results in the first positions.
I know for longtime ago that Yahoo! results for gambling is not the most accurate one (like Adobe included for casino search in the first positions), but what it displays now it’s a disaster.
So, can we trust Yahoo! for gambling related keywords?
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