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Poker Affiliate recommendations?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by kharm, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. kharm

    kharm Power Member

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    I'm looking for a Poker affiliate network; some say signing up under private networks are best because they will not shave. would anyone recommend a site like pokeraffiliateworld.com? I'm going to get players who will likely play and deposit some money to begin with so they will be good leads. basically need to monetize this the best while not risking too much on one site, any experienced at this? thnks.
     
  2. brookshire

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    Yeah, in my opinion, going with the actually poker site would be best. They tend to have the best payout rates, etc...
     
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    PAF is ok and be OK I mean mediocre.

    I've been working in online gaming for 10 years and a bit now. For companies as well as being an affiliate. My advice would be to choose one that:

    • accepts US players (not all do)
    • has good payment methods for players (if they cant deposit they cant play)
    • has a good network:
      • cake is ok
      • full tilt is good
      • ipoker is bad
      • action poker is bad
      • merge is ok
      • party os good but saturated
      • pokertars is ok/good
      • ongame is meh
      • 888 is ok but saturated
      • bodog poker is meh (not good network, trust me I know a LOT about these guys :)
      • bossmedia is meh/ok
      • truepoker is ok
      • prima is meh.
    • Pokerstars:
      • with my homie negreanu
      • hot ass vanessa rousso
      • hachem
      • raymer
      • weird meulder twins
      • moneymaker
      • barry greenstein (awesome g-d like guy and good guy to chat to)
      • and many other world wide pros
    • is known Full tilt:
      • howard lederer
      • phil ivey
      • chris ferguson
      • john juanda
      • jennifer harman
      • phil gordon
      • erick lindgren
      • erik seidel
      • andy bloch
      • mike matusow
      • gus hansen
      • allen cunningham
      • patrik antonius
     
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  4. kharm

    kharm Power Member

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    Ok i'll go with a few less-branded ones for the recruitment I'm using. the list u gave is great because everyon'es heard of fulltilt and pokerstars but some of the other ones are a lil less known, thnks
     
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    I have poker affiliate site. The ones you listed above like pokeraffiliateworld.com are contacting you to some poker rooms and they get % of your comissions, however, if you like contact me i can present you to some people and give ya some tips, etc. PM Only, then i can give you skype or msn..
    Regards :)
     
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    Some of those are garbage and some don't allow US players.

    I'm a casino affiliate program manager. Have been managing casinos and affiliate programs. first of all take a step back.

    Do some research on affiliate programs, are you going to promote to a specific audience?

    Do you want to sell to US players (biggest and most profitable user base outside of Asia).
     
  8. kharm

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    Yep all promotion is to U.S. audience who is already a part of larger networks like Pokerstars. Not necessarily a certain game, probably hold 'em. So my guess is that these folks will already be interested in more poker games. If you have any affiliate programs that have solid potential or offer good payouts for good leads plz let me know.