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Question for Full Tilt Poker Affiliates.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MarketerX, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. MarketerX

    MarketerX Regular Member

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    Do you prefer the PRP payment plan, or the CPA payment plan?

    My players will probably mostly be not very skilled, kinda noobs. I originally signed up and picked CPA, but emailed them and had them switch to PRP because being paid for player for life seems better, if they actually play with a decent amount of cash.

    So, any opinions on this one??
     
  2. MarketerX

    MarketerX Regular Member

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    *crickets chirping* :eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
  3. Ravingace

    Ravingace Registered Member

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    Always do revenue share. You only need a couple of good players to make a good income. Plus if your sign-ups aren't making more than the CPA anyway the sites will stop paying the CPA and convert you to rev share anyway.
     
  4. nsixsixsix

    nsixsixsix Newbie

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    rev share for the win even tho it's a lousy 3% if you offer rakeback
     
  5. cookie48

    cookie48 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    CPA is always less than real player value. Always take revshare.
     
  6. crosscheck

    crosscheck Regular Member

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    Yes Rev share is best way to go. Most won't be huge spenders but their are always a golden nugget in there that will spend hand over fist week in and week out.