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[Question] Would you be willing to promote this?

Discussion in 'Other Affiliate Programs' started by closedCaption, Sep 13, 2012.

  1. closedCaption

    closedCaption Regular Member

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    I work with guys that have two bet tipping services: one for pre-match and one for live betting. Pre-match betting tips site is established and members using their services had this years cumulative yield of a bit less then 10% (out of 1800+ tips). Live betting one is a newer site and has managed to get 11% so far.
    I am currently discussing formation of their affiliate program, where they would allow affiliates to get 75% cut on first month subscription fees. Monthly subscriptions are around 120 USD more or less depending on features etc. Company is based outside USA and is willing to accept international affiliates. Payment methods planned for now are Skrill, wire and WU. Payment schedule hasn't been discussed yet, but for they are open to get it as tight as possible.

    Would you be willing to promote this? If no, why? Please, share your thoughts. Thanks!
     
  2. closedCaption

    closedCaption Regular Member

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    Bumpy, bump :)
     
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    closedCaption Regular Member

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    Anyone?
     
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    outofblues Newbie

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    Sounds boring to me. I definitely wouldn't want to be part of it.
     
  5. closedCaption

    closedCaption Regular Member

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    Thanks for your answer, but why is that boring?
     
  6. doctorppi

    doctorppi Registered Member

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    Surprised there's not more responses to this post actually.

    I would definitely be willing to promote - sports betting is huge and $120 average payout sounds good.

    The only thing holding me back would be the legal side of things. I don't mean the company but rather me as an advertiser. It may well be perfectly legal for me to promote, or maybe only in some jurisdictions yada yada, or maybe not at all, I don't know.

    But provided I'm not liable to being held to account - absolutely. Bear in mind I come from Australia, a country with the highest rate of gambling in the world, massive regulation concerning gambling as well as pretty effective police agencies that cooperate internationally though ;)
     
  7. rapjeetsingh

    rapjeetsingh BANNED BANNED

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    Yes, let me know how.
     
  8. sidnettwo

    sidnettwo Junior Member

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    No, I wouldn´t promote that. Not on what you have outlined so far.

    I have some gambling related sites, and am in Europe, so not worried about the legal side of things.

    On any gambling program, I would want residual on the commission, or a higher cpa. On this program in particular, I´d need to know what sports are being bet on. If USA sports, that´s a harder sell than on European Sports.

    The biggest problem for me though is with tipping sites in general. If they are that good, why don´t they take payment in arrears? If they return 10% consistently then a sample month would hook a lot of players instead of having to pay up front for what may be a bad program. Idk about others but I get a lot of spam for super hot tipping sites that make thousands every month and I have not signed up for any of them yet.
     
  9. closedCaption

    closedCaption Regular Member

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    Yes, I was surprised by low interest too. But that doesn't matter, I guess the problem is in vague description, soon I will get it running and show some
    real proof of it working.
    Legally, you are not promoting betting site, but betting tips, which don't carry any legal burden.
    Besides, guys are willing to throw in some flexible payment options like WU etc.

    We will stay in touch.

    Ok, I see you concern. The reward was just a proposition, it is not set in stone. Let me know in detail what kind of deal would work for you, and I will see what I can do.

    Guys are tipping handball (EU), basketball (EU&USA), soccer, baseball and from time to time few others. Company has 11 people on payroll and gives out tips everyday.

    About your question with arrears, the answer is that they have to wall site in, since large publicity would tank odds too much. However, on their pre-match site, they offer to
    weave membership fee for next month if their tips result in loss.

    If you guys need to know anything more, let me know. I am also open to suggestions, as long as they are legit and workable.
     
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