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    Poker Affils

    Who are the highest paying poker affiliates? I am trying to get involved in these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dB02
    I am trying to get involved in these.
    You and everybody's Aunt Sally. This field is filled with webmasters suffering from the same "gold rush" mentality, and most of them have more money and resources than you. Don't waste your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackburton
    You and everybody's Aunt Sally. This field is filled with webmasters suffering from the same "gold rush" mentality, and most of them have more money and resources than you. Don't waste your time.

    If you can't help why don't you just shut up?

    Pay no atention to that moron, dB02. Have you tried Party Poker? They seem to be one of the big ones.

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    They do pay a lot. There are bids of upto $0.8 CPC on Bidvertiser. So, I do expect CPA ones to be very profitable. That's all I can help with though. I would love to see some recommendations...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subhadip
    They do pay a lot. There are bids of upto $0.8 CPC on Bidvertiser. So, I do expect CPA ones to be very profitable. That's all I can help with though. I would love to see some recommendations...
    Through Overture bid tool it's up to $1:

    http://uv.bidtool.overture.com/d/sea...er=userbidtool

    But Party Poker only pays you $65 per free sign up when this member is a 'real money player'. The question here is how many people play for real money after signing up.

    I think that you still need many free sign up members in order to get a paid member. With other words, I don't think that conversion will be easy!

    Still it might be interested to give it a try when you are able to find targeted traffic!

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    Lot's vary. Also you 'gamble' depending on if you take a shared revenue (out of house's rake) plan or a flat fee plan. The former is great in the long run, if the player plays a long time at the site and is plays at decent limits (.25-.50 nl+; especially if multitabling), but often its just better to get the flat fee. It depends on the quality of players your site gets. Mine has decently high calibre players, and so I like to go in the rake option. On just one affiliate site so far, the players I've signed up on the rake plan have raked over $5,000. I get a percentage of this.

    Basically - sign up one pro, and you're happy

    Anyhow, I was lucky enough to have a poker site that is quite popular, so getting people to sign up is much easier for me... but if you build a good unique, high quality poker site, you can do well too.
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    PartyPoker.net is a good company, been around forever and, at least in the USA, they spend heavily on TV advertising which re-enforces the brand with your surfers.
    - Claxon Media - CPM banners/leaders/skys/squares
    Net 15 payments via Check, bank wire, or Paypal

    - PopUpTraffic.com - The original pop program. $3 to $4 CPMs

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    We have a poker offer that you can become a part of as an affiliate and promote it. It is a very unique opportunity for webmasters, http://www.rakebackpoints.com check it out and see what you think.

    Get Paid Net 30!
    Switch To CPX Interactive!

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    Thanks for all your tips.. I think my Poker site is going to be one of the next two that I start up.

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    The thing to remember is that everything is negotiable. When someone says $65, that means nothing. Programs start CPA at $65 or $75, but most also will pay four times that to established affiliates.

    Before Overture stopped taking the ads, $11 a click was the top. A year or so before that, the peak was $23 a click.

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    Poker is a pretty tough market....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fryman
    If you can't help why don't you just shut up?

    Pay no atention to that moron, dB02. Have you tried Party Poker? They seem to be one of the big ones.
    I did help. I told him not to bother. In my book that's called offering advise. BTW how's screwing your visitors over for a buck going, oh mighty scummaster?

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    Now now.. we're all too nerdy to start fights... kiss and make up you two..
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    If you need specific assistance in selection send me a pm. I can help you get going if you like.

    personally, I prefer not to focus on party or ps due to :

    1) almost everyone already having the clients if they play
    2) Party recently changed the TNC to remove the "lifetime" ownership from referred players.


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