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About incompatibility... [A thought about affiliate system]

Discussion in 'Ask the Meister' started by Sprinter, Nov 17, 2012.

    Nov 17, 2012
  1. Sprinter

    Sprinter Dormant account

    ... or how to become suicide on the forum?

    I am not an affiliate but I was thinking to start that business, and I had to face to the fact, those subjects I have knowledge, doesn't sell good products, so if I want to sell something what is generate a good (or any) income, is out of my interest, it's mean I have no experience, I driven by the percentage, therefore when I recommend that stuff, I'm a cheater.

    What do You think, to be an affiliate and recommending certain online casinos (or any other product) is couldn't be dangerous for the customer?
    I mean, there is a level of interest, therefore how You could advice someone truthfully?
    No offense, just a question!

    I think the affiliate system going to spoil the internet searches very soon (within 1 maximum 2 years) because most of the affiliate pushing products just to support their own interest, and actually they are mislead, therefore exploit others. The aff. system meant to be recommendation based via the affiliate experience. But now, it is not better than any other advert, the only difference, I can say anything about the product or services, because this is an opinion, an experience, out of control of the commercial authorities...
    Please don't get me wrong, but more and more affiliate is unprincipled cheater.

    On this site, I can believe in the recommendations, because of the detailed, deep scrutiny all of You provide.

    What I wrote here is not a solid statement but a question (without question mark), so please enlighten me if I'm wrong, I'd like to read/learn your opinion, viewpoint, etc.

    And keep the peace! :)
  2. Nov 17, 2012
  3. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

    STILL At Leisure
    United Kingdom
    There are loads of rogue affiliates interested in making money, rather than ensuring customers are getting the best product. Experienced players can spot a rogue affiliate straight away by checking which casinos are rated the highest.

    If the top spots are saturated by casinos from the Virtual Group, Top Game, etc, you have instantly identified a rogue affiliate. Virtual casinos are a TERRIBLE choice for the player, but they pay an eye watering 50% commission to affiliates, about double the normal rate. If the only mention of Virtual and Top Game you can find is in a blacklist, and the top spots have casinos very similar to those in the accredited section here, then you have an affiliate who would rather earn 25% from quality recommendations, than 50% from casinos that are bound to shaft significant numbers of their players.

    Another means of detecting the rogues is your spam folder. If an affiliate's domain is the source of the spam, again you have a rogue, although of a slightly different type.
  4. Nov 17, 2012
  5. Brooklyn

    Brooklyn Dormant account

    Mommy, Make-up Artist, Writer.
    On the Hot Mess Express

    It only makes sense to promote casinos with a strong and reputable background IMO. If you are out there promoting rogues, you are no better than the casinos that rip players off.

    It's very easy to get wrapped up in the income part of it, as rogues sure do like to shove their casinos down affy's throats, however; it's a whole different respect level by your fellow affy's if you are more into providing quality gaming, again IMO.

    I couldn't sleep at night if I promoted rogues.
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