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Best affiliate deal?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by labrat, Jun 26, 2016.

    Jun 26, 2016
  1. labrat

    labrat Banned User - troll - multiple forum accounts

    Hello guys,

    I am trying to figure out what casinos offer the best affiliation deals. I am trying to stick to one and one that I enjoy playing at myself so it should preferably be one of the following (but doesnt have to be): LeoVegas, Casumo, Dunder, Videoslots, Unibet or Mr Green.

    I have registered with most of them, but I cannot really figure out how to compare the deals. I know some offer something like 30% flat rev share (what does flat mean?) and some just 30% rev share. I know some give you money when people gamble and lose (but if they win you dont get anything obviously) and some casinos seem to only give you a one time payout when someone registers.

    So if there's someone out there that has some experience from this I would appreciate some feedback to which one I should go with that will give me the best deal :)
  2. Jun 26, 2016
  3. incrediblestuff

    incrediblestuff SearchingForTheHolyGrail! CAG webmeister

    Currently: Self employed, Previously: Manager
    Mostly the Netherlands
    Hi there, welcome to the forum!

    Here's a section which you could browse to gather more info about affiliate marketing:

    I'm not sure if you need elevated permissions for it (if so, then you need to apply for the Webbie or Webmaster user Group) but you;ll find out as soon as you follow the link:)

    As to your questions, i believe that in this scenario 'Flat' means, without further deductions, so no admin fees, bonus costs etc..

    I can add that, logically, you don't get revenue if the player won, but this is on a monthly basis, so one month in the minus is reset back to zero at the start of the next month...unless you sign up for a program that has negative carry over (like Unibet), then it will be carried over, and affects all your players, so if one player wins 10K, and 9 lose 100,- you are 'down' 9K, which will have to be 'paid' with lossed from players in the months to follow

    The Casino's that offer a one time fee, mostly do so in their 'Refer-a-Friend' programs, where you basically send a link tagged to you, to friends/family members, and after they sign up and make their first deposit, they'll get extra Bonus, and you will receive a one time monetary reward in your player account, mostly also Bonus Money. (there are different set-ups, but this is the way in most cases)

    There are also Casino's that have this 'one time' set-up for affiliates, but these are rare nowadays.
    Anyway, read up on the topic via the link, and there will probably be some more answers for you when you return to this thread later:)
  4. Jun 26, 2016
  5. labrat

    labrat Banned User - troll - multiple forum accounts

    Thank you so much! That was very helpful. I think I understand it fully now actually :)
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