Best poker affiliate program of 2014
A fairly new, US-players friendly, Full Flush poker (FPP) is making ways and is now offering good new source of revenue for gaming affiliates from around the world.
The percentage of net revenue to affiliates depends on the monthly earnings:
$0-$10,000 - 25%
$10,000-$30,000 - 30%
over $30,000 - 35%
What's best is that it's not so difficult to promote this program to the players, as FFP is offering a very competitive launch incentive for new players, including 20% Cash Back on first time deposits over $50, plus a very appealing Welcome Bonus as well as free tournament tickets.
Additionally, also reloads get different bonuses, from 10% deposit method instant cash back to an addition 20% cash back. Depending on details, one deposit can offer the player up to 40% of instant cashback. Meaning, you deposit $1000 and you account can instantly have up to $1400, without any play-through requirements.
Being a GOOD poker affiliate for your players
What makes a good poker affiliate? You sign up with some poker affiliate network and start promoting their site to your visitors in hopes of turning them into players on the network's poker site. What would make you a REALLY good affiliate for the new players?
One might say that a really good affiliate might not encourage gambling at all, but my personal approach is that every individual makes his or her own choices independent of what is promoted to him or her. So I would definitely not even put that into the equation. The farmer is not responsible for his clients for drinking milk. The consumer simply want to drink milk. If he does it for some other reason, that's already his personal problem.
Back to what we were discussing - what makes you a good affiliate to your players? Obviously, for yours and your players sake, you should only promote great networks. For you to make a lot of money and for the player to have a nice set of games available with enoug...
No risk, no reward? Poker affiliates don't agree
Whatever business venture you start, there's always some risks involved. Like the saying - no risk, no reward. Of course, I do agree with it in theory. And I do agree with what Josh Fraser said on his website - "If you donít miss a flight every now and then, youíre wasting too much time hanging around in airports. /.../ If there is no danger of your heart being broken, maybe you need to take a chance at loving more." - how can you not agree with these ones? I can't.
However, I have always tried to do thinks risk-free and I have achieve things nobody thought possible. At least without any monetary resources. But experience shows, it is possible. No risk, no reward, often it doesn't just apply.
Of course, whatever you do, there's always at least one thing you risk losing - the time you work on something. If it doesn't pay, you risk of losing the time you put into the project. Yet, that's not a real risk - as even if you "lose" the time you have committed to...
Why become a poker affiliate?
Within the past years one of fastest growing industry in terms of revenues is poker and as such, poker affiliate programs are bring in poker affiliates huge sums of money. I'm not saying it's a gold mine. Well, it actually is, but as with everything else, in order to turn something into a gold mine, it requires a lot of work, great ideas an good traffic to your website.
Not only has the growth been visible in case of poker affiliates, but also in online affiliate sales as a whole. But poker affiliates can often expect continuous revenues while many other affiliate programs work as a one-time sale tool only.
How does it all work?
In most simple words - you have a website, you join a poker affiliate program and you put ads offered by poker affiliate programs to your website. Website owners that have done that are probably the main force behind the recent gowth of online poker. However, not only have they helped the poker industry grow, they ha...