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 have also managed to create huge revenues for themselves. And obviously, you don't want to miss out here yourself as well.
If you have a website that receives a lot of traffic, you might want to consider joining the poker affiliate business.
What are the options?
Usually, depending on the exact poker affiliate program, you can choose between two options - you can either receive a one-time payment per every new player you send them (note that you can expect up to $200 per player here) or you can participate in a percentage scheme where you receive a certain % of rake produced by players who you have referred to them. Even though often the one-time payment option might sound better for you, over the years though you might have a lot better earning potential via the percentage scheme.
See our poker affiliates section for information on what different networks are offering you.
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