bodoglife.com ? good : bad;

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    Danny

    Danny Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    Does anyone here know anything about bodoglife.com?

    I can't find anything about bodoglife in this forum.
     
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    Guard Dog

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    Their Terms and Conditions are not yet certified, which is why they do not yet have a forum here. There is a problem with their Terms, as I recall, and we have to come to a compromise with them before certifying.

    With that said... I do promote Bodog and so do many seasoned affiliates. They are a quality organization and treat their affiliates well. They are picky on which affiliates to choose, though. Even when you sign up for their program, they may not accept you as an affiliate.

    I get paid on time by them, I like promoting them, and they convert well.

    I hope that helps :)
     
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    Danny

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    Bodoglife sent me an email yesterday asking us which strategies we will use to promote them.

    I think it's hard to promote them because they do not have much promotions or welcome bonus.

    Their welcome bonus is 10%. I think this will scare away new players.
     
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    Guard Dog

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    Here is a tip, though...

    Players looking for the best bonuses are the lowest value players. I have a bonus site that is my highest traffic site, but lowest value.

    Bodog, for me, is on a site that is not bonus-related and converts quite well. I am, however, converting sports bettors instead of casino players.
     
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    Danny

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    Ok, I got the point now.

    If my users looking for best bonus sites, I shall give them CPA advertisement.

    If they are looking for casino with little or no bonus then I should go for Revenue Share.

    Thanks Guard Dog,

    P.S. Your site is amazing, very helpful, I'll let you know mine when it's completed. I am still developing it. :)
     
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    Guard Dog

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    I wouldn't go with CPA either :)

    Even a low-value player can play $1000 over several months time. If you took a CPA (say $250, which is a pretty high CPA), you would make more on a revenue sharing at 30%.

    I go Revenue Sharing all the way and if a player doesn't make it to what I would get in CPA, I am ok with that. I prefer to believe each player will eventually make me more than the CPA value for that player.
     
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    Danny

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    You're right Guard Dog,

    Maybe I am a tight person. I only invest on profitable investment with mathematical proven.

    With casinos, I don't think you ever win. I never spend more than 50bucks in the casino.

    If I ever go there, I bet only once or twice. I never ever expect winning.

    But I don't know about the majority. I think you are right, they could spend thousand of dollar within a few months. Even a few days.

    I think I better change my earning strategy. :)
     

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