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Discussion in 'General Casino Affiliate Area' started by playcasino1, Feb 14, 2012.
So is anyone still promoting these guys?
Hi Dominique - Bettor Communications are certainly not promoting Firebrand Affiliates anymore, as I have been brokering media to online casinos since 2004 and its the first time I've needed to take a dispute with an operator to an industry forum to get duly paid. Thank you again for providing this forum for us.
I've been promoting them for a while. the Affiliate managers always respond to my emails in a timely fashion, and I get paid without any hassle. I don't make much with them, but they perform better than some other Betonsoft casinos do.
I got spam from firebrand. apparently some of you guys are earning more than $35,000 a month!
It's funny how they act like I actually did sign-up. 8)
Hey, how come my site isn't listed there!!!! Oh yeah, I'm not one of their most successful affiliates
I really wish programs like this would stop spamming potential affiliates. Or, if they must send an email, just send the one. I've had three in the last couple of weeks. I'm not interested in their program and have no wish to engage in dialogue with them.
What's worse is that these are frequently the programs that - if you do sign-up - are often the most aggressive about 'put us in the top slots'; 'you've only sent one player'; 'why can't I see our casino on your highest traffic site' and other irritations of that kind.
when i used to sell door to door, i had one thing and one only thing in mind, to get past the door, once i got in i could put in my charms and persuasion and make a sale... most managers think of the email like a door, the thing is, we make a trip 10 miles to get what we want, but we will not respond to spam, dat simple... there are so many REAL ways to get a guy to talk to you, add him on linked in, send a simple message WITH the invite so he can tell you to piss of if that is the case, and above all, take time to see the webmasters sites, or at least the flagship, cause a message saying, "hey we make tons of money come join us" wond cut it, if you make so much money why in the hell are you contacting me? this industry is really changing and not for the better...
Yep, I often get e-mails from non-US casinos, telling me they've looked over my site and it's a 'good match', then asking to be placed on one of my US-focused sites. I don't even bother to respond. And I won't respond to casinos who e-mail once a week, from lots of different people, totally ignoring any previous correspondence I've had with the casino. I'm looking at you, winner.com.
Last month I made a little money with this brand, to have it all wiped out at the end of the month... I always have trust issues when promoting new brands on my site.. I again this month have a decent amount of money built up with them.. We will see what happens |:
I'm amused by affiliate managers that assume that I give a shit about what any other affiliate does with their own site. So what if XXXXX Affiliate has signed up with your program? I couldn't care less.
I dont like the design of their casinos... They dont look pro.