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Discussion in 'New Casino Affiliates Questions' started by Guard Dog, Feb 2, 2009.
being productive gives one a sense of satisfaction.
So true... My day consists of Working, Working out and spending a little time with the fam. If I miss any of that I feel horrible.
I am not making too much. I am just around $500-$600 which is not sufficient for me. I hope I can increase my earnings in next 12 months.
I thought I join too. I make around $5 K per month from my gambling blog on average. And I've been doing it for three years (doing it full time only for about 9 months). Made less than $1k per month last year and peanuts in the first year ($50 - 100 per month). SEO is the most important thing in our ncihe, everything else is secondary.
Great story Simon. What site do you run? Sounds like you have moved from simple blog to well-SEO'd blog. Definitely a must in this industry.
Thanx but all good now, back on track and making nice 5 figures again
Just keep pushing it even when every odd is against you.
Simon's Online Gambling Blog. Nothing too fancy, maybe it's not apparent upon first glance, but I put a lot of work into it. As for "well SEOd" , well Google will be the judge of that
Looks great to me. I like the integration of 'rogue' casinos. That is always helpful to your customers. Other than that, lots of good content with great graphics, IMO. I think you have done a good job. Haven't looked at the SEO, but I am no expert on that I'm averages SEO at best.
Oh, and welcome to AGD! Hope you stay awhile, we have some great people here.
Reading a lot of this is inspiring and some great help here thanks guys!
Very inspirational thread for a newcomer like me.
BUT....How do I find casino AFFILIATE programs are genuine and pay high?
Can anyone please guide me?
I make around $2 K per month and i am regularly losing almost half of this in betting on sports events..
Sounds awesome! Do you have enough money for new ads after bets? I'm a biginner in it and have some experience in email marketing. Could you share some secreets with me, please?)
I've seen many people moving too. It's healthy risk management to be at a jurisdiction where it's legal and accepted what you're doing. I would not like to live at a place where I can't open a bank account, have to fear daily that my business will be shut down or I pay a shitload of taxes.
That's why I moved on. For every € 100 profit, I pay now € 48 less tax than before. Besides that, it's no problem to open bank accounts, find accountants, etc. It's motivating me really that earned bucks remain in my pocket instead of at the tax department and that I waste less time on finding banks, accountants, etc.
Do you mind if I ask in what offshore place did you setup your business?
You guys get money of this?
Nah, we are just here for the good company
You should be careful moving business offshore, just because your business is offshore, you might not be!
$150,000 lol ... that's amazing... Good job man
I'm going to back to work, I wanna be on that level too, haha.
Seems like the wage distribution is very skewed!