Question about the affiliate program, a good program

Discussion in 'New Casino Affiliates Questions' started by Rampidro, Dec 17, 2017.

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    Rampidro

    Rampidro New Member

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    I am looking for a program which pays even for free joining players without a deposit for so-called pay per free sing up. I know that they are and I need one. It can have many billing models, etc. Payments can be made once a month or every week. If you were on your bank account or paypal or neteller. However, as I mentioned, I am interested in the program, which pays in addition to known commission models, also for pay per free sing-up, so-called no deposit for the player.

    Best wishes, with words of respect MichaƂ
     
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    KasinoKing

    KasinoKing Player turned affiliate.

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    I like a good free sing up - I usually do Karaoke at the pub every Friday :p

    Seriously, I can't imagine why anyone would pay just for sign-ups - but I suppose it is possible...
    However, I'm sure you'd earn a LOT more with a good converting rev-share operator.

    Seasons greetings & good luck!
    KK
     
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    jopaa

    jopaa Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    Please let me know if you find one because I have a couple of programs that I would made way more money than with my actual ref share deal. :)
     
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    DaftDog

    DaftDog Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    This type of system would dwarf CPA fraud.
     
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    NDG

    NDG Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    I haven't seen any that offer pay per sign-up. The whole "pay per" revenue model is normally
    setup as an advantage to the affiliate program. They want to keep all of the revenue generated
    by your depositing players, so they offer a set fee. This doesn't always work out, and there are
    many examples where affiliate programs refuse to pay because the affiliate is referring friends,
    offering their own incentives to get people to the casino, or not bringing in "quality" players
    that the affiliate program expects to generate revenue from over the long-term.

    You should always go with revenue share. One good depositor can earn you a lot more than
    what you'd earn on pay per sign-up for hundreds or even thousands of no deposit sign-ups.
     

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