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    Default Casino Coins Affiliate Program.

    Am having on my website some brands from Casino Coins Affiliate Program,

    I get tones of downloads , but no registrations .... this for me it is very strange. Any of have any experiencce with Casino Coins Affiliate Program ??

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    Oh please email me this offer LMAO!

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    They suck!

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    They convert very well for me, probably the best of all I carry. They are honest and responsive and I can't think of a single issue. Players are happy and retention is great. Try advertising their tournies, they rock!

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    I find there program to also be honest and fair in reporting, lots of conversions. Perhaps an increase in exposure would change your thoughts about them.

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    We don't have any issues with the casino coins program, they always pay on time and usually convert on par with other USA casino programs we promote, sometimes better sometimes worse. I would recommend you promote their tournaments too, they are great (far better than the MGS tournaments), because they are easier for the players to understand and so more players actually get involved.

    It would also be interesting to know which of thier casinos you have on the site and what type of traffic you are getting to the site. For example if you have added 'SuperSlots' to a site that is primarily about blackjack and recieves hardly any slots traffic then I would not expect it to convert very well and would suggest you change it for Millionaire casino (with its higher table limits). What I am saying is be sure to align your traffic with the correct casino. Casino coinsn do have something for all types of 'casino game' traffic.

    Hope that helps.
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    I have no problems with them. I have there regular conversions, although not extraordinarily high. Their reporting section is transparent and they pay regularly without any problem.

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    I find casino coins to be really good to work with.

    So good, in fact, that I no longer actively promote any other Vegas Technology casinos

    For me, sign-up rates are in-line with most decent programs that accept US players, I always get paid, the players seem happy, plus the reporting system just improved, which is good to see...

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    I do good with them as well.

    Does anyone know for sure if they include the affiliate's id when sending out cross promos?

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    Casino Coins Affiliate Program Network, proud promoter of The English Harbour Casino Group, has led the way since 1999 when it became the first affiliate program to enter the online casino market. Providing Webmasters with the highest potential income through a combination of professional marketing assistance, unbeatable referral bonuses and one of the most lucrative commission structures on the Internet, Casino Coins continues to create webmaster success stories.

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    Now I understand lol.

    Brightshare please close this account.
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    It took me a while to warm up to them but now I have high hopes of them playing a big part in my future.

    To the person with the questions about downloads to conversions, please keep an eye on me because soon I will be releasing a tool that will allow affs to gather all of a player's future signups, instead of just one or a few, and it will also tell you if the player has been active and how often, the only thing you won't know is the exact amounts to keep that private for the player.

    This will put all the casinos you want with your tag in front of the player so before they even go on line they will have a large selection of casinos with your tags from which to choose.

    If you want to make it easy to keep up, visit me gambling affiliate place (see link in signature).

    GPWA gets a ton of posts and even though I come most every day the amount of pages to wade thru are a lot, i can see how it would be easy to miss my announcement once i have this completed.

    It is called casinoplanner and it will have some special novelties which should make it appealing to the player. All you'll have to do is push it a little bit.
    Almost Here! How would you like to be able to get not just one sign up from your player, or even a couple, but every single casino they join from here on? I've a plan that can make that happen and it will likely also tell you every time the player is active within the casino.

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    There are better online casino's that we can play and that are credible. Look after the reviews on real players.

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    Gamerbud,

    I am not really sure why you seem to be going out of your way to call Casino Coins credibility into question.

    If you have a real issue with them, try contacting someone there and work toward a solution, or maybe even ask a SEASONED Veteran affiliate here for some help in getting in contact with the right people there to get your problem worked out.

    You post:
    There are better online casino's that we can play and that are credible. Look after the reviews on real players.
    It is pretty clear that you have not done a lot of research yourself, because if you had you would have noticed that overall Casino Coins recieves fairly high ratings among affiliates for fairness, longevity, customer service, commission paid etc...etc....etc...

    Sure, every program out there have had their ups and downs at times, but very few programs have the history that CC does, and if you truly have something that needs looked into, let someone know instead of the remarks you are making questioning their credibility, without any kind of explanation or backing.

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    IMO "Gamerbud" is just a hired SEO consultant for BS and posting some goofy comments for backlinks, nothing more to say than draw your own conclusions.


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    Good catch....

    If that is what this guy is here for I will officially ask Anthony to log in to the back end and disable his sig links.

    Then we should also ask Lloyd to adress the issue with him directly.

    I know Lloyd would never directly condone such actions.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamerbud View Post
    There are better online casino's that we can play and that are credible. Look after the reviews on real players.
    This is really weird. Gamler bud has Brightshare links. Joe picked up on it:

    Quote Originally Posted by pdjoe
    Now I understand lol.

    Brightshare please close this account.
    Posts were deleted!!!!!

    Anthony, could you please figure this out for us? It appears post were deleted. Editing is one thing but deleting is another. ?

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    Mojo,

    Are you talking about the link spammer.

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    Mojo and anyone else that is wondering.

    We do our best to limit the amount of posts that are deleted, and often we only do so when posts are created solely for the purpose of spam.

    Also, there are times when I have attempted to soft delete a post (this deletes the post but leaves a note as to why, it allows other mods to more easily see when specific users have a pattern of spam) and the entire thread ends up disappearing...

    If the above happens, I then have to un-delete the post/thread and then am left with no choice but to go in and completly edit the post where the infraction occurred.

    We try very hard to preserve the integrity of all threads here, but when someone is posting just to spam, we are better off for the posts to just disappear since that is the only way some posters will learn that spam will not be tolerated.

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    The links are still active in Gamerbuds siggy - is someone going to delete those and ban this guy? There have been a few members lately spamming allslots in their signature links.... hmmm!
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