14 February 2017, 3:43 pm
Does anybody see far smaller revenues since new affiliate system?
I have few accounts at Euro Partners.
Since the started the new affiliate system my revenues dropped to a continuously amount of 25-30% over last month!
As I realised similar revenue drops in my and friends accounts at other program past years I did not promote them anymore
and wonder if you also have smaller revenues at Euro Partners since August 2016.
14 February 2017, 10:41 pm
Sometime during the second half of last year, my income went south and so I rarely check my account anymore.
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15 February 2017, 4:09 am
Experiencing the same thing. Have been sending a steady stream of players for many years, just recently rev crashed. Alarm bells are ringing very loud at the moment.
There was a big 'reorganization' at the time that new software was rolled out, with key AMs / Management moving out...
Had some good years with EP, with some of the best AMs of any program. Would be a shame if it crashed.
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16 February 2017, 9:33 pm
I have not been impressed with the new Europartners folks. We used to send them hundreds of thousands annually, until google EMD kicked our butts in 2012. Traffic has pretty well sucked since then.
We are on rev share with Euro. The affiliate manager (Sara) said that they could not keep paying us high revenue share with low traffic, demanded top positions, etc.
Keep in mind, our revenue has tumbled, so we are making a few hundred bucks a month there, on average.
High revenue % * nearly $0 revenue = not much.
So why make a big deal about a high rev share deal? Especially when we have great future potential as we develop new sites?
Europartners elected to damage a relationship that dates back to their inception, in order to save 20% of near nothing.
You can bet that once our ship is righted, Europartners won't be a program we give a lot of love to.
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