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    Default Value Of No Deposit Bonus Players

    I've never promoted no deposit bonuses.
    Is it worth it?
    Do the players ever deposit, and what is their average value?

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    In my experience it is worth it if you can get a decent volume of players in.

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    In my experience it attracts poor value customers who almost never turn into depositors. I'd focus your efforts elsewhere.

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    There are strategies to turn no depositers into players, but it needs some detours.
    At first you have to ask for data ... email and/or maybe better phone number!

    Offer some super special ND offers for subscribers only.

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    I will promote them but only for good brands who I think have the power to convert that user into a depositor later down the line.

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    These casino players are essentially worthless. Even if they deposit it will only be with a 100% bonus or higher and there is no money in that. There might be some minor exceptions like players waiting until pay day.
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    Near-to-zero value

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    Pretty much worthless - Promoting free spins and the like, you end up with lots of registrations and a few low value depositors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfiocch View Post
    Near-to-zero value
    I would even argue a negative value for players searching for ndb. Lets do an analysis with the following assumptions:

    1. On average 1% (1 in 100) will deposit $20 only once with a 100% bonus and lose
    2. Gaming fees are 15%
    3. On average 1% (1 in 100) will win and cashout the max amount of $100.
    4. Size of ndb is $10

    Total profit (loss) on 100 players that are searching for ndb:
    $20.00 Deposit from single depositing player
    (6.00) Gaming fees on depositing player ($40 x 15%)
    (147.00) Gaming fees on 98 players that receive $10 ndb but lost (98 x $10 x 15%)
    (100.00) payout to the single player that won and cashed out
    15.00 gaming fees added back for player that won $100 ($100 x 15%)
    (2) transaction fees on depositing player and payout
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    (220.00) loss before marketing and overhead costs on 100 leads searching for ndb
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    You can play around the assumptions but overall the picture is grim. So its tough to make money and I would argue a negative value.
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    NDP was worth something up to 2012-2013 year, today not.

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    A quick note from the operator's side - we have tried to bring NDB players from different sources, using various bonuses (free spins, chips). The value is zero. Sometimes, sometimes! It may happen that we get some good player in. But he might have signed up one way or another, so... It's not the best way to bring good customers, not even the top 3

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