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    Default 700 real players in a 2 year span

    Hi could someone tell me if it is possible to get 700 real players in a 2 year span from an online gaming portal or even 800 real players in 2 years? Is this a difficult target to acheive?

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    Seems reasonable to me, that's just over 1 player a day.
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    I think it's real. One year is for getting a high ranking in search engines and the second year is for getting players.

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    what is your earn with 700 players to month ?

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    I think it depends on why you want a specific figure over a set period of time.

    Is this a special deal? Will you be using a new site? Whats the target market and how do you intend to fufill the required number of players?

    I don't think it's as easy as saying yes or no. Perhaps you can gauge by how many players you currently refer.

    Sure 700/800 is possible but only if you are established and confident with what you are doing.

    More details would be required to give a more detailed answer.

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    are you working on a commissions deal?

    or are you working on a CPA deal?

    also, what programs are you promoting?

    we need to know more info about the specifics of your deal and source of your traffic to give you a more accurate answer.

    as a very general figure i would estimate approx. $140,000
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    Default 700 Players

    Retention rate of Players is also a very important factor to take into consideration here. Many Players make their first deposit at a casino and you never hear from them again. Others come back again and again, not necessarily month after month, make deposits, and play again. For me, the Brightshare group of casinos has a very fine retention rate. I have Players who signed up four years ago who are still playing at All Slots, Wild Jack, and First Web. Such is not the case for me with other programs. You need to take into account that repeat business is very important in this industry, as it certainly is with other business lines as well. Today's achievements are never a prediction of tomorrow's.
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    Real players and depositing players are different things. And true, retention is very important... But i think it depends mostly on players, not casino. Maybe i'm wrong, but that's what i think now

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