View Poll Results: What will the affiliate market for online gambling look like in the coming years?

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    16 25.40%
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    18 28.57%
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    29 46.03%
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    I think it should be more or less stagnant until something major happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    Generally I suggest slowly die off in peace and try something else. Blockchain standard for tracking would be a total gamechanger, but I am too sick of lazy devs to start working on that. On the top monetization is unclear for developing such product. It has to be something open sourced.

    For bookies:
    Bet365, bestpartners, SIA, 1xbet family, 5dimes have legit tracking. Probably Kindred, Betway are ok too. Except SIA avoid IA at all costs. But lack of tracking is just first line of thievery. The holocaust has many faces.

    Probably my estimation of 90% is too high. There are a lot of programs that have tracking still ok, but they do not convert, because they have **** brands. The better the brand the worse they intentionally care about tracking. Conversely 1xbet is a horrible bookie but/hence kudos to their multi-domain tracking.
    I have hesitated so often to put the word "blockchain" next to "affiliate programs" lol... But it does not pertain to the client side, more on the backend side, but if all stats and customer tagging (so not tracking) would be on blockchain, you could have 99.999999999% confidence in your reports. Tracking can evolve a lot as well, there is lots of room!
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    I agree, tagging of a customer, is essential. But even all action of customer can and should be somehow put on blockchain. The read-only access to restricted anonymized data would have affiliate; read/write access would have the house.
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    Affiliate marketing is alive and kicking for us - we do 6 figures a month and have done for some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edcarter89 View Post
    Affiliate marketing is alive and kicking for us - we do 6 figures a month and have done for some time.
    Wow, congrats. How much people in your team? Have you got buyout proposals from the big marketing corporations?
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    We have a team of about 10 atm, half of that is made up of our content writers.

    Weve had a few offers to sell our network but none have materialised so far.

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