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    I am really curious about the differences in average income per website visitor of the affiliates on this forum. Of course i understand if you do not want to share Any details.
    But in average i am curious to see the differences in type of website, types of gaming promoted and the type of affiliate.

    - Do no deposit focussed websites have a way lower average income per visitor?
    - Does sportsbetting have a higher average income per visitor?
    - Are forums and interactive gaming websites better in revenue
    - SEO websites higher average?
    - Bonus Farms lower in income than quality review websites?
    - Is there a big difference in income per website visitor for different affiliates?

    i want to share that we are between €1.50 and €2,50 in income per website visitor at the moment.

    Just curious if this is in line with other affiliates on this forum.

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    But how is this € 1,50 - € 2,50 calculated? Before sharing things, I think it's important to compare apples to apples.

    My first shot to the questions:
    - I think so. No deposit websites attract people that are looking for a no deposit bonus. It's likely they won't deposit.
    - Don't know anything about sportsbetting.
    - It depends very much on the quality of the forum I think. In general I think forums do attract people that want to talk, not people that want to play.
    - Depends on which key words they target I think.
    - I guess so.
    - I am sure about that. Same thing for other indicators, like clickratio, click/nrc, click/ndp/ click/€ etc

    Other things that are making differences in my opinion:
    - Your negotation skills / deals you're making
    - The programs you're working. Some programs really do have poor conversion and retention rates.

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    €1.50 - €2.50 is calculated as our income. So what we receive from all casinos in a month.
    Example 1.000 visitors we get €2.000 income out of casinos. So €2,- per visitor in this example.
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    I can see it pretty nice in my Statsremote.
    I track 54 gambling affiliate programs there.
    Year to date i earned Euro 1,32 for every unique visit which i sent to operators!
    All time number is Euro 1,08 ... so i΄m on a right way!

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    Currently getting around £6.30 per unique visitor.

    ill answer your questions based on my experience when I used to be an affiliate manager and my current experience as an affiliate.

    1.no deposit sites have a very poor conversion rate from registration to depositing player, -'s even then the deposits would never be great due to the type of player they bring in (bonus hunter)
    2. Completely depends on the deals that each affiliate has in place, typically casino players are more likely to be worth more and sports players are much more volatile when you factor in wins and losses throughout the month.
    3. No real experience with forums but I don't imagine they'd be much good in regards to converting players
    4. seo and PPC have the most value, however this depends on what keywords you're bidding/ranking for.
    5. Some of the biggest earners in the business are what you would call bonus farms, it all depends what you rank for anbonus farm on the 10th page of Google won't earn anything however a bonus farm In the top 3 for free bets should easily be pulling in 6 figures a month.
    6. All affiliates are different in which niche and sub niche they target which will result in different income by click and is completely dependant on the deals they have set up and the brands they're pushing.

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    If you've been around a while then monthly rev per click doesn't make much sense. You could have an account base of 10,000 at a program earning you £100k a month with only 1000 clicks, but that doesn't mean each click is worth £100.

    Unless you're only looking at rev from new accounts, but then again it's not calculating the true rev as those accounts will keep playing...
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    I think i understand what Eenzoo is saying, but to be clear it's every unique click on an affiliate link?

    I believe the original question although not formulated that way is asking. What are you averaging per unique site visitor per month?

    This is not something i can really answer, because my big income (affiliate) is through placement. ie - i go after the big professional Asian handicap gamblers with direct contact. For example - I have one professional player on a divided profit share who brings 5-10K per month, and then 15-20 others who can bring 500 to 2500 each!

    However, with regards to the site and relying on clicks, mine would be lower than what others mentioned before me. People sign up, but they don't seem to deposit. For example over a couple of months:

    BET365 : 224 clicks - 1 sign up - 0 deposit
    5 dimes : 450 clicks - 1 sign up - 0 deposit
    Sportsbettingonline - 420 clicks - 7 sign ups - 0 deposit.
    Matchbook - 820 clicks - 3 sign ups - $360 (my share)
    Coral - 6249 clicks (year to date) - 0 sign ups - 0 !!
    1XBET - 8 sign ups - minus $349

    However, like i mentioned above i have Asian accounts bringing over 20K per month. And, when i promote other agents and high value operators the results are much better. Furthermore, i have other income from the site!

    Despite that -- 99% of visitors to my (tipping) site would be leisure players, or wannabe professionals.

    In short - As a direct salesman it works for me!. Relying on the site and affiliates wouldn't.

    I have recently started a tutorial site --- maybe i can find some greenies over that!

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    With regards to sportsbetting, it's not all the same sites which focus money line betting vs NFL spread betting makes a huge difference in revenue, also different countries tend to risk different amounts with regards to betting bot sports and/or casinos then there is also volume.. can you compare 100 vistits making $10 per visit to 1000 making $3 per visit, which is better? and is there a trade off?.

    Then you can break down indiviual progams.. i have some which turn over huge figure per click and others that struggle, is this the down to the affiliate or operator? lot's of variables which are really tough to answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syndicate View Post
    Coral - 6249 clicks (year to date) - 0 sign ups - 0 !!
    Maybe nothing in this, but I found a bunch of old Coral links that were going to an error page the other day in the format affiliates.galacoral.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag - switching them to affiliate.coral.co.uk/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag (dropping the gala bit) sorted them out and they landed on a proper landing page.

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    I do not mean clicks on affiliate links.
    I mean website visits on your affiliate website. So your income on your own visitors.
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    Thanks for the possible red flag - I'll have a look and ask them. It's hard to understand why so many people would have clicked without any sign-up!

    Quote Originally Posted by golfbettingsystem View Post
    Maybe nothing in this, but I found a bunch of old Coral links that were going to an error page the other day in the format affiliates.galacoral.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag - switching them to affiliate.coral.co.uk/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag (dropping the gala bit) sorted them out and they landed on a proper landing page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBCasinos View Post
    I do not mean clicks on affiliate links.
    I mean website visits on your affiliate website. So your income on your own visitors.
    That could be hard to say exactly!
    What counter? Piwik, GA?
    If GA, you have excluded all bots and referral spammer, that could be more or less 30% of someones "traffic"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eenzoo View Post
    That could be hard to say exactly!
    What counter? Piwik, GA?
    If GA, you have excluded all bots and referral spammer, that could be more or less 30% of someones "traffic"!
    Yes it is GA and we removed all bots and spammers.
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    Hm not possible for me. I have not all domains in GA and i can΄t track a single domain in Statsremote.
    Would have to login into every single account to pull the data for the "GA domains".

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