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    Default Average ratio of 'real players' to 'depositors'?

    Hi. I am getting very frustrated. I am sending many players to a casino, and the ratio of people signing up as real players that end up depositing keeps dropping. At the beginning of the month it was around 2:1, now it's more like 4.5:1 and that seems unacceptable.

    I understand that there are many banking issues in this industry, but here's my stats for this month, does this seem abnormally low?

    2363 uniques, 90 downloads, 30 real player, 9 first deposits? (55 fun players)

    Why would people sign-up as real players if they weren't going to deposit?

    My second question: Does anyone know of casinos that have a good track record for accepting deposits? (read: lax banking rules?) I feel like I am just wasting all of these great players :-?

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    it all depends on how targeted your traffic is......
    some people play for fun before they deposit to try the software - i get better conversions with casino rewards sites compared to richwebmasters sites.
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    Right, but my question really isn't about targeted traffic.

    It's about after someone signs up as a real player, then never deposits. What ratio is normal for this? 2:1? 5:1?

    Thanks

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    You need to be more specific as to what casino. Do they have a no deposit bonus?
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    Hi. The casino uses playtech software, and they offer a 200% bonus up to $200.

    More than enough incentive to deposit $. Nice looking games too.

    My only thought is summer vacation kids just playing games could be making my stats suffer. It just bothers me when I see 4 real players, 10 fun players and zero depositors in a day. Or 20 real players in a week, and only 3 deposits. It doesn't add up.

    BTW, thanks for the help.

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    My experience with newer Playtech's is that they tend to convert a little less than established ones.

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    Those are not unrealistic stats, Fantasy.

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    how about the casinos that offer no deposit bonuses. Do players end up depositing or am I getting bonus hunters? I was getting hits like crazy on 3 of my flash casinos and they offer a $10.00 no deposit bonus now the sign ups have dropped to 0 and the ones that did sign up haven't deposited at all

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    Hi,

    Those stats are actually average for playtech casinos. You'll have much higher conversions promoting almost any other type of software. I always recommend Microgaming or RTG (depending on the casino) cryptologic and boss media casinos are others you can look at.

    But seriously playtech is horrible, many webmasters reported huge drops in income when richwebmaster casinos switched over to using playtech software.

    Also, try not to promote the bonuses as much as the virtues of the casino.

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