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    Default Which is the biggest casino aff site by your opinion

    I know that this is sensitive question but i am curious about our biggest partners. As i look at G rankings and traffic tools i rank them as follows:

    1.casino.guru
    2.vegasslotsonline
    3.casino.org
    4.askgamblers
    5.slotsup

    What do you think?

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    How do you define "big"? Assume you mean the one who brings the most FTD's not?

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    I don't think that it is a proper way to 'weight' them. There are other sites, that generate much more branded traffic that few of the listed above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noday View Post
    I know that this is sensitive question but i am curious about our biggest partners. As i look at G rankings and traffic tools i rank them as follows:

    1.casino.guru
    2.vegasslotsonline
    3.casino.org
    4.askgamblers
    5.slotsup

    What do you think?

    Well I have never heard of 4 of your top 5, and I am suprised you list the one I have heard of. So I think it is a very geographicly sensitive thing. It would also as others have said depend how you define "Big" and also what type of gambling. For what it is worth I would list it as:

    Sportsbooks = OddsChecker
    Casino = CasinoMeister
    Poker = PokerStrategy

    But I dont expect that I am correct. It would be interesting to know actually but I dont think affiliates generally publish that info and no individual Casino/Sportsbook/Poker site would know, they would only know THEIR biggest affiliate. but not which affiliate has most FTDs over all the merchants they promote.

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    None of the above are the biggest.

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    This definitely has far too many elements (Geo, volume vs value, branding) If you're only using Search visibility as your metric and it seems only US traffic for it. Then I would say your list still needs revisiting.

    I would say in no order whatsoever:
    - Casino.org
    - vegasslotsonline.com
    - gambling.com
    - askgamblers.com < -- mostly cannibalizing operator traffic.
    - casino.guru <-- not ranking for the most valuable ones though

    Then again, some aff managers will probably have a better idea on what the "real" players are. Casino.org and legendcorp are probably up there, delivering more traffic than the likes of Catena Media and Better Collective.

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    From your list I would choose casino.guru or casino.org.

    They work with almost all markets and lots of languages but still as says above there are much more websites that could be included to your list here

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    Well, i know that it depends of what kind of traffic these sites accumulate and of course the geo.
    About casino.guru i assume that they are one of the biggest because they have more than 40 people in their team.That's a lot of salary to pay : )
    Askgamblers were selled for 15millions, so i assume they are big.
    Gambling.com and casino.org generate a lot of US, Canada traffic according to traffic tools(ahrefs, similarweb, serpstat, etc.) that they couldn't be small : )
    Vegasslotsonline are site for free casino games, maybe they don't generate much FTD's, but on the other hand they generate tons of traffic.(i am in the same niche and i know that free casino games bring less than 5% of the branded traffic-talking about FTD's)
    It's impossible to know how much do sites make but man is always wondering. It's not envy, it's just knowing where are you going to and where to set up your goals : )
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    Quote Originally Posted by noday View Post
    I know that this is sensitive question but i am curious about our biggest partners. As i look at G rankings and traffic tools i rank them as follows:

    1.casino.guru
    2.vegasslotsonline
    3.casino.org
    4.askgamblers
    5.slotsup

    What do you think?
    I'm not allowed post links yet (Hi Im new), but EGR do a Power Affiliate list every year.
    They don't break out by vertical anymore, but I'd guess its:
    Catena Media
    Raketech
    XL Media
    KaFe Rocks
    Natural Intelligence
    Blexr

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    I think who is most trustworthy is more interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonusFinder View Post
    I'm not allowed post links yet (Hi Im new), but EGR do a Power Affiliate list every year.
    They don't break out by vertical anymore, but I'd guess its:
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    Vegasslotsonline by far.. not just by the amount of keywords but also their top rankings, they outclass all the others on the list.

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    Vegasslotonline definitely.

    They rank better not only for keywords, but have a lot of useful information, also all the well and not well-known casinos.

    They are from a different league, like AC MIlan with Marco Van Baste , Guulit and Rjicard.
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    The largest affiliate in terms of FTDs hasnt been mentioned. And I'm sure they'd like to keep it that way.

    And no, I'm not saying

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    I think a year or 15 ago casinocity was really big....

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    EGR's list only includes affiliates who champion to be on the list, mostly publicly held groups that need the attention to appease their shareholders, or private malta/european based groups that need EGR's validation it to recruit more talent/employees into their group

    There are bigger and more profitable gambling affiliates that are out there that send more FTDs and have higher margins and profits than all of the top 5 EGR affiliates, and that will probably never even want to be on the EGR list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hublot View Post
    EGR's list only includes affiliates who champion to be on the list, mostly publicly held groups that need the attention to appease their shareholders, or private malta/european based groups that need EGR's validation it to recruit more talent/employees into their group

    There are bigger and more profitable gambling affiliates that are out there that send more FTDs and have higher margins and profits than all of the top 5 EGR affiliates, and that will probably never even want to be on the EGR list.
    From what I understand of the current judging process a panel of affiliate managers submit a list of their largest affiliates, so I think it really gets skewed by which operators they ask.

    However I do agree, I do know some super large affiliates that are very publicity shy

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    AskGamblers for sure.
    Plug their domain in Ahrefs, Semrush or Majestic and check yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoyMitchell View Post
    The largest affiliate in terms of FTDs hasnt been mentioned. And I'm sure they'd like to keep it that way.

    And no, I'm not saying
    I agree with you ,best to mind your business and keep your head down in this business or copycats will come out of the woods lol

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    With Google algorithm updates changing the playing field so quickly it's impossible to say. That said Ask Gamblers were rightly seen as the gold standard for a long time and certainly have to be a contender for the top spot. Particularly so that they now operate in half a dozen markets and offers users far beyond what your bog standard bedroom affiliate offers.

    It goes without saying it's very hard to be a trend setter or truly original in this niche.

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