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    Default Bingo programs with sub-affiliate commissions

    Hi all, I'm new here, just wondering if there are any bingo affiliate programs offering 2-tier plans. I don't see many of them, contrary to online casinos.

    Is there any reason for this? Sub-affiiliate commission plans are not profitable por bingo programs or are there any hiccups to this?

    Thanks!

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    There are many programs that offer 2nd tier on bingo. 32Red, Fortune and Referback are a few. All are sponsors here and all are reputable.
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    Refer Bingo and Bingo Rewards should not be forgotten. They use the LeapFrog software.

    There are also a number of Playtech's that have bingo rooms so don't overlook them since many Playtech's have sub programs.

    I have a few listed here as well.
    http://www.casino-affiliate-world.com/bingo.htm

    There is also Revenue Giants although I personally can't seem to convert their rooms as well as the others I have mentioned, but some do quite well with them.

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    Thanks for your replies, I will check those programs!

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    I did this exercise recently and they are few and far between.

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    Hey Rick

    I could help set you up with private second tier deals with a number of Income Access bingo programs. PM me if interested and we can discuss.

    Cheers

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    Louis,

    That was pretty slick of you to create a single answer and talk to BOTH Rick's at the same time....lol

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    Default Why even one tier?

    I cannot understand why anyone would sign someone up as a sub-affiliate.

    Someone enlighten me..................................REALLY!

    Let's compare:

    1. I can take 150 hours of labor and put it into a new website that draws new customers and I make 30-35%...........or

    2. I can put 150 hours of time helping a sub-affiliate get started and make 3%

    I'm sorry but I just don't get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whichbingo View Post
    I did this exercise recently and they are few and far between.
    Could you please give me a list or your refer link?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jctroy440 View Post
    I cannot understand why anyone would sign someone up as a sub-affiliate.

    Someone enlighten me..................................REALLY!

    Let's compare:

    1. I can take 150 hours of labor and put it into a new website that draws new customers and I make 30-35%...........or

    2. I can put 150 hours of time helping a sub-affiliate get started and make 3%

    I'm sorry but I just don't get it.
    My Affiliate Aid site is completely geared toward second tier income as it's only revenue source. While the commission levels may be 3% to 10%, they can definitely be lucrative over the long term. Look at it this way... I can potentially attract hundreds of new affiliates to my site and if even a handful become high earners they will generate a significant residual income for me.

    Hundreds of affiliates generating thousands of players @ 3% (or more) equals a lot of money....

    Plus, I like helping new affiliates get up and running, avoid the usual pitfalls, and partner with top notch programs. I help them to succeed, they generate a tidy profit for me in the process. A win / win!
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    Terry nailed it dead on.

    May i also suggest visiting Dealer Dan's site..

    www.pokeraffiliatebible.com

    I mean he has spent thousands of hours helping affiliates.. LOL (me included).

    Ask him what he thinks!! LOL

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    Wow great comments and suggestions guys, it seems like this sub-affiliate plans are still something new, and commissions vary from one place to another to a greater extent than regular affiliate commissions. I'll also check pokeraffiliatebible right away!

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    Hi there,

    I will happliy chat to you about working together...

    Let me know if you're keen,

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