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    Hello I would like to know, what model works better CPA or RevShare? I know, sometimes you get highroller (good for RevShare) but in long period, what do you think is better?

    And the second thing is that, brokers usually don't offer RevShare. It is not advantageous to them?

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    Depends from the broker etc.

    We work with some on Rev.Share, with some on CPA, but have seen that hybrid works in most cases even better!
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    I also think that the hybrid option is the best. That means you won't miss your "big fish".

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    In the long run, RevShare is the most profitable.

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    Rev share for me, hate the thought of missing out on a decent player for a relatively small bounty.

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    Rev Share by far.. Most hybrids will take a few points off so you can have that extra $50-100.., but it also depends on your sign up format-- what type of traffic you get, first time bettors or bonus hunters that want to do the minimum than CPA "though some require a high min deposit"

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    Rev share over CPA unless you're in need of some cash up front and quickly. I've got a couple of hybrid deals on the go and they are decent if you can negotiate them.

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    we work with CPA up to 700$

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    Rev share is generally the way most affiliates will go for long-term profitability but sometimes getting cash in the door quicker better suits.

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    I lose over 100k with cpa deals...

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    I was fresh on the market and dont understand what is cpa and what is rev.

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    First 6 months CPA. After you can try revenue share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiriprochazka View Post
    Hello I would like to know, what model works better CPA or RevShare? I know, sometimes you get highroller (good for RevShare) but in long period, what do you think is better?

    And the second thing is that, brokers usually don't offer RevShare. It is not advantageous to them?

    Thank you for your opinions

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    I think RevShare is better than CPA in most of the cases.

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    It can go either way, because a single player can profit you tens of thousands of dollars, but a few players may only deposit about $10 each and a new just about nothing. From this perspective, at say revenue share has a much higher potential

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    I go with CPA with only a few on revenue-share. If you know the value of your customers and know they will stick around then go with revenue share for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eaton2003 View Post
    I go with CPA with only a few on revenue-share. If you know the value of your customers and know they will stick around then go with revenue share for sure.
    I'd like to comment on this - if you know the players won't stick around, aren't you playing with fire on CPA? Surely the affiliate program will just stop the deal after a month or two?
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    Revenue Share is the way to go if you want long term life span as an affiliate if your traffic is good you'll continue to earn year after year with CPA for me its a Crap shoot

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    From the average player value we see, we would always advise Rev-Share.

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    At the moment we combine these options.
    We work with a few CPA offers, a few hybrid deals and most of the deals are on rev share.
    The combination does it for us. The cpa gets you some money directly, the same with hybrid deals and the rev share is great for longer term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renee View Post
    I'd like to comment on this - if you know the players won't stick around, aren't you playing with fire on CPA? Surely the affiliate program will just stop the deal after a month or two?
    Not really playing with fire as I have found some traders to make a net profit in the six figures and yes that would been good to be in CPA. It is down to the brand to get the traders to stay but in my case I know my traffic is solid and so do the brands. If you send a string of bad clients you will have your CPA deal axed for sure. CPA allows me to put a figure per player on what I can spend in marketing to bring them in so for me it is done purely as a business move taking CPA over rev share.
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    Always revshare (don't think I've ever had CPA). Just need one big player to win the affiliate lottery and make it worth more than any cpa offered.

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