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    I think the OP asked about CPA or revenue share in binary options. I believe the gamblers there are different and I just have an impression the affiliate programs are more fishy than average sportsbook/casino program.

    So HQ traffic+good affiliate+sports/casino = revenue share. How is it by binary options, I really do not know. I just have an impression that it is pure thievery of their retarded customers and the people who run that have tendency to steal from affiliates too, so the CPA might make more sense, but that is just my impression about that market, that may be wrong.

    I would really like to know opinion of someone trustful about binary options affiliates. I have some markets where I would like to test it, even when I think this is really hardcore thievery of customers (much worse than Playtech bonuses ).
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    That depends on the quality of your traffic ,
    as well as the conversion rate of the Affiliate program you promote.

    Affiliates prefer cpa most of the time

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    I think better is Revenue share.. Few players can deposit only 10$ but sometimes you catch a "big fish" and he can deposit 1000$ and more

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    Hey, guys thank you for all your opinions. I also think that the rev share is much better but if you are a binary options affiliate it's quite different. Why? Because many companies don't offer rev share, so you can't choose what do you wanna. I think it's because the value of a trader (gambler) is much bigger in binary options business than in casino, slots. So they don't wanna let you have rev share, simply because they know that will save money instead of giving you high % of money that trader will lose.
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    Rev Share for higher profits and long term collaborations.
    As an operator, I don't like it so much but still I have to offer it for some affiliates that they are insisting on this.

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    It also depends on the volume and quality of your traffic.
    If you have just few traders/players on RevShare deal, it risky since they might lose. Unless you catch some big fish.
    In such case CPA would be better for you.

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    I am going to go against the grain here and say CPA. Most new binary traders are not big fish but new players looking to try their luck at binaries. They are looking to be traders/investors not gamblers. Since 98% lose money, They are not very likely to redeposit. So take that CPA cash upfront and keep it pushing.

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    looking to be traders/investors not gamblers.
    This was one of the largest issues with binary options programs and their affiliates, they promoted it as "investing" when it was clearly not investing.

    The fact that many binary programs are going away will be helpful to the industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    This was one of the largest issues with binary options programs and their affiliates, they promoted it as "investing" when it was clearly not investing.

    The fact that many binary programs are going away will be helpful to the industry.

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    True. But, it's something that is happening more. For example all those lottery sites. Most of them are selling it as "participating in a lottery and buying tickets", while it's betting on the outcome of a lottery...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles_FTA View Post
    Revenue Share is the way to go if you want long term life span

    With the way some programs flip (these days), retroactively change T&C's, or close and open fresh at the drop of hat, "long term life span" isn't always guarantee in todays market. IMHO if one is signing up to a program in today's climate, I'd be inclined to take a hybrid deal. Too bad other programs don't offer a wagering model like Rewards. If they did, I'd take that over anything
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    In case of a casino affiliate - rev. share might be a better option.

    In case of FX, rev. share sucks big time. While the broker profits from the client losses (in most of the cases), you are getting back only a % from the spreads & commissions. FX rev. share doesn't work the same way casino rev share does.

    On average, a forex trader will make some 10-15 lots during his lifetime. If you are getting paid $10 per lot, this is some $100-$150. In contrast, CPA ranges from $200 (for very weird countries) to $1000.

    But again, kinda depends on what you do. If you have a way to impact trader's deposit and his trading activity, rev. share might be a better option. As for me, CPA all the way.

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    definitely revshare is better for long time

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