View Poll Results: Do you earn revenue through subaffiliates?

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  • I've never tried to earn revenue through sub-affiliates.

    8 47.06%
  • I've tried but have never signed up any sub-affiliates.

    1 5.88%
  • I've signed up sub-affiliates, but have not yet made any money from them.

    4 23.53%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute less than 1% of my revenue.

    1 5.88%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute less than 2% of my revenue.

    0 0%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute less than 3% of my revenue.

    1 5.88%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute less than 4% of my revenue.

    0 0%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute less than 5% of my revenue.

    0 0%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute 5% to 9% of my revenue.

    2 11.76%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute 10% to 14% of my revenue.

    0 0%
  • I have sub-affiliates and they contribute 15% or more of my revenue.

    0 0%
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  1. #1
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    Question Do you earn revenue through subaffiliates?

    May affiliate programs offer a revenue share to affiliates for other affiliates who sign up under them.

    And I certainly know of cases where GPWA webmasters work with a particular affiliate program and encourage other webmasters to join under their account.

    So I'm curious, do many webmasters make some revenue through sub-affiliate sign-ups of other webmasters. And do any webmasters make a significant amount of their revenue through such sub-affiliates.

    Please post your thoughs about and experience with sub-affiliates.

    Michael
    GPWA Executive Director, Casino City CEO, Friend to the Village Idiot

    Resources for Affiliates: iGamingDirectory.com, iGamingAffiliatePrograms.com, GamingMeets.com

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    The only place I've tried is in the signup section of the private forums. I don't really make anything of sub-affs any longer but used to manage 1-2k a month which was nice for very little effort.

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    Michael

    We have a few that are making good money but most only make a few bucks each month, being a super affiliate is the same as being a normal affiliate you need to keep pushing the sites in to get a income long term, some sites will stick and you will make a very nice income for very little work.

    Shaun


    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelCorfman View Post
    May affiliate programs offer a revenue share to affiliates for other affiliates who sign up under them.

    And I certainly know of cases where GPWA webmasters work with a particular affiliate program and encourage other webmasters to join under their account.

    So I'm curious, do many webmasters make some revenue through sub-affiliate sign-ups of other webmasters. And do any webmasters make a significant amount of their revenue through such sub-affiliates.

    Please post your thoughs about and experience with sub-affiliates.

    Michael

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    I continue to find it frustrating that many programs only pay lip service to this once we have signed up although they plaster details about it all over their sites. For example:

    - difficult to find sub-affiliate links in the marketing area and sometimes they are non-existant and we have to contact the program for links

    - terms with terms that inisist on minimum player numbers completely ignore those affiliates who have a large sub-affiliate base and low player base

    - forget to include sub-affiliate revenue in calculating the monthly revenue

    - sub-affiliates seem to disappear from time to time

    - when programs merge, player transfers are addressed and sub-affiliates are not
    James

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