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    Halo All,
    Good Day.

    I am pretty new here and want to learn a lot from this forum.I am determinedto survive in this affiliate industry though i know that it is a very saturated niche.
    I have some questions for you good People.Hope you will help me by answering them.

    1.where can learn this sports betting site making whole process?where did you learn?Is it like any other niche site like electronics or ornaments?.
    2.Can i promote two affiliate partners in a same website at the same time?..Like bet365,unibet and betway in one website being a partner to them all?
    3.How much would be a good amount for starting a site for a student?..I am not planning to get rich tomorrow..I want to b here for the long run...

    I know these all pretty noob ques...but you answers will be very much appreciated....

    Thanks guys...waiting to hear from you..

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    Start by reading everything you can here about the partners you plan on choosing BEFORE you put huge amount of effort into promoting them.

    Some you may find have problems with players (this can affect conversion rates and longevity of player revenue)

    Some of them may have a bad history of not paying affiliates. (this has a direct affect on your bottom line)

    Having the attitude you are here for the long haul and the riches will most likely not come overnight is a great place to start, and creating an account here at the GPWA is a huge benefit to the learning curve, there are more then 15 years of questions being asked and answered contained within the GPWA pages, keep reading.

    And welcome to the GPWA

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    Hi Shezan and a warm welcome to GPWA!

    You made the right choice to join this forum. You'll find a lot of good people on here who will help you out with anything that you need.

    To answer all of your questions, you simply have to start of by choosing who you want to work with (research thoroughly first before registering with any casino affiliate program as there are many of them who don't have the best reputation). You can sign up and work with as many affiliate programs as you want. There are no limits. Start off by choosing a specialised casino template or theme. Here's a good site that will give you some ideas: http://www.casinotemplates.net

    I started in this industry over a decade ago (2005) now and I've never looked back. I was also a student back then and I couldn't find any work in the field (Information Technology) that I was studying for at the time in college, so I decided to become a casino affiliate as the rest of my family was already apart of it and they encouraged me to follow suit. You can do it and it's definitely worth it. It's very rewarding. You'll always find obstacles, but don't be deterred and more importantly, you must never give up. It might take you some time though (it took me about 6-8 months to get my 1st depositer) to see new depositors joining you under your casinos. I don't know how much it will cost you exactly, but it shouldn't be very expensive. You will be looking at paying for internet access, web hosting, social media advertising and domain renewals. Do you have a rough price estimate that will fit your budget?
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    Hi Guys,

    We are quite new in this industry, could you please advise what are the best sports brands to start promoting ? with the best conversion rate, payouts and etc.

    thank you!

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    You are 10 years too late. Not smart to start a business when market is saturated. Use your energy, your time and your money to find something new that will be in fashion in the future

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    @ smashingtip.
    as I said earlier
    creating an account here at the GPWA is a huge benefit to the learning curve, there are more then 15 years of questions being asked and answered contained within the GPWA pages, keep reading.
    But you have to be willing to read the threads, as the question you asked, is asked almost every week.

    @Mrprono,
    I disagree with you since I think there is plenty of room for those willing to work in this industry, but agree gone are the days when one can just put up a banner farm and make huge money, but that was actually more then 10 years ago, more like 15-20.

    Rick
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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    @ smashingtip.
    as I said earlier


    But you have to be willing to read the threads, as the question you asked, is asked almost every week.

    @Mrprono,
    I disagree with you since I think there is plenty of room for those willing to work in this industry, but agree gone are the days when one can just put up a banner farm and make huge money, but that was actually more than 10 years ago, more like 15-20.

    Rick
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    Thank for the support! we are putting a lot of effort into this, hoping to get good advice here from the industry professionals.

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