View Poll Results: What affiliate program back-end software do you prefer?

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  • egass

    8 11.43%
  • Income Access

    21 30.00%
  • Mexos (Playtech Standard)

    1 1.43%
  • Microgaming Standard

    1 1.43%
  • MyAffiliates

    5 7.14%
  • NetRefer

    29 41.43%
  • RTG Standard

    2 2.86%
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    3 4.29%
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    Question What affiliate program back-end software do you prefer?

    There are a wide variety of affiliate program backend-software providers.

    For this week's poll vote on which back-end platform you prefer the most, and why. And be sure to share in a post the reasons for your choice, and whether there are particular features that you consider the most important in your evaluation of the platforms. And if there are certain features you would cherry-pick from the various platforms to create a hybrid you would like even better, share your list of favorite features with us.

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    Any platform that offers real time statistics as default is the nuts for me at the moment - which is something I expect in this day and age.

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    Income access, quick easy to read reports + monthly stats as soon as you login, would be better if real time but 24 hours is fine.
    Mexos is worst for the opposite reasons to the above

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    I don't know what software Betting Partners use, but it is very good, so I vote for that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanimus View Post
    Income access, quick easy to read reports + monthly stats as soon as you login, would be better if real time but 24 hours is fine.
    24 hours is "on the bus". It is not reflective of "industry leading, award winning software" in my ever so humble opinion.

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    My favourite is/was the proprietary one developed by C-Planet. That was amazing and could even be used to track signups to keywords. Amazing system. Pity they were a bunch of crooks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jokerman99 View Post
    My favourite is/was the proprietary one developed by C-Planet. That was amazing and could even be used to track signups to keywords. Amazing system. Pity they were a bunch of crooks.
    Incomeaccess can do this I believe? just attach acid=keyword to the end of the link

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    Wow really? Never knew that. Must look into it.

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    I like Microgaming standard. The reports are fairly detailed and show me almost everything that I need to see.
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    Any platform that offers some per player as well, country, deposit amount, preferred games, etc'...

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    IA without a doubt
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    netrefer for quick analysis

    IA if I want to look in more detail

    can't believe mexos hasn't got a vote yet lol

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    Voted for Netrefer

    They actually have a lot of data and types of reports - I like the ones where you could see how each player has performed or by specific page referral.

    But still, it could be improved a lot - I really wonder sometime if the guys that are doing all these software are actually checking with affiliates (not just with gambling companies) ways to improve them. I think they'll get some good tips if they would just be able to get feedback from at least 5% of the affiliates.

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    Between IA and netrefer for me. Voted for IA.
    If you were polling for "worst legacy piece of sh1te buggy crap software" then mexos would have got my vote.

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    The absolute WORST tracking software has to be what Pokerhost uses.

    No software of anything I have ever seen provides less information than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gambling Joe View Post
    I don't know what software Betting Partners use, but it is very good, so I vote for that one.
    It is myaffiliates. I agree, it's good.

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    egass and myaffiliates have the best looking backends.

    Perhaps netrefer might be better.

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    Based on the responses, I think the poll question is being answered a bit "loaded" to produce a singular answer.

    Perhaps coming up with "deal breaker" types of features (i.e. - what can you not live without) or something along the lines of (complete the thought) "The best affiliate software has the following features :".

    I think this would paint a more accurate picture of what an award worthy piece of software should look like.

    For me, player reports that show daily activity and information by player (about the player), as well as earnings by brand, and stats that update in or near real time are the most important features.

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    Unfortunately I do not use hardly any of these?? I guess the main I use is RTG Standard, Affactive, Rev Jet and DeckMedia. I like the rec jets back end the most. It is super easy to apply trackers to links and keep your campaigns organized easily. They must not all be the same though cause the DeckMedia back end I do not like at all. It is all confusing, hard to link to banners and keep everything easily organized.
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