Does Twitter Owe Affiliates Some Cash?

The wizards of Wall Street valued Twitter at somewhere in the neighborhood of $24.9 billion when the company went public last week. That very impressive number that has some Twitter's users wondering how much their tweets factor into the big picture and Time Magazine has developed a tool to help them figure it all out.…

How to Use Progressive Jackpots as a Marketing Tool

In case you haven’t noticed, progressive jackpots are the hot stuff in the online casino affiliate world nowadays. Now that you know that, it would be a good idea for you to start making the most of them on your site by using them to attract players and to make the online gaming experience of…

Gambling Affiliate Programs from the Past: What We're Missing Most

[caption id="attachment_26142" align="alignright" width="215" caption="Things were simpler then..."][/caption] That seems to be the gist of what our CAP readers told us recently on our forum thread, Ahhh...the Good Old Days! What Do You Miss Most? Here's some of what they had to say about that particular  subject. Affiliate Schwag and Perks Before Black Friday in 2011 and…

Gambling Affiliate Programs We Miss Most

Whether you've been in the iGaming business for a couple years or a couple decades, there's a good chance that you've seen a lot changes during that time. On a recent CAP forum thread titled, Ahhh...The Good Old Days! What Do You Miss The Most?, we asked gaming affiliates to share memories of their early…

OMGPOP Success Story: What We Can Learn

Seven weeks ago, an obscure social gaming company call OMGPOP quietly introduced introduced an app called Draw Something, a sort of social gaming version of Pictionary. Almost immediately, the game rocketed to the top of the iPhone Apps Store and has been downloaded over 35 million times. Of course success like this draws plenty of…