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January 8, 2008 at 5:18 pm #606788AnonymousInactive
I know its not masses of traffic but ive sent 100+ real visitors, through banners and links.. without even a download or Guest account !
Anyone actually generating income ?
newyJanuary 8, 2008 at 5:34 pm #758181AnonymousInactive
You betcha, for years. See what happens when you build up a player base.January 12, 2008 at 9:29 pm #758556AnonymousGuest
I have been a strong supporter for them for years.January 13, 2008 at 12:20 am #758568AnonymousInactive
i would not promote the if people did not speak highly of them, such as the 2 earlier posters
I have been sending traffic and conversion is slow compared to other programs, could be that they already have an account as they have been online for a while but i will continue to send them as the ones who play stay playing and i like the revenue model they offer affiliates.January 13, 2008 at 2:22 am #758570AnonymousInactive
100 real people – and not one guest account?
That’s certainly not going to pay the bills is it – but it’s not reflective of our experience with Casino Rewards.
So far this month we’ve sent 256 clicks for :
– 173 downloads
– 26 registrations
– 7 new players.
Profits are around $5 per click right now (a nice metric to use).
So I’d take a good tough look at these things :
– your traffic source – are you targetting free players?
– your sales pitch – are players expecting to see the landing page you send them to?
– your affiliate code – is it registering everything OK?
You certainly should expect a 3,5 or 10% conversion rate for registrations at least.
Hope that helps.
:hattip:January 13, 2008 at 5:55 am #758577AnonymousInactive
One of my top earners.January 13, 2008 at 5:24 pm #758596biggygMember
I cant make enough to buy a cup of coffee with them .We took them off all the top pages about 5 months ago because they were on same website with two other groups from microgaming (fortune and brightshare)which makes us $xx,xxx a month ,practically one banner next to another and cant get anything on the go with reward affiliates.January 13, 2008 at 6:28 pm #758598AnonymousInactive
After all these years this still puzzles me – you never know what will do well on what site until you try. At this time I do fine with Rewards and Fortune and can’t make a go of Brightshare.
I have learned though that programs I didn’t do well with last month or last year may well rule this year or this month (whatever time frame you use to look at things). So I keep one good spot that I use to rotate good programs through that didn’t work for me before. Many, if not most, start picking up the ball at some point.January 13, 2008 at 6:42 pm #758599LucretiaMember
Rewardsaff. statement so far :
1096 clicks 597 downloads 168 registrations 16 new players earnings $379
not bad but earnings are low compared to other MG programs.
But I will stick with them unless they will be accused of spamming.
(Captain cooks casino might have done this)
RickJuly 12, 2008 at 7:23 pm #772664AnonymousInactive
I think that their new revenue share model is very bad! I’ve made a good money with them in the past, but when they announced the new model – I can’t earn enough with them. My research shows that player making about 4K deposits to wager 100K. I make ~ 0.25% of 100K = 250$ LOL … AND some players do make stupid bets, thats mean thay can wager only 10K for example of 1K deposits.July 12, 2008 at 8:15 pm #772667AnonymousInactive
@ALEX777 168567 wrote:
I make ~ 0.25% of 100K = 250$ LOL …
The affiliate share seems to be around 1.1% to 1.3% of turnover on our stats on a monthly basis.
Where did you get 0.25%?July 12, 2008 at 8:56 pm #772669biggygMember
I miss my casino profit share revenueJuly 12, 2008 at 11:29 pm #772673AnonymousInactive
Hard to believe with 286 players not one player actually played today and yesterday 2 players earned me 24 cents.
How many is considered a good player base?July 13, 2008 at 12:20 am #772675AnonymousGuest
I guess you’re on wagershare?
if its any consolation I have a friend who is about the last person to need this but they had a player deposit $20 and earned at last I heard, $1400.
Granted I’m probably not going to be that lucky but I know it does happen.
In fact I said $1400 because I thought my memory must be wrong and even if it isn’t … nobody’d believe me. But I wouldn’t be surprised if I was corrected and that the number was closer to $5k.
so it can work both ways though I grant the above is certainly not the norm.
what really kills me is that its someone who really doesn’t need the income the way I know many of the rest of us do, but isn’t that how gambling works? It’d let you die of hunger before letting you win the price of dinner but arrive in a limo with a wad and you can bet if anybody is going home richer than they came it’ll be them.July 13, 2008 at 12:25 am #772676LucretiaMember
yeah last few days is a bit slow maybe due to the holidays.
So far almost 2K, 690 downloads, 40 new players, enough to buy some new socks, shirts, jeans and sneakers LOL.