Monthly payment instead of % or CPA

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  • #634586
    Anonymous
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    Has anyone had luck that way. I mean that is one way that you can guarantee a steady income and not worry about players disapearing from account etc.

    So depending on traffic… you set a price and find casinos that want to pay to be listed on the site for a monthly fee.

    Are casinos up for that or not interested ? :-)

    #838388

    Considering how long you have been in this business, I am sure you know that there is always space for negotiation. If you have been scammed by your partners I would would generally ditch them in the first place. Of course this can hurt though if you have a large player base with a particular operator.

    If you know how much your players are worth and the affiliate program knows you a bit as well, you will find programs that pay a fixed monthly fee. However, this is usually combined with rev share or CPA.

    #838482
    ViAVXcdfdE
    Member

    Seems like a hard question – you can earn bigger revenue on RevShare, but when a whale wins some bigger amount, you will get zero. In a case of monthly fee you have your money in the pocket for 100%. Ideal seems fix + revshare

    #838484
    Pr4LTkzbn7
    Member

    @ARZ 266999 wrote:

    Seems like a hard question – you can earn bigger revenue on RevShare, but when a whale wins some bigger amount, you will get zero. In a case of monthly fee you have your money in the pocket for 100%. Ideal seems fix + revshare

    I’d prefer to have an approach such that we had so many players that even if a whale did win 100k, it wouldn’t wipe us out for the month. Would be even better if we were so big we didn’t notice it :P

    #838485
    ViAVXcdfdE
    Member

    @PROFRBCOM 267001 wrote:

    I’d prefer to have an approach such that we had so many players that even if a whale did win 100k, it wouldn’t wipe us out for the month. Would be even better if we were so big we didn’t notice it :P

    100k without noticing? :) Welcome to my dreams :D

    #838486

    @casinotime 266820 wrote:

    Has anyone had luck that way. I mean that is one way that you can guarantee a steady income and not worry about players disapearing from account etc.

    So depending on traffic… you set a price and find casinos that want to pay to be listed on the site for a monthly fee.

    Are casinos up for that or not interested ? :-)

    I think if you can show traffic and quality of players you could be in a position to charge a casino to list on your site. However having done this in the past in Poker. The issue is you have to keep delivering the quality and quantity of players.

    We are trying to build up Casino traffic at the moment to offer a premier service to the Top Online Casinos, the likes of LeoVegas, Casumo, BGO and Mr Green.

    #838488
    sukjo1
    Member

    Test the marketplace and see what potential clients are open to?

    Some of our clients used to prefer percentages but then moved over to flat fees, and visa versa.

    Flat fees means that the publisher won’t be wronged by a brand or agency. 1 month at x, 12 months at x $ etc. Front page listing etc etc.

    The publisher and brand knows what’s going on without any “funny business”.

    The campaign will either deliver or not. If it delivers, campaign continues, if not, history.

    We have been in business for over a decade, so obviously the vast majority of our media, pr and advertising campaigns deliver.

    Best Regards
    Greg Tingle
    Media Man
    Australian Sports Entertainment

    #838684
    sukjo1
    Member

    Thanks. It’s been a mixed bag over the past decade plus. We had a number of awesome programs, a few not good ones, and I’ve also had a few whales hit the big one of occasion, at my expense, and at the expensive of the bean counters of brand X. I believe the industry peaked back in circa 2009 and since then we are now pro actively working on campaigns across a dozen different business sectors. My background is sales and marketing in pay television, then 5 years journalism, followed by media agent and sports agent work and project management, both online at at events and venues etc. We’re promoting a few apps and sports products also, and wouldn’t mind ramping up various poker and sports betting related campaigns and products. I welcome expressions of interest to do business. Best Rgds Greg Tingle. Director. Media Man and Greg Tingle Promotions

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