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Affiliate-girlies in disguise

sipka asked 1 year ago
I was surprised to see that the CAP members I contacted in PMs in the past months were mostly women.

I remember a poll in CAP back then for the ratio of boys/girls affiliates in this industry, but it seems to change. <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

I would like to know how many girls and boys we have here at CAP, as affilliates or affiliate managers.

For starter, :chearlead i’m female too <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

68 Answers
casinobonusguy answered 1 year ago
we will be in Niagra Falls end of month ,sorry but no way we can ever be mistaken for a guy hahaha. But to be fair we do have guys working for us just not here at the main office in Toronto <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” /> http://www.casinobonusguy.com/Who-Are-We.html

casinobonusguy answered 1 year ago
We would never have any spouses working here ,who would want to work and live with same person hahaha

Dominique answered 1 year ago
We are mostly female, we have Donna’s husband on board, and we have a young, very talented graphics guy. All the rest are female… poor guys get clobbered. <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

casinobonusguy answered 1 year ago
we are all female here although we have one dummy aka man who works with us ,we just keep him around for entertainment purposes only hahaha

sipka answered 1 year ago
Haha gals and guys, great answers <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

I didn’t degrade men, just usually members here at CAP don’t sign their real name after they post something in the forums (including me – lol).
But everyone sign their first name in a PM, and it was funny to see all those female names <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” /> (And I swear, I thought bonustreak is a big man with moustache, and I was embarassed to see in the CAP magazine that she is VERY far from the furry-man Sorry hun <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

The same I thought with Gamtrak, misleading nickname, but very effective <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />
The only thing I was certain that Dom is a lady, some years ago she had another avatar in the forums and if i remember correctly it showed her <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

Last year I played a lot of MMO games, and the best laugh was when someone said to me: hey dude, you are a decent bloke, mate…

Haha <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

splinterfree answered 1 year ago
sipka, we still ‘represent’…so dont discount those with a schlong! :shooter:

we are just more intellectual now. cmon, ask us a question! and we’ll give you a zillion world domination stories…would you expect nothing less then the best?

GamTrak answered 1 year ago
@Dominique 172138 wrote:

I started my first business when I was 17, and even then I found it advantageous to be female. People may not have taken me seriously off the bat, but that just meant they never saw me coming.

I can relate to that Dom, but it was when I was working as a teen at Sears in the Auto Garage changing batteries and tires! hehe

The guys would see me and do the work for me. After that they moved me to the catalog department. LMAOOOOOO

GamTrak answered 1 year ago
@freecc 172133 wrote:

Unfortunetly, I have run across the odd person who has reacted differently once they find out that I’m a woman. I then find I’m treated with “Kid Gloves” and not shown the same respect as a male.

That’s….. when the bitch meter rises!

Happened to me this morning on MSN. LOL

I hate it when I get the ‘used car’ saleman lines like “It’s to make YOU money” blah blah blah from some AM’s when actually we both benefit if they get top exposure.

I don’t like to start the day off in bitch mode, but I can’t be ‘strong armed’ either. <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

Dominique answered 1 year ago
I have never seen being female as some sort of barrier – quite the opposite. And now that I am older, it’s even better.

I started my first business when I was 17, and even then I found it advantageous to be female. People may not have taken me seriously off the bat, but that just meant they never saw me coming.

freecc answered 1 year ago
Gambling online and more so affiliate marketing – Is considered a “mans game”
it wasn’t that long ago when 75% of marketing material contained half naked beautiful women gazing seductivley at a pair of dice or deck of cards. The funniest one I saw was 3 large breasted women bent over a slot machine butts and boobs hanging out all over the place with the caption
“Play with us our slots are loose”

Unfortunetly, I have run across the odd person who has reacted
differently once they find out that I’m a woman. I then find I’m treated with “Kid Gloves” and not shown the same respect as a male.

That’s….. when the bitch meter rises!