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Gambling.com – WHat you think of it?

hoLkaPoLka27 asked 1 year ago
I just signed up for gambling.com and deposited $50 as Im on a very low budget. I saw terms for casino and gambling valued up to $30!! PER CLICK. Insane prices.. Is gambling.com any good?
5 Answers
Professor answered 1 year ago
I dont see how anyone at the affiliate level can generate positive return on investment (ROI) on clicks that cost $30. Even a casino operator would be hard pressed to see positive ROI at those price levels.

Are people bidding that high for traffic? Yes, but from a business standpoint it beats the shit out of me as to why they would do it.

Waz answered 1 year ago
No don´t do this my friend. It´s better to buy links and Proff has some great offers I´m looking at myself.:cheers:

hoLkaPoLka27 answered 1 year ago
Thanks for the advice. I guess they are wiling to pay so much hoping that the 1 out of 10 who visits their site becomes a depositer. Still it is a risky investment.

Detector answered 1 year ago
30 Bucks is ridiculous…:dajudge:
Heck even .30 cents is ridiculous in my opinion…
but.. I digress..

In my experience promoting via forums and links have been the most effective
for me..

webber286 answered 1 year ago
Gambling.com works, but as you say it is very expensive. The traffic is real at least, unlike most PPCs, but that’s why you are seeing $30 per click. I would have to agree that $30 per click would be very hard to find the ROI for an affiliate. But, if you set you spend at $1 per click, you should chew up your $50 in 6 months or so.