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Help needed from Casino affiliates

PayNoRake asked 1 year ago
Hi Guys

I need some input from the casino affiliates.

If you had a choice between Playtech or microgaming which would you promote and why?

I know that a lot of this comes down to the AM and affiliate program but any advice or comments would be great.

Thanks

Shaun

p.s. I will pay you in beer at London for your comments.

p.p.s. Sorry for the typo in the poll i cant edit it.

11 Answers
Anonymous answered 1 year ago
Hi,

can I ask … is pay no rake a rakeback site?

thanks

PayNoRake answered 1 year ago
Hi bb1webs

Pay No Rake is a poker client and is the only poker client in the e gaming industry that has a sole focus in providing rakeback up to 100% paid daily to the players account.

Thanks

Shaun

bb1webs;194616 wrote:
Hi,

can I ask … is pay no rake a rakeback site?

thanks

KasinoKing answered 1 year ago
There’s very little to chose between the two – both are great softwares in their own right.
But I voted for MG due to the bad reputation of about 50% of the Playtechs online today.

KK

PayNoRake answered 1 year ago
KasinoKing

Thank you for your advice.

Anybody else will to give advice would be great, I really want to get good affiliate feedback on this as you are the guys that are the driving force behind it.

Thanks

Shaun

KasinoKing;194643 wrote:
There’s very little to chose between the two – both are great softwares in their own right.
But I voted for MG due to the bad reputation of about 50% of the Playtechs online today.

KK

Anonymous answered 1 year ago
rakeback sites are the sole reason I left the poker niche because they in essence cut the throat of the competition.

don’t look for help here.

PayNoRake answered 1 year ago
Bb1webs

I was not asking about poker, I was asking about casino software, I respect the view of the affiliates that post on CAP and that is why I am asking.

Shaun

bb1webs;194680 wrote:
rakeback sites are the sole reason I left the poker niche because they in essence cut the throat of the competition.

don’t look for help here.

Anonymous answered 1 year ago
yes but it was rakeback sits that ran me out of poker because much like the industry I came here from … people begin a cycle of cut-throating that ends in working very hard for very little money.

so no, i am not inclined to help you because you didn’t respect me when you chose to open a rakeback site.

PayNoRake answered 1 year ago
BB1WEBS1

Come on I do not ven know you, so how could I choose to not respect you????

I do not agree with you comments regarding working hard for nothing, I have rakeback affiliates making a fortune a huge amount of them are very new to the industry some have very limited seo skills, but this is moving away from my point.

But I am sorry for creating a rakeback site and not taking you into consideration.

Shaun

bb1webs;194734 wrote:
yes but it was rakeback sits that ran me out of poker because much like the industry I came here from … people begin a cycle of cut-throating that ends in working very hard for very little money.

so no, i am not inclined to help you because you didn’t respect me when you chose to open a rakeback site.

Anonymous answered 1 year ago
I didn’t expect you to see the logic or you’d never have created the rakeback site to begin.

I will say this for casino affs reading it. Imagine if we gave kickbacks on our commissions and each of us was willing to give a little more than the next. Eventually you’d be working twice as hard for half the money and we all know this is an expensive business whether you do seo or ppc.

Thank you casino affs for having the intelligence and foresight to not put casino affs into playing the cut-throat game.

Anonymous answered 1 year ago
btw: those making all that money wouldn’t be sitting so pretty if others hadn’t seen the writing on the wall and chose to bow out while they still had little to lose … but of course that didn’t stop the cut-throating because some had too much invested to leave so they were forced to compete by offering same or better kickbacks.