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How much to you earn—-after all the expenses?

You have affiliate marketing questions. CAP has answers!Category: Polls & SurveysHow much to you earn—-after all the expenses?
rtb1980 asked 1 year ago
Hello,

I saw the “how much do you make as an affiliate poll” and thought…hmm… I wonder how much everyone is making after all the advertising expenses and paying yourself a moderate wage for your work.

I’d say figure your pay at like $15/hr.

15 Answers
TheGooner answered 1 year ago
Officially? Or reality?

I ask because it doesn’t make sense that more than NZD$60,000 a year is taken as personal income here in New Zealand as that is where the personal tax break is over here. Anymore is taxed at an extortionate rate.

The rest of the money stays in the company and is taxed at a much lower corporate rate – while I’ve spent the last 12 months learning all about the tax efficient benefits of corporate cars, renting the beach house out to the company as an office (etc, etc, etc).

Oh and let’s not forget the international trips to sporting events (as a sports betting promoter).
:tounge2:

All legitimate expenses of course, but the reality is that if I wasn’t making a good monthly profit then they would not be incurred. I’d simply tighten the belt.

Is that not the same in the USA? Although maybe at a higher level?

Simoneaton answered 1 year ago
I would adjust this poll to include more fields to cover the $10,000 and greater as most people here will select this one.

$10,001 – $25,000
$25,000 – $50,000
$50,001 – $75,000
$75,001 – $100,000
$100,001 +

Dominique answered 1 year ago
I don’t see how this poll can be very conclusive – some of us have a bunch of people working for them, some go it alone…

rtb1980 answered 1 year ago
Dominique wrote:
I don’t see how this poll can be very conclusive – some of us have a bunch of people working for them, some go it alone…

I suppose that if people are working for you and you pay them then that would be an expense.

I was just curious so I thought I’d throw it out there. It may not be totally conclusive but it gives me an idea of what to expect.

Simon,:hattip: I can’t figure out how to adjust the poll or I just can’t, not sure. I think that if you are making $10,000+ /month pure profit then your are for sheezy getting richer by the day…..Ohh how I wish my pockets were swollen with an extra 10 grand/month. Hard work…right!:chearlead

GamTrak answered 1 year ago
You have a good point Paul. Come January 2006 GamTrak will be a Limited Liability Corporation so that I can save on the taxes!

I think that if you are making $10,000+ /month pure profit then your are for sheezy getting richer by the day…..Ohh how I wish my pockets were swollen with an extra 10 grand/month. Hard work…right!

Hang in there. If you know what you are doing and are at it long enough you’ll get there. <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” /> It’s hard work, but if you enjoy it then that’s half the battle. lol

Scandle5 answered 1 year ago
I once made $14,000 at vegas frontier in 2 to 3 days but they never paid. :hmmm: only $600 out of 14 grand. I even got the software provider to chase and bring my earnings but I’m still waiting because RTG gave them 14 days to reply but it’s been almost 3 weeks and no answers. opcorn:

my gola: $50,000 a month will be my goal for the next couple yrs. :drunk2:

Cheers :woohoo:

worldpeace answered 1 year ago
for those of you in the $10k + category…..

are you guys getting a heavy income from 2nd affiliates or what? because i really cant see how casino sites could generate that much money. whales lose big $ but to a certain point. let’s say somebody blows his/her life saving away and you will have a one good month.

i now put myself in $1,001 to $5,000 category but I have no confidence that my income will be stable. i hate this pyramid scheme…..

antoine answered 1 year ago
Payramid scheme? I’m confused where do you see this? Even if an affiliate program offers 10 tiers it’s not a pyramid scheme. A pyramid scheme is when you sign up and pay to promote a program and you get a percentage of the payments from everyone that you recruit underneath you.

Professor answered 1 year ago
Worldpeace I doubt anyone makes over $10,000 in commissions on their 2nd tier affiliates from a single program.

I have THOUSANDS of sub affiliates in many programs and dont earn anywhere near that in 2nd tier revenue.

The people making big money are doing so through their own marketing efforts. And MANY affiliates earn far more then $10K from the casinos they work with each month.

Dominique answered 1 year ago
Worldpeace, second tier has little to do with it.

I have a very well ranking casino webmaster section and the money I make from it is really barely worth the effort. I keep it there as courtesy to my fellow webmasters and also some of the programs.

Most people who sign up for aff programs never do anything about it, and most who do realize it requires actual work and then stop. Only a select few have the perseverance to make money. You would have to sign hundreds of thousands to make anywhere near the money you make just promoting casinos.

I sure hope no one who signs up through me blows their life’s savings. That would mean they would never come back, apart from the fact that I am not happy facilitating that. I like educated players who view it as entertainment, not as a means to make money.

You want to build up a player base and keep adding to it. You want to pick casinos that hold on to your players for you, so you make more and more money every month as you add to that base. You want casinos with retention.