If you’ve already had a history in affiliate marketing, this probably won’t be new to you at all. However if you’ve haven’t had experience selling anything online or you don’t know about casino affiliate programs, then maybe you need to take notice of this article.
Casino affiliate programs work just like any other kind of affiliate program in the way that you get paid by referring people to an online casino by manner of a banner or text link. You then get paid by the casino if the customer you referred signs up and spend money there. Simple, right?
I’ve been using casino affiliate programs for years now and in my opinion are the best way to make long-term cash by marketing an affiliate product. Where casino affiliate programs differ from your standard type of affiliate program like selling e-books and the like, is that when you’re selling an e-book, you generally only get paid once – a percentage of whetever the ticket price of the product was.
With casino affiliate programs however, you can earn a percentage of all the money the player spends in his entire life at that casino, as long as you are a good enouhg marketer to get him to sign up. Most of the time the people you’ll sign up may only play for a few days and then move on to another casino which is still OK as long as they spend a few hundred dollars. Generally casinos give you between 30-60% of the revenue, meaning you could make yourself a better profit than simply selling an e-book right there.
But the big money in casino affiliate programs is in signing up long-term repeat players. I have several players I signed up to online casinos that regularly spend thousands of dollars every month, meaning I will get my cut of that revenue every month, and I no longer have to do anything to get it. This is where the big money comes in when you’re talking about casino affiliate programs and it’s something that selling e-books simply cannot match.
The other way to make money with casino affiliate programs is by getting paid per sign-up. Some casinos will pay you a flat rate to sign people up to their casino instead of a percentage. This varies between $50 and $150 per signup, but keep in mind that you will not get a share of the revenue the person will spend. Sure the customer may only place $50 down on a table and that might not equate to much of a percentage, but if they turn out to be one of the casino’s regulars and play a large amount of money over a long period of time, then you’ve really lost out.
For this reason I never recommend that anyone selects the ‘per-signup’ way of being paid by online casino affiliate programs as in the long run you will lose out big time. If you’re just a fly-by-night affiliate marketer and want some quick cash then there’s nothing wrong with being paid in this fashion, but it’s definitely not the best way if you’re looking to build a business.
So keep in mind that if you are looking for a long-haul business, especially one that can pay you while you’re sleeping, always stick with recruiting new customers on a percentage basis.