How do poker affiliate sites earn?
If you're new to this game and don't know much about being a poker affiliate, then keep on reading.
As mentioned in some of our other articles, you have two main options when joining a poker affiliate program - either a one-time flat commission or a % of the rake a player that you have referred has paid the poker room. The one-time fee can be (based on my experience so far) up to $200 per player. The percentage can go as high up as 40 or 50% of the rake produced by the players.
What about bonuses?
True, often poker sites offer bonuses to their players and also you in order to help you promote their site to the players better. Do the bonuses get deducted from your earnings? It depends on the affiliate, but in most cases poker affiliates, such as you, don't have to pay any fees, neither worry about the bonuses as they are not deducted from your earnings.
As far as risks go, then...as long as you can get people to start playing in some poker room through you without you having to put too much money into the promotion of your website, there's are no real risks involved for you.
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