Sportsbetting Affiliate Programs Portal
Let our partner’s success stories become your own by our affiliate program.
What do I have to do?
Simply register as an affiliate with some or all our partners at the bottom of this page. As soon as you’ve registered, you’ll receive your log-in data. Download banners or other advertising media (Link options) and integrate them on your website, by linking to your homepage with your personal tracking link.
How do I benefit from the affiliate program?
Visitors to your homepage who follow your links, register and place bets are a quick and easy way for you to earn money.
How much can I earn?
Your earnings depend on the customers (directly or indirectly) attracted by you, who deposit funds on a betting account and place bets. The amount of your actual commission is calculated periodically from the achieved gross yield (real money gambling turnover less the winnings and betting fees).
Where can I see my earnings?
Your current earnings are shown in Statistics separatly in every affiliate program.
The online gaming industry is one of the fastest growing segments of internet commerce today, in fact, in 2006 players wagered over Twelve Billion Dollars at online casinos and that figure is expected to double in 10 years!
As a webmaster you have an opportunity to participate in this exciting new era by partnering with the leading casino operators. Sportsbetting Affiliate Programs allow you to cash in on the popularity of online gaming with little or no investment and reap enormous rewards.
When you join a sportsbetting affiliate program you are supplied banners, text links and live games that allow your visitors to go to a casino and sign up as a new player. Each visitor is carefully tracked through cgi scripts and cookies and labeled as a player you referred. You then earn a percentage of their net game play.
Each program is different, but you generally earn 20 - 50% of the profits off that player for life! The average profit on a single player is $64.00 per month, so the revenue Casino Affiliate Programs generate can be staggering. Since you earn money on each player for life you are building a monthly income that can quickly add up to thousands of dollars each month per program.
At Casino Affiliate Programs we review and rate the hundreds of partner programs available. Not all of them are equal and not every operator is reputable, so we make every attempt to weed out the bad ones and present you with the best opportunities for profit. Please visit our site often and keep up to date on the latest Sportsbetting Affiliate Programs.
THIS ARTICLE TAKES a look at what some online gambling operators are doing, or not doing, in regards to Search Engine Optimisation
The online gambling industry is, of course, worth a lot of money and some gaming companies have spent a lot on SEO, whether for consulting, content or link building. Obviously, link building has been the main driver of rankings over the past few years, but that shouldn’t be the focus of gaming companies. If it really came down to buying links, then companies like 888 would forever stay in the top ranked positions. That said, this article will look at aspects of SEO that can affect a site like an online casino, poker room or sportsbook, and I will highlight examples of companies that both do it right, and also very wrong.
As Google’s obsession with link acquisition methods clearly shows, links are still a key component of its ranking algorithm.
IN THE FIRST INSTALMENT of this article series, we saw how factors like age, incoming and outgoing links and rankings may influence the value passed by the links placed on a certain site. In this issue, we will get one step closer to the actual link, seeing which page-related factors may boost or compromise the ‘SEO value’ passed by a link. Taking such factors into consideration will not only allow you to avoid the pursuit of worthless new links, but also give you some ideas on how to improve the value of the links you have already acquired.
CrawlabilityFirst of all, if you are acquiring links in order for them to influence your organic rankings, you should make sure search engines can see and follow such links. As basic as it sounds, it is not uncommon for link-acquisition deals to be closed by busy webmasters without verifying whether the obtained link will actually pass any ‘link juice”.
The main things to check to ensure that the page linking to you is passing link juice are:
• The linking site’s robots.txt file: access to the page should not be blocked via Disallow directives.
• Page-level META ROBOTS tags: the page should not be completely marked as a NOFOLLOW page.
• Link-level NOFOLLOW attributes: the code of your links should not contain the NOFOLLOW attribute.
After making sure search engines can technically access the page, you should check how often they do actually access it, by verifying the last time Google’s spiders crawled the page. This can be estimated by looking at the date of the ‘cached’ version of the page in Google’s memory (Figure i), viewable by performing a (site:http://www. site.com/path/linking-page.html) query in Google and clicking on the cached button as shown in Figure 2. In cases where the date is older than a week or the cached version is not available, this means the page may be in one of Google’s supplemental indexes or is proving hard for Google to reach, and risks not being re-crawled after your link has been placed. To facilitate crawling, I recommend pinging the page URL via Pingomatic1, sharing the page URL on Twitter and Google+ and manually adding the URL via Google’s Submit URL page2.
Page-level semantic proximityFollowing the release of Google’s Penguin Update3, the use of keyword-rich anchor texts to add semantic value to links has become extremely risky, to the point that the game is hardly worth the candle. In such condition, what can help you make sure your link passes not only ‘link value’ but also topic-specific relevance is the topic of the page in which your link is placed. For example, placing a link with a natural anchor text, such as ‘click here’ or ‘this site’, will still pass you extra relevance for the ‘poker bonus’ keyword if the page on which the link is placed is titled ‘How to get the best online poker bonuses’ and clearly focuses on the topic of poker bonuses.
some pointers on how to create your link building roadmap
Phase 1: requirements and planningWhat do you want to rank for?
It’s very easy to just go ‘I want to rank for online casino’, but in reality, unless you have truckloads of cash and a good site, or you are a really hard-core spammer, then it’s unlikely you will get into the top five (SERPs) for a huge money phrase. So, it makes sense to just aim lower and go for a niche you know has a decent revenue stream and work it out from there.
The next question is: ‘what’s a good niche?’ In my view, it’s one where revenue per user is good, and competition is low. There are betting phrases you could go for, but the revenue per user for an affiliate is probably only £15 a year, assuming 25 percent commission and gambler losses of, say, /50 to /60 a year.
So for me, sportsbetting isn’t a great place to start. I really like casino, and variations of it. Things like slots, or names of casino games are interesting; not great volume, but nice revenues and a good place to start small and work your way from there.
Casino phrases in the UK should bring you an average of £150 per conversion in affiliate revenue share.