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Monday, November 15th, 2010
8:48 am
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Tuesday, September 25th, 2007
2:35 pm
[rev69]
this group is still alive and will be posting opportunities and info real soon. If you're interested in making money on the web and through poker recruitment, then stay tuned...
Friday, March 2nd, 2007
8:30 am
[rev69]
This community is still alive, albeit quiet.

Due to the changing scene of online poker, obviously some sites are out and others still in.

I need to reevaluate the best sites to promote.

By personal conviction, I refuse to honor sites that bar US players, even if I can get credit for and recruit non-US players. A statement needs to be made here. So for example, PartyPoker is boycotted here.

More soon.
Wednesday, April 19th, 2006
9:14 am
[rev69]
INTRO REHASH
This is a community where the intent is to help interested netizens cash in on the poker craze by being affiliates. The Poker boom is currently one of the fastest growing industries on the planet right now, with a market capitalization far into the billions of dollars. On a more microeconomic scale, the business model is still ripe for the small-time internet surfer who can recruit a few of his/her friends to play. Payment is usually a percentage of table rake, and it doesn't matter if the player recruited wins or not, so this is a sustainable model where everyone can win and have fun!

Rake share is usually 20-40% of a subaffiliate players contribution. So for example, if your friend plays at a full 10-seat table online where the return is 20% and the average rake per hand is $1, then per hand his share of the rake is 10 cents and your share is 2 cents. If he plays 10 hours a month, then with the average hand in online poker being dealt in a minute, that's 600 hands x .02 = $12 for the month.

This is a VERY conservative estimate. More serious players oftem play far more than 10 hours a month with a normal schedule, and table rakes can go up to $3. The share is also higher with less than 10 players. So with 40 hours a month at $3/rake, the total would be 40x60x3x.1x.2=$144!

Prior to May, 2005, i only had one paid affilaite under me on Partypoker, and over the course of a year, my monthly income with this user ranged from a low of $8 to a high of $150! (Average seems to be about $40).

Another conservative estimate is the 20% pay rate. Many sites eclipse 30% for starting members, and most have higher percentages for their more active recruiters. A nice incentive. Payback of 40% or higher are seen at several sites.

Even better, currently about 10 known poker sites also pay 2 or 3 levels down. These are the sites I will promote here, because these are the most lucrative. You can recruit people below you to be webmasters or recruiters in their own right and get anywhere from 1 to 10% of the rake gross generated.

With minimal work, each member here should quickly make some pocket change a month, and with good hard entrepreneurship, a solid long-term income may be realized.


How this site works:

Basically, I post some sites to start with. You join them. The rest of the traffic here will be an open discussion on helping to get each member's poker portfolio properly promoted. Please be constructive. No flame wars, nasty remarks or unreasonable overly critical naysaying will be tolerated.

Enjoy!

-Rich rev69
moderator
Friday, April 14th, 2006
5:53 am
[rev69]
PARTYPOKER: 20% 1st level, 4% 2nd Level
Partypoker is the largest poker site of all. Moving quick is the key to getting as many players in your downline before their growth plateaus. While not the highest paying by percentage, it will certainly prove to be a longlasting part of your online poker portfolio.

http://www.partypoker.com/index20100.htm?wm=2719303

Enjoy!
Thursday, April 13th, 2006
4:39 pm
[rev69]
I'm BAAAAACK!
Greetings Poker friends, it's been way too long, but I had a lot of personal stuff in my life in the past couple of years. Now that things are a bit settled, I can devote more time to these programs, and none too soon. There are plenty new programs out there and incentives, and poker is still a hot growth industry.

Over the next couple of weeks, I will rotate in some of the best programs, either in terms of returns or in terms of size and stability. For example, PokerChamps has a lucrative percentage payback and multilevel structure (perfect for recruiting webmasters under you), whereas partypoker and pokerstars may not be the best payback, but they are the two largest or most well known programs, hence it is likely that if poker were to ever die out on the internet centuries from now, these two would be among the last to go.

If you haven't please look at the entire history of my entries in this group- all from last year. The programs should still be good and all previous ones are multilevel.

Later tonight, I will post partypoker and pokerstars. PartyPoker pays two levels and PokerStars pays only one. Pokerstars also only pays cash up front for real money players, but if you can sign up a few dozen people in a month, it's a couple of grand. Not too bad. PartyPoker has both % paybacks as well as extra cash incentives for hitting a number of new signups each month.

If you ever did the pay-to-surf or pay to read email programs, you will find these operate on similar principles, but pay off far better and for a longer period of time (since win or lose, the bottom of your network still has an enjoyable product).

Stay tuned... I WILL return later....

-Rich
Wednesday, August 31st, 2005
12:12 pm
[rev69]
Summers almost over which means I have to settle down and get the ball rerolling on all these opportunities. :)

Stay tuned....
Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005
11:06 am
[rev69]
Note on PokerChamps, June 15 entry:
Despite the red x, the link to PokerChamps should work.

I'll have to fix the graphic.

More updates tonight.
Wednesday, June 15th, 2005
11:40 pm
[rev69]
11:31 pm
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11:01 pm
[rev69]
What to do
For each site that I post, you need to:

1. Join the site as a player (although deposit may or may not be an eventual necessity, if a bonus is involved, you can qualify if you do).

2. Click on the affiliate link on the site's home page to read the various terms and payouts for being an affiliate.

3. Open the affiliate account. Most sites has this separate.

4. click on the link fo rpromotional materials or affiliate tools. Here they'll often help you generate the banners and specific web addresses and codes that will direct new players to sign up under you.

5. Publicize!

It's really easierr than it sounds. The above procedure should take little more than 30 minutes to start up.

Questions? Comment here, and I'll help you out.
11:00 pm
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10:56 pm
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10:18 pm
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11:27 am
[rev69]
Latest update is that I'm setting up the first few poker sites to release as opportunities as soon as tonight, if not by the end of the week. Stay tuned...
Saturday, June 7th, 2025
11:01 am
[rev69]
Welcome to pokergrowth!!
This is a community where the intent is to help interested netizens cash in on the poker craze by being affiliates. The Poker boom is currently one of the fastest growing industries on the planet right now, with a market capitalization far into the billions of dollars. On a more microeconomic scale, the business model is still ripe for the small-time internet surfer who can recruit a few of his/her friends to play. Payment is usually a percentage of table rake, and it doesn't matter if the player recruited wins or not, so this is a sustainable model where everyone can win and have fun!

Rake share is usually 20-40% of a subaffiliate players contribution. So for example, if your friend plays at a full 10-seat table online where the return is 20% and the average rake per hand is $1, then per hand his share of the rake is 10 cents and your share is 2 cents. If he plays 10 hours a month, then with the average hand in online poker being dealt in a minute, that's 600 hands x .02 = $12 for the month.

This is a VERY conservative estimate. More serious players oftem play far more than 10 hours a month with a normal schedule, and table rakes can go up to $3. The share is also higher with less than 10 players. So with 40 hours a month at $3/rake, the total would be 40x60x3x.1x.2=$144!

Prior to May, 2005, i only had one paid affilaite under me on Partypoker, and over the course of a year, my monthly income with this user ranged from a low of $8 to a high of $150! (Average seems to be about $40).

Another conservative estimate is the 20% pay rate. Many sites eclipse 30% for starting members, and most have higher percentages for their more active recruiters. A nice incentive. Payback of 40% or higher are seen at several sites.

Even better, currently about 10 known poker sites also pay 2 or 3 levels down. These are the sites I will promote here, because these are the most lucrative. You can recruit people below you to be webmasters or recruiters in their own right and get anywhere from 1 to 10% of the rake gross generated.

With minimal work, each member here should quickly make some pocket change a month, and with good hard entrepreneurship, a solid long-term income may be realized.


How this site works:

Basically, I post some sites to start with. You join them. The rest of the traffic here will be an open discussion on helping to get each member's poker portfolio properly promoted. Please be constructive. No flame wars, nasty remarks or unreasonable overly critical naysaying will be tolerated.

Enjoy!

-Rich rev69
moderator

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