Hi everyone. It has been a long time since I’ve reviewed any affiliate program, but now that my blog is 100% moved over from blogspot I can concentrate on producing more content instead of messing around with WordPress and the rest. The affiliate program I am going to review today comes from “Full Tilt Poker“. As you can tell it has to do with online gambling, or more specific online poker. What distinguishes Full Tilt Poker from other online poker websites is that Full Tilt Poker has been founded or “designed by the pros” as Full Tilt Poker says on their website. Also their website is the only place where you’ll be able to play against the poker pros like: Chris Ferguson, Howard Lederer, Phil Ivey, Gus Hansen, John Juanda, etc. I think you get the point that Full Tilt Poker isn’t just your average cheap built in 5 minutes online poker site, so you know that this will be a major “selling point” when promoting their site, one that I believe will greatly increase your chances of success with the affiliate program offered by it.
So, can anyone join? Not quite, you have to be at least 18 years old to be eligible to join this affiliate program.
Don’t worry about marketing tool because Full Tilt will provide you with banners of all conceivable sizes and you’ll even get offline marketing materials which is pretty cool. I never used the offline marketing tools though as I prefer to stick mainly to online mainly because I have more experience in this field.
Now let’s talk money. Here are the two payment plans you have at your disposal:
- Option A – CPA “Cost Per Acquisition Plan”
Collect a one-time cash payment for each new, real-money sign-up, plus incentive bonuses for each player who continues playing on our site.
- Option B – PRP “Percentage Revenue Plan”
Earn a percentage of the net lifetime revenue of each new player you bring to FullTiltPoker.com.
Here is the percentage table for the PRP plan:
|$1 – $10,000
I prefer the PRP plan as you have a passive stream of income for as long as your referred player continues to play at Full Tilt Poker.
How do I get paid?
By the following methods: Moneybookers, EPassporte, Instadebit, Click2Pay, and of course Check.
Some of these payment processors such as EPassporte I’ve never heard of so I opted to receive my commissions via check. However, just to let you know if you plan on withdrawing via check you’re going to have to send in proof of ID. Also note that the minimum check size is $100, but if you find yourself having earned below that you can always use one of the other available methods.
Overall I’ve had great success with this particular affiliate program, and I believe if you persist you’ll succeed too. Stay tuned to this blog as I will be reviewing and introducing other good online gambling affiliate programs in the near future.