Interesting Question of the Day segment by Becky Liggero where she asks online gaming insiders their views about where the affiliate industry is headed. Check it out.

Question of the Day – What does the future hold for the online gambling affiliate industry? Video

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Bill Rini has been working in the online poker industry since 2004. He was a product manager for poker at Full Tilt and was the poker room manager at PartyPoker. Currently, Bill is the Head of Online Poker for WSOP.   Bill has been blogging about online poker since 2003 and is considered one of the leading authorities on the online poker industry.   "I like What Bill Rini said in his blog" - Doyle Brunson   "In other news, we had Bill Rini write an absolutely home run blog." Daniel Negreanu   "Industry insider Bill Rini has one of the most popular blogs in poker, with thousands of subscribers and fans regularly coming back for his universally respected insight into the industry" - Barry Carter (News editor for PokerStrategy, Co-Author: The Mental Game of Poker)

(2) Readers Comments

  1. My biggest concern with the affiliate market for gambling is getting paid by the companies for the work that you do. I have read stories about where an affiliate spends a lot of time and money marketing the site, only to realize that they got little or nothing, or there would be something in the agreement that let the poker company void the agreement. One person I know had his account banned and his commissions wiped out simply for posting his affiliate link on Craigslist! So, if you are an affiliate for any program, always always always read your terms and conditions carefully!

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