The poker site is extending loyalty gestures to its marketers
Friday 30th March 2007
PokerSavvy.com has launched a revamped and expanded affiliate marketing programme. Starting in April 2007, PokerSavvy will open its doors to the online marketing community with a new affiliate programme which the company says is designed for speed, simplicity and profitability.
Since its inception in 2005, PokerSavvy has awarded its online poker players with in excess of $400,000 in free cash and prizes through its unique SavvyPoints Loyalty Programme.
The company has decided to extend the concepts of loyalty and rewards from its player schemes to its online marketers with the release of a new affiliate marketing programme.
Registered PokerSavvy affiliates earn a flat fee payment (CPA) for every new poker room signup their referred users complete, meaning multiple CPA payment potential for each player.
But, says CEO Matt Crystal, the PokerSavvy affiliate programme benefits do not end there. 'The structure of our affiliate programme not only provides our marketing partners with top earning potential, but it relieves them of the many nuisances involved in promoting online gaming,' he said.
'Currently, affiliate marketers must deal individually with each poker room's affiliate manager for issues ranging from payment remittance to new media to site optimisation and assistance. With PokerSavvy, all of this is rolled into one programme, leaving affiliates with more time to spend on revenue and profit enhancing projects.'
PokerSavvy is operational in eight languages, including Swedish, Finnish, German and French, with many more already being developed.