Archive for the ‘Gambling’ category

Loss of $X,XXX Due To New Gambling Legislation

November 1st, 2006

Well….it looks like I am going to get screwed on all the current revolving revenue I have earned from casino affiliates since the last payment cycle. Due to the new legislation the United States passed, my primary affiliate accounts with sportsbooks & casinos are shutting down their U.S. programs. I can only hope that I will see this money but I really doubt it. One program in particular currently has my revenue over $1000 for the month all generated from my website. This is a very large sum of money to a poor college student like myself and most likely all I will get to show for it will be a screenshot! While I personally believe US citizens will find a way to gamble online, it really sucks that the programs I have been promoting are closing their doors to the US (at least for now). Other online casinos and sportsbooks are waiting to see what happens before they close their doors to the U.S. Anyway, only time will tell the true story. As for now I am planning on heading to the casinos in Philadelphia, MS to hopefully win some money. On my last visit to The Golden Moon Casino I found myself down to my last $300 I had taken with me the morning I was checking out. I went down to the tables for one last go and quickly cashed out $1000 for a net win on the trip. Maybe I will continue to have good luck there as my luck online is not looking so great right now…Time to start hitting the drawing board for some non-gambling affiliate websites now. Affiliate Program

October 17th, 2006 is the first global sports financial exchange in which performance based sports stocks are traded. When a trade is executed half the commissions are put in to the dividend reserve. When teams compete part of the dividend reserve goes to the winning team (% depends on team rankings). Then dividends are paid to the winning team stock owners. This is a simple concept to understand and if you know your sports well you can easily profit using this system.Does this sound like a great program to promote? With so many sportsbooks closing down their doors to U.S. customers ASM’s affiliate program is a great new alternative.

About AllSportsMarket’s Affiliate Program:

  • $10.00 for every new paid customer signup
  • 20% of the trade commissions for the life of that customer
  • $5.00 for every new paid customer referred by your sub-affiliates
  • 10% of the commissions of your sub-affiliates’ customers
  • $50.00 bonus on 25th paid customer signup
  • $100.00 bonus on 50th paid customer signup
  • Option to become a licensed broker after your 100th customer signup
  • Brokers get a seat on the exchange with their own symbol, company name, logo, advanced trading options, and more.

I have just recently added ASM to promote on my websites. I used to use online CPA programs which paid out much higher, however this program is $10 + 20% of trade commissions for life! So far I am really happy with the results which is why I am now promoting this affiliate program.

Join All Sports Market’s Affiliate Program Today!

Sports Stock Market

October 16th, 2006
Sports Stock Market
I have been a user of this website for some time now and have never shared it with other people (I guess I’m just lazy). With all of the recent legislation shutting down sportsbooks, this is a great alternative to online sports betting. This is a sports stock market – you purchase shares of a team. Dividends are paid when a team wins games. There are numerous strategies to make money using their system – just like owning any other stock: buy low & sell high. Be sure to check this site out yourself as it is an amazing system. Feel free to ask me if you have any other questions.

United States Cracks Down on Online Gambling

October 2nd, 2006

Well the U.S. has passed a law that will outlaw online gambling.  They are putting the task in the hands of financial institutions to restrict any online gambling transaction.  This is really going to hurt the industry – or will it?  What will happen to the 3rd party financial institutions like Neteller?  Neteller is foreign based and is not directly affiliated with any one particular online gambling site – so will it still be legal for U.S. citizens to fund a Neteller account in order to gamble online?  My other website, generates 95% of its profit from United States citizens.  I really hope that this new law does not impact my income too badly.  I know that all of the major gambling corporations based in Europe have had their stock prices plummit after this new law was introduced because arond 50% of their customer base is here in the United States.  Does the United States even deserve the right to control online gambling?  I personally believe it is an individual’s choice to do what they want with their money.  I personally love to gamble online and plan on continuing to do so in the future.  One interesting idea that I read eariler was that the industry for underground gambling might grow here in the United States if we are unable to do any online gambling.  I am sure the brick and mortar casinos here in the United States are loving this new law as there are BILLIONS of potentional revenue dollars involved in this new legislation.

 Click here for Bloomberg’s article on this subject