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    Quote Originally Posted by muffincrumbs View Post
    I worked my way up to $300 per New Jersey player with Betfair now because I am amazing... just kidding. Relentless working as you know. I started a new site for NJ online casino reviews (www.onlinecasinofinder.org) and I am going to fill it out with stuff about Atlantic City and what not since I'm from there, but with all the bad press lately, thinking online gambling in NJ is going to blow up over the next few years is a long shot.

    Now you have sites like Caesars with million dollar budgets competing for big keywords like "online casino". Times are changing...
    Muffin good to see you on here.
    Muffin is nj hassling you to take down non nj sites? I heard the start to send letters asking affiliates to take down other companies outside of the nj brands. Ny feedback?

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    Hey I like that NJ online casino site you have. Simple and right to the point. There's a chance they get sports betting there in the future. How would that affect online casinos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dailyfantasysports View Post
    Hey I like that NJ online casino site you have. Simple and right to the point. There's a chance they get sports betting there in the future. How would that affect online casinos?

    Sports betting is going to take a lot longer. People look down on it a lot more than casinos IMO.

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    Hey muffincrumbs,

    wanted to take a look on your casinofinder site and it seems to be down.
    Just to let you know...

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    When they asked me to promote them they mentioned that you have to be licensed in New Jersey. That was a year ago and may have changed.

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    They do offer an affiliate program (as others have said), but I'm not sure if it's worth it to promote them much right now. Maybe once they start opening in more states.

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    They contacted me a few times to offered a cpa deal, even after I specifically said that I'm only interested in rev share deals. Mind you they also require that you pay a license fee in New Jersey to be able to promote them, and it was rather annoying.

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    I thought there are different licenses for CPA and for Rev-share. Rev-share is the paid one. Am i mixing something?

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    Is anyone still working with Caesars? Any success?

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    I doubt if most here could get licensed and qualify. When state affiliate programs began, not only do you have to be licensed but you have to not be promoting any online casinos which are not regulated by the states. I'd expect that remains true for any affiliate from the US, at least.


 

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