CashRake Affiliate Program - December 2008: CPA and Rakeback Programs Released

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Poker Affiliate Program CashRake has released CPA and Rakeback commission options for promoting JamPoker.

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CashRake Affiliate Program is pleased to announce the release of its brand new Cost-per-Acquisition (CPA) and Rakeback commission options now available to its affiliates. Affiliates can earn a flat $100 CPA for referring players to CashRake's premium poker client JamPoker, with higher rates available for proven affiliates. The second release involves the Rakeback program, which pays players a flat 30% rake back and affiliates up to a potential 15% in commission. Rakeback is paid daily to players and features a highly competitive tiered revenue structure for affiliates.

CashRake is the exclusive affiliate program for JamPoker. Affiliates can promote JamPoker on a revenue share and now CPA basis by utilizing their top-notch real-time reporting system, large range of creatives and targeted site tracking. Affiliates also earn a 5% first tier referral bonus for introducing other webmasters to CashRake. Additionally, websites with North American traffic are able to promote JamPoker as it accepts players from that region. JamPoker is part of the Merge Gaming Network and features all the popular poker games, including Texas Hold'em and Omaha and a variety of Stud and Draw poker games. Players can also enjoy classic casino games, such as Blackjack, Backgammon, Roulette, Caribbean Stud and Video Poker and are able to play against thousands of other players from around the world at any given time of day. JamPoker currently offers the option of three different sign up bonuses to new players, including a 300% up to $300 bonus.

"We're very excited to be able to offer affiliates our new CPA and Rakeback commission options. CashRake has gone from strength to strength since its launch earlier this year and we're sure that our latest development will prove highly successful for our affiliate partners. We're looking to offer the best possible deals in the affiliate industry and I think we're well on the way to achieving that. We're also happy to discuss special agreements with proven affiliates. We're confident that our affiliates will reap the benefits in the form of higher earnings from the huge player sign up bonuses, massive promotions, tournaments and player retention strategies being employed at JamPoker. Those webmasters who haven't joined CashRake yet should give us a try. We're sure you won't be disappointed with our program's features and support," said Laurentio Telecican, CashRake Product Development Manager.

For more details visit http://www.cashrake.com/commissions.php & http://www.jampoker.com

About CashRake Affiliate Network
CashRake Affiliate Network is an online marketing company with headquarters in Brisbane, Australia. It was established by a group of marketing executives who have been involved in online marketing and in particular affiliate marketing for over 10 years. Through the use of advanced affiliate management software and outstanding customer support CashRake Affiliate Network aims to contribute significantly to its merchants' business success and maximize affiliates' website revenue.

About JamPoker
JamPoker aims to provide its valued players the best possible gaming environment to play online poker. The revolutionary software used is constantly being improved and has been in operation since February 2005. It provides unique features not found at other online poker networks. Game fairness and security are of utmost importance at JamPoker. It operates under a license granted to Merge Gaming Network by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, a world leading gaming regulatory organization based in Canada. The JamPoker support center is based in Australia and is available for any assistance 24/7.

Contact Information:
Laurentio Telecican
CashRake Affiliate Network
Suite 129, 192 Ann Street
Brisbane QLD
Australia

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