Making Money with Rakeback

Often called the "toughest niche in poker," Rakeback promotion can be one of the most effective ways to make money as a poker affiliate. But it can be tricky, too.


Rakeback is an extremely popular option for seasoned online poker players; not so much for the novices. Figuring out which of these groups your website is geared towards should help you decide whether you want to promote Rakeback programs.


What's the appeal? With Rakeback, you're going to make less of a commission per player, but you'll appeal to a more sophisticated poker player. If you're good at it, you'll get a lot of traffic, because it's a very niche audience. But you'll also need to make sure your site has great SEO to make sure these players can find you.


Be careful with Rakeback — it isn't offered by all affiliate programs, and you don't want to violate a website's rules. If Rakeback is your thing, stick with the companies that offer it.


You can find a list of Poker Affiliate Programs that offer Rakeback on the right-hand side of this page.


Rakeback Pros
  1. Ability to target niche market
  2. Appeals to advanced players

Rakeback Cons
  1. Niche market can be difficult to break into
  2. Some players avoid rakeback
  3. Generally less commission per player

Rakeback Programs

PKR
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2Poker
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ANOPoker
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BKRPoker
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32red
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Betsharks
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BETDAQ
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ComeOn
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PokerView
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redbet
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DOXXbet
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NinoPoker
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PixiPoker
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PokerFTR
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Pokerari
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PokerHill
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PokerIAS
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PokerThug
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Rox
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