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MMO affiliate program ?

     
10:56 pm on Jul 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I'm looking for MMO (mmorpg) affiliate programs.. The browser download type ones...where players can start leveling up for free.

Affiliates get paid by referring members.

I prefer either the RevShare or Pay Per Lead programs.

Currently, I can't find any programs that offer this.
3:53 pm on July 30, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Have you tried asking specific MMO game companies? Often they run their own affiliate programs, but are also very selective in how/where they advertise.
8:06 pm on July 30, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Have you tried asking specific MMO game companies? Often they run their own affiliate programs, but are also very selective in how/where they advertise.



Doc, it sounds very much like that. Surprised there is no mainstream affiliate program for a bunch of these games...considering their popularity.

Tynon is one I tried emailing directly...no response yet.

A game like this is what I want to promote or white label out.

Think about it, you don't need to pay a distributor to physically make these kinds of games...since it's browser downloadable. Once u get members playing for free, and fully enveloped into the game...you slowly bring in the fee's , or fee based game enhancements.

Maybe it would be better to find a developer to help build my own ....any guidance towards that direction would be great as well. I doubt the start-up costs will be significant. Even if the game is just a minor deviant from another one currently out there.

The only thing i'm stuck on , is exactly what type of online browser game to invest in. shooters, or mmo's / mmorpg's. My hunch is people would be more likely to pay for the mmo's instead of shooters.