Online poker has increased in popularity by leaps and bounds. Poker players (tilters) are encouraged to take advantage of huge bonus opportunities offered by poker affiliating sites such as Poker Tilters. Some tilters ae even choosing to get into the business of poker affiliating themselves. There is huge money to be made by all parties in the online poker world.
(PRWEB) July 5, 2005 -- The poker craze means huge profits for online poker
rooms such as Full Tilt Poker, Party Poker, and Paradise Poker. These poker
rooms are capitalizing on huge television marketing ads, massive tournaments
such as the World Series of Poker, word of mouth and “the little guy” (poker
affiliates, who convert a large number of players by directing them to these
poker rooms every day through online website promotions and offline marketing).
A great example of an affiliate website is http://www.pokertothemax.com. Poker to the Max offers extra cash bonuses to new tilters who sign up to online poker rooms. They even offer their own promotions to convert poker players to each poker room. These promos are an outstanding way to get a poker bankroll started. It is a win-win situation. One such promotion is the recent I-Pods tournaments offered through http://www.pokertothemax.com and Paradise Poker. Players who sign up at http://www.paradiseipods.com/pokertothemax.htm and join Paradise Poker are invited to a weekly Sunday night freeroll tournament. Poker players who win the tournament twice in a row win an I-pod music player and if you win three in a row, you win $2500 in cold hard cash. There is absolutely no cost. As you can see, promotions like this are a value added bonus for online tilters.
Another online poker site that is becoming increasingly popular amongst online poker players is Poker Tilters (http://www.pokertilters.com). Poker Tilters focuses on poker enthusiasts looking to join Full Tilt Poker—one of the newest and most popular poker rooms on the net. Online players who join through Poker Tilters are pleased by the 100% deposit match bonus they receive added to their first Full Tilt Poker deposit. This means up to $600 extra bankroll for a new player. Even to a player who plays “break-even” poker, this bonus offer means a huge difference in profit. Deals like this are becoming more common to convince new up-and-coming online players to play at particular online poker rooms. Poker Tilters (http://www.pokertilters.com) also offers exciting promotions to Full Tilt players. There are always new promos and new freeroll tournaments that players who join through Poker Tilters are invited to. Again, it is a win-win situation for all parties–affiliates and tilters.
Many poker players are thinking of getting into affiliating themselves. Joining poker affiliate programs means extra revenue for referring others to play online poker. A great site to find out tips on how to join these programs, how to market and which poker rooms to affiliate with is Poker Affiliating (http://www.pokeraffiliating.com).
If you are a new poker player and thinking of getting into the online game, remember to take advantage of the great bonuses, promotions and affiliate opportunities mentioned in this article. Refer to the aforementioned websites for tips, codes and promotions. To start, here is a list of sign up bonus promo codes that will net tilters extra deposit bonuses when they join various online poker rooms:
Party Poker – $25 free (minimum $50 deposit) – use code REBATE25
Party Poker – 20% deposit bonus up to $100 – use code REBATE100
Full Tilt Poker – 100% deposit bonus up to $600 – use code NEWPLAYER
Check N Raise Poker -- $25 + 25% deposit bonus – use code FREECASH
These are just some of the outstanding bonus promo offers that online poker players can take advantage of at sites like Bonus Codes 4 Poker (http://www.bonuscodes4poker.com). If you are thinking about venturing into the online poker world…or are looking to become the next Chris Moneymaker or Greg Raymer, then becoming a Poker “Tilter” may be just for you.
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