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Gaffg Nominated for the iGB Affiliate Awards 2017 for Best Innovation

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/29/2016

Gaffg.com announced this week that it has been nominated for the iGB Affiliate Awards 2017 in the “Best Innovation” in online gambling affiliate programs category. 

Gaffg takes online gambling affiliate marketing to the next level by offering actual coaching.  Those of us who have been around a while understand that effective Internet gambling affiliate marketing can generate in the neighborhood of $30,000 a month and up so whatever Gaffg.com and John Wright are charging is worthwhile.

How the concept works:

An affiliate coach will help prevent you from reinventing the wheel and accelerate your website to it's full potential. To get 1 on 1 help from an affiliate coach what is required is that you find an affiliate coach that best suits your style and markets and become a sub-affiliate of their affiliate programs. This means that your webmaster coach will earn a few percent of what you earn but keep in mind their earnings have no effect on your earnings at all. Rather if you signup to the program without using their sub affiliate link then the affiliate program simply saves money. By becoming a sub-affiliate you give your coach a direct incentive to help you and this helps to feed the reciprocal business relationship. With your own webmaster coach everyone wins.

The Gaffg.com website also offers a series of strategies and other valuable resources. 

The iGB Awards will take place in London, United Kingdom on February 11th, 2017. It is the go-to conference for affiliates and webmasters in the iGaming sector.  Other affiliate and gaming sites that have been nominated for the same category include: ArenaCube, Digitonic - Grant Frazer, latestcasinobonuses.com, SlotsMillion by ALEA, SmartBets by bettingexpert, and 1SpinMillionaire.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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