Knowledge is PowerOne of the first things I did when I started playing poker was to join Two Plus Two. I don’t think I posted one time in the first year of reading the forums. I just read every strategy thread that I could and tried to learn from others who had way more experience than I did. So when I started working in the poker affiliate marketing industry I searched the Internet for forums/sites that specialized in my new field of work. I wanted to learn as much about the industry as I could and in a short period of time. I knew I was getting into an industry that changed every month, so I wanted to find websites that kept up with the trends.From playing online poker for a few years, I knew who the major players were in the industry(Full Tilt, Card Player, DeucesCracked, Poker Listings, etc..). However, I had no idea who the up and comers were. I had no idea how big Cake Poker had gotten and that the iPoker Network was the number three network in the world. I found all kinds of useful information and stats about online poker traffic by going to PokerScout.I also wanted to find a community that was made up of online marketers like myself. There are several high quality forums for poker marketers and one of my favorites is Poker Affiliate Programs. PAP provides new poker marketers with free resources, articles, and the largest poker affiliate forum online. I make sure to browse through PAP every morning when I get to the office. I just started contributing to the forum and have found the experience to be very beneficial.Another great resource that I use is the Affiliates/Rakeback Forum on Two Plus Two. This forum keeps me up to date with what the players want. This resource tells me which rooms are growing in popularity among the players and where are they looking for rakeback. After all, they represent our customers and our goal is to give our customers the best promotions/percentages/bonuses in the market.Knowledge is power and I try to keep my head filled with the latest/greatest technology, promotions, offers, networks, etc. I enjoy sharing what I’ve learned with the PAS Publishers that I work with. I advise that you guys take advantage of all the wonderful information that is available on the web. Also, please feel free to leave a comment about which forums/sites you routinely view.Best,Tony GuerreroAffiliate ManagerPoker Affiliate Solutions


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