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Spill Group launches new affiliate program

Spill Group has announced the launch of a new webmaster affiliate program, offering an additional revenue stream through the provision of online casual games to all private and commercial websites.

Spill Group has announced the launch of a new webmaster affiliate program, offering an additional revenue stream through the provision of online casual games to all private and commercial websites.

GameRabbit.com has been designed to enable website operators to quickly and easily integrate a selection of casual online games into their existing website, offering a range of advertising material such as banners or game listings. The content and the layout can be easily tailored to blend seamlessly with the look and feel of the existing website, and GameRabbit provides the tools to implement the games across multiple sites if required.

Spill Group's director of marketing and business development, Reinout te Brake, commented: "We know that website operators appreciate simplicity. Thus, we adapted the concept accordingly: they simply need to select the desired games and promotion tools and they see the first results immediately. The statistic reports make this information available at a glance."

According to Spill Group, revenue generated by the casual games, which can be selected from a wide range of titles available from Zigiz.com, can provide web operators with a significant financial boost and high adoption rate of popular titles.

"For webmasters operating a site that generates good quality traffic, the income will be surprisingly high. We have affiliate partners earning EURO 20,000 per month," Reinout te Brake stated.

Anyone interested in participating in the program should visit www.gamerabbit.com for further information and registration information.

Spill Group, a Dutch holding company, was founded in 2001 and aims to become the biggest source of games for PC and mobile devices. The company currently develops and operates more than thirty gaming portals in eight European countries as well as China, Malaysia and India, with daily traffic of 1.5 million unique visitors seeking entertainment from its portfolio of 3000 online games.

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