London, United Kingdom, January 04, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- A recent site expansion after teaming up with the local poker society has called on the CEO of pokerisrigged.com to spread its wings throughout the gambling community and to start up a poker "rakeback" website. The success of the University society partnership has brought a strong member base to the forum and has created demand for more than just a place to discuss poker. The CEO of "PIR" said jokingly, "We know things are getting better because we're getting more spammers!" he continued to say "although we're branching out, our dedication to the forum will not change. If we're going to create a poker site network then we need to keep our loyal members satisfyed."
Profits have started to shrink after what the CEO claimed as "credit crunch trouble" and so revenue is slowing. This has caused problems for a soon to be implemented and costly redesign of the website. The new rakeback site is a long term attempt to keep revenue and therefore, reinvestment into the business at a high level. The site shipmyrake.com is part of the affiliate network, pokeraffiliatesolutions.com who take care of all the customer support and hosting of the rakeback site.
"What's great about PAS is that the workload isn't too harsh. I'm a student at the moment and with finals coming up I really need some good time management. Fortunately PAS has solved a lot of my problems for me" said CEO, Nick Pateman.
Rakeback is very common amongst other poker forums and blogs and so the competition is sure to be tough. Fortunately for the admins, their original site pokerisrigged.com brings 50 unique visitors a day and a Page Rank of 3 which will help the new site rank better and attract potential conversions.