Bookies Cash in Big Time on the Kentucky Derby

Kentucky Derby = Big Cash For BookiesFor the past few years, the Kentucky Derby hasn’t really been regarded as that big of a deal. Well, this year changed all that, bringing one of the most legendary events in horseracing back to life. One big thing that really helped this horse racing competition to win back its appeal is the fact that so many celebrities came out to the race this year. This includes Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady, both with their significant others, and many more. The large turnout of celebrities helped to bring the number of viewers to an impressive 14.8 million, which is the highest number in the last six years! Continue Reading →

MLB Baseball: Pay Per Head Bookies Are Ready to Cash In on

Pay Per Head Bookies BaseballIn the past, bookies haven’t bothered with MLB betting, choosing instead to focus their attention on more profitable and less time consuming areas like NFL betting. The truth is, however, that there is a lot of money to be made in baseball betting, and thanks to today’s PPH services, you don’t have to go through the grueling work of putting up betting odds and listing lines, and pitchers every day. The PPH service will do all of the hard work for you and can make your summers more profitable than you ever dreamed possible!

The great thing about offering baseball betting to your clients is that you’ll keep making money off of them long after the NFL betting season is over. I Continue Reading →

Post Up Sportsbooks and Pay Per Head Don’t Mix

Post Up Sportsbook and Pay Per HeadJust about every successful bookie working in the industry today is using a pay per head service. However, not all pay per head sportsbooks are everything that they are cracked up to be. All of them will make big promises to you, but few will actually deliver. One big tip off that a service might not be the best around is if it also deals in post up sportsbooks. These can be described as the underbelly of the industry and should be enough to send you screaming in the opposite direction.

A genuine, reliable pay per head service will have one main purpose—to provide sportsbook betting services to its clients for a fair fee, usually charged on a weekly basis. Services that also have a division in which they function as the bookies themselves, meaning they collect all losses and pay out the winnings, are nothing more than post up sportsbooks. Obviously, it’s quite easy to see the conflict of interest that occurs here. Continue Reading →

For Pay Per Head Bookies, Redundancy is Essential

Pay Per Head Services RedundancyIn today’s world the vast majority of pay per head bookies use a special software, offered through a service, in order to manage their businesses and their clients. The important thing to understand is that these services are largely unregulated, which means it is far too easy to choose one that will take big risks with your business and cut important corners. These services are usually offered very cheaply, which allows them to attract a lot of clients, but the clients they do attract almost always leave sorry and wishing that they’d gone with a slightly more costly but much better all-around service. Continue Reading →

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