4 Indicators Your Pay Per-Head Needs Change Immediately

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May/19/2017

Did you recently sign up for a pay per head provider? Have players started to place bets on their favorite sports? What do they say? Well, depending on which company you signed up for your pay per head software, there are times you may consider to change it completely.

What are the reasons for you taking this bold move? It is important to understand that without your clients, your bookie business is doomed to fail. In fact, all service companies are at the risk of falling if customers are not satisfied. Here are four indicators that you need to change your pay per head software:

1. Customers Not Betting Real Time

What would be the need of players getting online if there would be no change from traditional betting? Hardly would they make a move from their favorite gaming floors.

Today, courtesy of price per head online bookie software, many online bettors now enjoy placing bets on their favorite teams as they watch the game in live in-game sports wagering.

There is a problem if they are unable to place their bets on live in-game sports. If the software fails your clients on this, it is time to change it.

2. Clients Not Using Your Suggestions

To maximize your profits and making more 'juice’ your customers need to bet according to what you want, or suggest.

However, there is a danger if players come with their knowledge, setting their rules on a platform you own, which will lead to you making the little profit if any.

A premium pay per head should allow you and your clients to work in unison. You set favorable rules that your bookmakers are happy to understand and happy to follow. Those who win can do so while you make much 'juice’ to pay your bills.

3. Clients Unable To Use Mobile Devices

This indicator comes at number three but should be the first one. Today, unlike in the past, many online sports wagers place their bets from wherever they are using mobile devices.

In fact, among the notable features of a reputable PPH software is that it should be highly responsive. If for now, your clients cannot access your site via their own mobile devices, you need to change it.

4. Gamers Are Not Safe

There is nothing as serious to an online 'investor’ as when they learn that their personal security and that of their families jeopardized.

If this is what your clients feel when they transact on your platform? If they feel insecure when making payments, collecting and filling in personal information when signing up, change your PPH software.

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