Online Bookie Tips: How to Profit from Your Pro Players

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May/18/2017

All business owners look to make profit. Pay per head agents are no different than any other business owner. Bookmaking agents make profit from two categories of customers:  casual players and pro players

This article discusses how to make profit from pro players. The key is to understand the subcategory of pro player that yields direct profit, and the overall message for pro players that yields both direct and indirect profit.

A Per Head Agents Reputation is Everything

A per head agent’s reputation is everything. This is more so for pro players than it is for casual players.

The reason a pro player might decide to go with your online betting services as opposed to one of the myriad of sportsbooks on the Internet is due to your reputation.

For pro players, it’s all about the relationship. They must have a decent relationship with their bookmaking service provider.

A great relationship can yield indirect profit from true pro players. It can yield direct profit from fun pro players.

Direct Profit from Fun Pro Players

What is direct profit? Direct profit is the revenue that turns into profit right away. It’s the profit that you, as an online bookie, can make after paying off winning wagers.

Fun pro players are different than true pro players in the sense that most fun pro players don’t expect to win most of their wagers.

They bet a lot of money on games that they haven’t necessarily studied.

Fun pro players have made their wealth by doing something else. They don’t depend on sports betting winnings to pay their mortgage. They make bets because it’s fun. Betting to them is entertainment.

They’re still considered pro players due to the amount of money that they wager on each game, and how often they wager. These types of players can add profit on a weekly, sometimes daily, basis.

Use Layoff Account for True Pro Players

True pro players only make wagers when they see an edge. It’s important to understand that with true pro players, pay per head agents shouldn’t expect a ton of profit. The reason these players are true pro players is because they often win more than they lose.

But, it’s also important to understand that customer service is more important for true pro players than for any other category of player.

The reason is because even though these types of players don’t add as much profit as other types of players, these players can affect your business from a reputation standpoint much greater than other players can.

Indirect profit can be made from pro players. Since they win more games than they lose, online bookie agents should consider using their layoff accounts when true pro players make large wagers.

The right reporting tools will help online bookies and pay per head agents find their sharps and decipher which type are betting.

PayPerHead.com offers a team of experts to help online bookies find their sharps and make sure true sharps don’t clear the bank.

And, right now, pay per head agents who sign up will get PayPerHead’s premium platform for 3 weeks free.

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