Expert Advice From Master Online Bookie Agents To Catapult Your Career

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May/31/2018

If you’re an online bookie agent looking to become a master online bookie agent, first, congratulations.

Second, heed the following three pieces of advice. Doing so can catapult your career.

Remember: all advice here is general advice. The reason is that no two master bookie agents are the same. One pay per head agent might do things much differently than another pay per head agent.

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1. Embrace change

There’s a difference between not being afraid of change and embracing change. Not being afraid of change means that if something changes, you don’t freak out.

Embracing change means that you look for change, you grab a hold of change when it happens, and then you try to get as much as you can out of the change.

If a pay per head agent doesn’t embrace change, what’s the point of becoming a master online bookie?

2. Get out of your comfort zone

You’ve probably run a successful online sportsbook by concentrating on a single sport. Most successful bookies in the United States, as an example, concentrate on NFL and college football betting.

Why not? More U.S. sports bettors wager on the NFL than they do on any other sport.

However, when you become a master bookie agent, you can’t just rely on your NFL bettors. You must get out of your comfort zone.

The way to do that is to become an expert in a sport that you’re not familiar with. Another way to do that is to hire subagents.

Make sure to hire subagents that are experts at something you need help with. If you know nothing about baseball betting, hire a baseball betting subagent.

3. Become a horse racing and casino master

By writing that pay per head master agents should become a horse racing and casino master to catapult their careers, we don’t mean that they become experts at casino and/or horse race wagering.

We mean that they keep up on all the relevant news in the thoroughbred industry.  They should also know how to play all the various casino games.

The reason is that the online racebook and online casino have an advantage over the online sportsbook. Horse racing takes place year round. The casino doesn’t take a minute off.

If an online bookie master agent is able to promote the racebook and casino effectively, that master agent will never search for revenue.

Revenue equals a sustainable business.

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