Bookies Get a Customized Website

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Feb/14/2017

One of the best advantages of setting up with a Pay Per Head is that they will create a customized website for your players as well as access to check out the back end.

Gambling911.com endorsed AcePerHead.com is one such site and they advertise the following:

Choose from a variety of up-to-date mobile-friendly skins, or we can custom design a site for you! We can even hook up our login form to your current skin, if you already have a login page of your own. We have a team of software engineers, something most companies do not keep on staff, which means we can tailor your site to your specific needs. 

AcePerHead.com offers a Pay Per Head solution that starts at $10 per head/per customer. 

The price can go up or down depending on factors such as your player count, or the add-on features you want to include, such as live casino.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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