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Master Agents Need A Premium Software To Keep Up With Their Business

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Published on:
Jul/13/2017

Right now, certain per head companies are allowing agents to add premium software for a lot less than what it usually costs.

For only $5 a head, some companies are giving agents access to software that provides much more than the usual software.

Before getting into why online bookie master agents should take advantage of premium software promotions, let’s go over why master agents need premium software at all.

Why do Master Agents Need Premium Software?

The only word that should help master agents understand why they need premium software is competition.

The online bookie agent business is rife with competition. There are some talented bookmakers out there. Some are aggressively growing their business.

It makes sense that to stay competitive, per head agents must use every single possible tool at their disposal.

 If they don’t, forget it. They’ll be left outside of the continuing pay per head party.

3 Important Premium Software Additions

Although the best premium software offers more than what’s listed, the 3 additions can be used to increase both revenue and profit.

Information on how to utilize the additions to increase profit has been added.

Live Betting Management – Live betting is a game changer. Most agents work with casual players. Those casual players prefer to bet on games that they can watch.

What’s even better is when those casual players bet on games while they’re watching. Casual players are likely to push winning bets via live betting.

They are also more likely to chase losing bets with live bets the other way if they’re losing.

Line Mover – Knowing how much a line has moved can be truly help pay per head agents.

Agents that know about line movements are more capable of setting up correct schedule limit overrides.

Also, utilizing a layoff account requires not only knowing how much money an agent has taken on one side of a spread. It also includes knowing how much the line has moved.

TV Listings – TV listings are the unsung hero of online bookie promotions. Casual players and some professional players love to bet on games they can watch.

Sporting events are one of the few things that most sports fans still watch live.

Knowing the TV listings allows online bookie agents to create marketing messages about those nationally broadcast events. That should lead to more action.  

The three above features are all offered by PayPerHead.com, the industry-leading pay per head premium software. They’re equipped to help agents become master agents. 

For just $5 per head, online bookies can grow their business and become master agents, ready to take on competition.

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