Strategy to run a successful market in sportsbetting - 5.0 out of 5 based on 6 votes
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If you own a bakery, It’s clever to offer many different types of breads instead of a same old traditional bread of your bakery. You must swallow up that traditional thought to reach success. The smart thing about this is variations attract people and also gets the notice of a big margin of people. Therefore you get a lot customer to give it a shot and if your product is good, eventually a lot will leave but also a lot will stay with your product.

To be a better bakery, you must offer other items than bread which the market likes, such as pastries, chicken, pork rolls, sweet sand, (yum!)

In a philosophical perspective, online sports betting is much like the bakery. The more sports you offer that people can bet on, the more people will come to check it out.

A sports-bettor might have started with just horse racing and boxing, but soon sees that there is another hungry market that’s craving for their attention. Bringing up this hungry market in front of them is what you need to do as a bookie.

What we see today is an impressive choice of things to bet on. It’s twice as impressive to mention that it was only just a few years ago when there was nowhere near the choices we have today. The benefits of having this large choice is:

· More punters in the market is a good thing for individuals

· You can find your niche sport to bet on

· You can place a bet on almost every sport(and reality show) you see on TV

No doubt betting agencies know all the benefits to offering a variety of choice. As time goes on, you’ll see more and more things to bet on. Hey I’m curious, what do you like to bet on – let me know below?


The big list of sports you can bet on


I have put together a list of sports that are on offer at most betting agencies. The list below is a combination of what you’ll find at two specific places. Bookiesoft and TAB Sportsbet


· American Football

· Australian Rules

· Baseball

· Basketball

· Boxing

· Cricket

· Cross Sports Accumulators

· Darts

· Fishing

· Gaelic Games

· Golf

· Greyhound Racing

· House Racing

· Ice Hockey

· Mixed Martial Arts

· Motor Sports

· Netball

· Rugby League

· Rugby Union

· Soccer

· Swimming

· Tennis

· Volleyball


I’ll mention again that this list is from and TAB Sportsbet. It is possible that other betting agencies will not have as many choices for you, or they might even have more to choose from.

A New Era in Mobile Betting For Bookies - 5.0 out of 5 based on 5 votes
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It was not so long ago that Bookiesoft was primarily a PC internet service. Players would sit at their desk, login to the internet, and select their favorite teams and place an amount. Back then this was considered a huge progress over telephone wagering. But the times have changed.

Today, most of our pay-per-head users reach for their phones when they want to bet on their favorite sports team. With the ease-of-use and reliability of our interface, this has resulted in more action from the same users.

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Now when our customers are watching the game, they can bet on live, halftime, propositions, which makes the game much more exciting. Bringing this interaction to pay-per-head websites has revolutionized the sports bookie business.

We look forward to new advances in technology make sports games more exciting, and bring more revenues for the bookie.

NFL Betting: Regular Season vs. Playoffs - 4.8 out of 5 based on 5 votes
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For sports betting purposes, there are some major differences between regular season NFL games, and playoff or superbowl games. The biggest single difference is the outcome of the game. During regular season, a game can end in a tie. During the playoffs or superbowl, the game cannot end in a tie, going into overtime until one team scores a touchdown (or a field goal that goes uncontested).
Ever since this rule was implemented very few games ending in a tie. Until the 2016 season it had been almost unheard of averaging less then one a year. But then in 2016 season 2 games ending in a tie just one week apart.
For betting purposes, ties make a difference especially in teasers, parlays, if-win, action-reverse and round-robins. Some sports books will treat a tie in teaser and parlays as a loss, thereby losing the entire wager. In an action-reverse, a tie will be considered "no action", thereby ending the wager. For if-win bets, a tie will result in a "no win", therefore ending the wagers.
Most sports bettors like betting on football because of the certainty of a definite outcome, win or lose. But ties tend to mess all that up for the per head bookie, at least during the regular season. Luckily we won't have to worry about that again until the 2017 season begins in september. If you do get a disgruntled bettor unhappy about a tie that he thinks he should have won (or lost), just give him a Bonus Bet.

The Meaning of PER HEAD - 5.0 out of 5 based on 7 votes
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In the sports betting world, things can get very technical very quickly. When it comes to technical terms, many people outside of this world would not know what "per head" even means. So let us dive a little deeper into the meaning of this and explain what it has to do with BookieSoft.

Per Head

The term "Per Head" was initially a pricing method where bookies would understand easily what their bill would be each week or each month. For the software provider to keep things legal, it was imperative that they be completely seperated from the swings of daily wins or losses. In other words, the service provider needed to be sheilded from what was actually happening. The bookie would pay a fixed price no matter what happened with his wins or losses. This allowed the Software provider to seperate themselves from the volatility of the business, and provide a steady revenue.

Of course this is not the only business to operate in such a manner. One could say that doctors, lawyers, even the garbage collector gets paid regardless of how severe the illness, whether the case wins or loses, or how many bags of trash are collected. It is a fixed pice that protects the provider from the volatility of the customer. But for bookies, the term "Per Head" became the industry standard term that was recognized by all.

Now fast forward to today: Every industry develops and improves over time, and the bookie software industry is no different. What was per head yesterday, is now per week, per month, or even per client. In other words, bookie software providers now offer a host of different pricing models to meet the needs of the customer. The bookies are more savvy, informed, and have a lot more choices. So the provider had to adapt and offer more solutions. Now a bookie can choose to pay per head, or they can pay a weekly or monthly fee no matter how many players.

But the term "Per Head" stuck with the industry because it was already widely understood by all invloved. So just because a service claims to be a pay per head service, that does not mean they will only offer a per head price. They will most likely offer a host of different prices to meet the needs of today's bookies.

Live Wagering Included in All Pay Per Head Accounts - 4.2 out of 5 based on 12 votes
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BookieSoft is pleased to include live betting for all out per head customer. We don't charge extra like the competition. We want our customers to have all the tools necessary to make a profit. So if you pay-per-head, have the $99 unlimited agent account or own your very own custom website, you will beenefit from our software.

Live means that the odds are updated instantly. You can bet on the next inning of a baseball game or bet on the entire game when there is only 10 minutes left for example. We feel the more beting options for pay per head customers the better.

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