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Old 28.07.2013, 07:52 PM
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I'm going into the meeting tomorrow with the hope of creating a twitter account dedicated to NHL MLB NBA and NFL, that will hopefully feature articles, maybe podcasts with traders, news, jokes and offers, will keep you posted.
Sounds good to me!
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So you think that people would appreciate some sort of a weekly update on the NFL before the matches on a Sunday? That could be arranged if there was sufficient interest.
It is proven that good content drives markets - it just needs to be promoted correctly, which does not cost much at all if the marketing manager knows what he is doing.
Having dealt with several bookmaking marketing managers, I'm certain most haven't got a clue about how to promote effectively. You don't need marketing degrees, you need creativity and flair. Which firm do you work for?
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Old 01.08.2013, 03:14 PM
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It is proven that good content drives markets - it just needs to be promoted correctly, which does not cost much at all if the marketing manager knows what he is doing.
Having dealt with several bookmaking marketing managers, I'm certain most haven't got a clue about how to promote effectively. You don't need marketing degrees, you need creativity and flair. Which firm do you work for?
I'm working for BetVictor, we're not doing a great deal at the moment in the way of American sports, but I'm hoping to improve that.
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Has anyone put money on the preseason games before? I'm wondering whether betting on the non-favourite would reap dividends?
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Old 03.08.2013, 04:33 PM
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Has anyone put money on the preseason games before? I'm wondering whether betting on the non-favourite would reap dividends?
http://www.betvictor.com/sports/en/a...0/PE/0/0/0/0/0

The odds for the first preseason game tomorrow night. I guess you could make some money in preseason, maybe think about which teams have QB battles, or have new wide receivers they're trying to integrate. These teams will probably play first string for slightly longer than other teams you would think.

Good luck!
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Could we get some over/under lines for receptions? Welker, Megatron, Marshall, Amendola, Green, Cobb etc.
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I'm surprised JimBo hasn't been around to plug this!

http://www.equinoxx.info/2013/08/a-s...ing-offer.html

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Old 06.08.2013, 05:17 PM
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I'm working for BetVictor, we're not doing a great deal at the moment in the way of American sports, but I'm hoping to improve that.
Then you must know two very pleasant chaps: Karl Riley and Michael Omoseyin?
Karl certainly knows that editorial is a cheap way of driving markets... and that he knows who to call to provide it.
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Old 06.08.2013, 08:47 PM
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Then you must know two very pleasant chaps: Karl Riley and Michael Omoseyin?
Karl certainly knows that editorial is a cheap way of driving markets... and that he knows who to call to provide it.
I've private messaged you.
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