Results SummaryPeriod: Sport:
- ROI: 0.53%
- Profit: 29.4
- Tips: 555
- Win: 54%
- Average Odds: 1.96
First blog post!
Firstly, I was always a centre forward, I never played on the wing. I wanted to be called the Welsh wizard but that handle was already taken on Twitter apparently.
Secondly, it's been 9 days now since I started this service and I've gained my first follower! I've not yet worked out whether you can view who your followers are and if so, how you do it, but if my single follower does read this then know I am very grateful and I hope you're the first of many! If you guys have been following all my tips, you'd be around £80 in profit to £10 stakes which as a casual gambler you can't really complain at for 9 days work. The rest of this post is going to talk about two things; Affiliates, and my style of betting.
As I'm sure a lot of you are aware, there are different types of affiliates. The ones that get paid based on the number of sign up's I have no problem with, it's the ones that profit from your losses that I can't stand. So many Twitter "tipsters" will lull you into the false sense of security that they're making so much profit and post screenshots of all their wins when in reality whenever they post a losing tip, if you've signed up to the relevant bookmaker through their link they will gain around 30% of your losses in their pocket. It makes me feel sick to think about the amount of cash I've put into certain people's pockets over the years before I realised this was happening. Now this is not to say all affiliate tipsters will post losing bets deliberately. At the end of the day gambling is gambling and there's no real way of @CharlieKingTips knowing whether there's going to be over 0.5 goals in the first half of some random Swedish 2nd Division game or not, but the point is, he'll profit regardless if you've placed money on his bets via his links. On the flipside, he has also completed several £1K challenges which is a spectacular feat for anyone, but my point is this; Would you trust anyone with your cash if at any given point they profit from your losses?
So moving on, based on what I've said above, I want to do what I can to change that. I want to be different. I want to have several thousand followers on twitter, and have all of them know I can be trusted, and that my wins and losses are the same as theirs. With regards to my style of betting, I'm aware that I have posted a lot of bets over the last 9 days and that not everyone can afford to bet ideally, £10 per bet x10 a day. This is where bankroll management is important. Bet only what you can afford to lose. No more than 2.5% of your overall bankroll, and if that means following every one of my tips but backing with only 50p then so be it. Because in the long run I will make you money. To the point where in a year's time I may have multiplied your overall bankroll by several hundreds. That's the aim. I am going to review my service being free on a month by month basis depending on how much profit I have made in the previous month. If we have a poor month I'm willing to make my tips free again to get you back on board the following month. Don't get me wrong, as I've said in the description I want to do this full time hence the potential fees. But that's because nothing would make me happier than working full time researching tips for hundreds of people who I know trust me, and who I just want to make money for. But what comes with membership fees is giveaways for milestones, and money back for referrals etc, getting people more involved than just placing a few bets daily that's the aim! I just need a little to survive however.
So that's basically it guys, I hope this gets through to anyone who reads this. Any questions I'm happy to answer of course, tweet me, follow me and most importantly, follow my tips! Peace out and goodnight!
Published 29th September @ 23:25