I wanted to clear something’s up with you guys as i want to be as transparent as possible. As you all know i launched my own website which is completely free to use.
I wanted to build a place where I could share my bets on the big markets for free, so that as many people as possible get to enjoy and profit off of the bets I provide, and not charge the user individually.
Instead the costs will be covered by doing ads for different companies. I will not accept and promote ads by companies that I don’t think are any good.
There are several cost in running a website, all the way from creating the website to adding content that will make the site bigger and better for you guys. My goal is to add several new functions that will benefit the user and to be able to do that i am dependent on income.
I wish to be honest with you about how this site will be run for free, and how this works. I know anyone with half a brain would discard an affiliate tipster in a second, thinking he will profit when you lose. I would too, but the situation is more complicated than that.
I think that taking a percentage of what the people you bring in lose is a conflict of interest, because you could earn by doing bad and costing a lot of money for a lot of people.
I do not have that sort of a deal with any bookmakers. I get paid for ads by some select few, and also if they get some new players through the site, but I do not, in any shape or form get paid for losing, or by anyone else losing, and that is a fact.
I want to be completely clear about this. I will never accept a deal where I profit off of losing followers money, that will never happen.
You can sign up to some bookmakers if you want a bonus or you can completely ignore it, entirely up to you.
Questions & answers:
Q: Will you earn money through the site?
A: Yes, I will earn money through advertisements like every other website and also for sign ups.
Q: Will you earn money from people losing?
A: No, I do not have a revenue share deal with any bookmakers.
Q: Why did you go this route?
A: Because I wanted to bring the costs to the companies and not the user, I feel it’s a win win.