Pay Per Head Wagering
One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a pay per head service is what types of pay per head wagering options are available for your clients. In general, the more wagering methods you offer to your clients, the better it will be for you. Not only does it make you appear flexible and interested in meeting your clients' needs, but it also means that they will be able to play more. By allowing them to wager in ways that are convenient for them, they never have any excuse not to, so it's truly a win-win situation for everyone involved.
In terms of pay per head wagering, you need to offer, at the very least, internet or digital wagering. In this day and age, most clients also want to be able to place their bets from their mobile devices, so not being able to offer online wagering to your clients can be a real negative. Of course, you will want to maintain the old-fashioned call center wagering methods as well to keep your most stuck-in-their-ways clients happy. Plus, they can be a good option in the event that one of the other methods happens to be unavailable, though this extremely unlikely to happen with backup redundancy plans in place.
The best pay per head wagering call centers are staffed around the clock-meaning twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, three hundred and sixty five days a year-by experienced, easy to communicate with staff. The staff members should speak English fluently and should always be friendly and personable as this will keep your clients from complaining or from taking their business elsewhere.
All wagering methods need to be constantly accessible to clients. Plus, you will want to ensure that you are offering them every gambling method under the sun. The best companies will have upwards of 90 different Las Vegas style games, including both new and classic games. Access to major United States horse racing tracks and major international tracks is also recommended, in addition to traditional sports betting and other less traditional forms of betting as well. This includes opportunities like betting on politics, reality shows, awards shows, and anything else that happens to be popular and involve chance.
Remember, all you should have to pay for is the players that play each week. Don't deal with a service that charges you for inactive players, especially if it isn't providing a multitude of betting options for your clients.