Cheapest Pay Per Head VS. Best PPH Service
By Harley Wyatt – Pay Per Head News
If you’re dead set on finding the cheapest pay per head service then there’s not much I can say to you right now. I’ll have to catch you on the flip side after you’ve pulled all your hair out and are recovered from a triple bypass operation. After you’ve lost half your players and have decided to get serious about your pay per head service.
The problem with the cheapest pay per head services is that they will make you do absolutely everything. You’ll be on your own dealing with a company located thousands of miles away in a coun try where you don’t speak the language.
If you are a drop out computer science programmer and an ex-line mover or sportsbook manager then maybe you can handle the cheapest pay per head you can find. If, on the other hand, you are looking for a pay per head service to help make your sportsbook business a hands free, no hassle, collect money from your players each week enterprise then you might want to listen up.
Get The Best Pay Per Head Service
Imagine for a moment that you won the lottery. You’ve got plenty of money and decide to go car shopping. You’ve always wanted a Maserati so off you go to the dealer. Now, to the untrained eye most of the cars look very similar, however they have vastly different prices. You could afford the most expensive but it has too many extras you don’t need. You could buy the cheapest car on the lot, not many people would know the difference, but YOU would and it would require a lot of maintenance and isn’t good enough to satisfy you.
It’s the same with going with the cheapest pay per head service. Your players might not be able to tell the difference right away but little by little the cracks will start showing. While you’re pulling your hair out trying to figure out how everything works with next to no customer support your players will be getting frustrated by the constant service issues that keep coming up.
Best Pay Per Head Service Is Worth an extra $2
After all is said and done you’re sitting in a miserable heap. Your life hasn’t gotten any less complicated, you’re constantly putting out fires and your player numbers are dropping. If you took the time to pull out your calculator you would realize that if you had spent an extra $50 or $100 per week for your pay per head service you would be living in bookie paradise.
The lesson here is; don’t cheap out when it comes to your business and making money. You don’t need the Kobe Beef steak for $1000 per plate but you certainly don’t want to eat the $2 shoe leather-all you can eat “meat” buffet either.
Give the pay per head service a test drive before you commit. Get to know the people who will be handling your account. Ask them point blank if they will be there for you when you need them. I can guarantee you that the cheapest pay per head services charging you $3 won’t be.