It looks like the sportsbooks
are not the only ones falling prey to the enormously successful professional
football handicappers at
Rumor is rampant that the Jim Feist Proline TV show could
soon be on the brink of extinction as they struggle to make budget.
It’s no secret that the company has lost
href=”http://www.bigstickmedia.com/pr-2009-10-07.pdf”>$2.6 million over the
previous two quarters fighting an uphill battle losing clients to superior
href=”http://www.offshoreinsiders.com/”>sports handicapping dynasties.
According to industry expert Brian Kayma
of CasinoBettingNews.com, “Feist built an empire by being the first and biggest
on cable television. Wayne Allyn Root tried to
duplicate but made the blunder of hiring washed up athletes and middling
coaches to lend their name.
Steve Budin, Brandon Lang, and
Al DeMarco have tried a similar model on regional
sports networks. Jonathan Stone, Jeff Allen, and a list of
suspects purchase expensive radio infomercial time. Johnny Bono is buying “
class=SpellE>telematched” calling lists. None of the above can
class=GramE>compete with the unprecedented winning of Stevie Vincent,
Joe Duffy, Mike Godsey, and
style=’color:windowtext’>Matt Rivers,” concludes
Boasts OffshoreInsiders.com CEO Joe Duffy, “We have a
simple, five-point business model:
1. Get the best handicappers and let the product sell itself.
2. Get the best handicappers and let the product sell itself.
3. Get the best handicappers and let the product sell itself.
4. Get the best handicappers and let the product sell itself.
5. Get the best handicappers and let the product sell itself.”
Duffy says that he has been an employee, General Manager,
and CEO in the industry spreading over a quarter century.
If a client purchases at least seven-days (minimum enough
to sample a product), the industry average is that 7-to-12 percent will still
be a client in two years. At
style=’color:windowtext’>OffshoreInsiders.com that number is a
mind-boggling 79-to-92 percent.
“Over the last four years, 90 percent of my clients were burned by higher
profile handicappers, but they become a client of BetOnSports360.com and never
look back,” says Stevie Vincent founder of forensic sports handicapping.
Why do clients keep coming back and back to
OffshoreInsiders.com, the advisors to 95 percent of professional sports
bettors? Says Duffy, “Sports bettors are essentially getting a Mercedes Benz
for less than they paid for a Yugo. The decision is
easy” when it comes to getting winning football
picks. The strategy of building a website around the best sports picks is