Real Price Per Head Blog
28 May 2013
As a business owner, your business must be open to the public and operational if it is going to make money. As a customer, you the need the business to be open so you can spend your money. This holds true in every business out there, including a sports betting business. If the entire business is Internet based, down time means lost profits and very likely, lost customers.
The best way for a bookie to ensure their website is always up and running is to have their own server. However, the cost of this is astronomical and it is unlikely that the average local bookie can afford to have their own dedicated server. The other costly aspect of running a sports betting business this way is that the bookie would more than likely have to pay a webmaster to create a gambling site from scratch, which would cost well into five figures.