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September 20th, 2004, 09:32 PM #1
I have in my pocket and on a weekly basis access and permission to distribute, publish, remail and whatever you like free quality content from Vegas Experts... okay don't all start groaning at once. Go look at the stats.
30 Day EPC : $34.30
Average Sale : $29.65
Conversion Rate : 4.14%
Reversal Rate : 9.00 %
Now I'll tell you straight up that the Reversal Rate is not accurate because on average 2 in 5 sales stick... GASP HORROR
"Okay Chris, we're suckers for a good story tell us why this is a good thing?"
Quite simply, Vegas Experts is a Tips Merchant. They sell Tips on sports. Customers buy the tips. IF the tip is correct and then the customer is charged, if it is wrong they are not charged. Which means customers become very loyal to a system that doesn't charge for the wrong data, they stay customers and hang around for a long time, which means with the infinite cookie tracking we have in place, it's a nice little earner with repeat business from loyal customers who purchase picks every week!
NOTE Vegas Experts do not do take or place bets, just sell tips.
So of the 4.14% conversion, you're actually looking at around 1.5% to 2% real conversion once the picks are resolved.
EPC well yummy to that
Anyway back to the Free content. Vegas Experts publish a newsletter at least once a week with content such as this :
Trend of the Day
-- The Pittsburgh Pirates are 3-31 as road underdogs of $1.50 or higher!
Get all of the MLB Trends
Connecticut will have revenge on their minds after losing 24-14 last
year at home versus Boston College. The Huskies actually won the stats,
having more first downs, time of possession, and total yards, but had
three costly turnovers. Boston College opened as a 9.5-point favorite,
but the betting public has moved the Eagles to an eight-point choice.
The NFL Super Systems Club picked up right where it left off last
season, going 2-1 ATS including Southern Mississippi's upset victory
over Nebraska! Our plays for this weekend will be released on Wednesday
afternoon, with one college and two NFL selections active!
So how much does a proven season of winners cost? How about less than
$12 a week! For only $199, you can gain access to the best collection of
systems ever assembled, and returning customers can join again for only
And link that into VE through SAS.
Or news headers like this
Connecticut at Boston College
With the hurricane washing away yet another game, the Connecticut vs.
Boston College matchup will open the third full weekend of College
Football on Friday...
http://www.vegasexperts.com/articles/previews/cfb-1.asp .... full story
San Diego at Los Angeles
It was a tough day yesterday for the San Diego Padres, not only because
they lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers last night, but because every other
team won... http://www.vegasexperts.com/articles/previews/mlb-1.asp ...full story
SAS encode those links and you'd be away.
So if you're up for some free content on your site, Blog, emails, sports related, tips related or something brand new, then please drop me a mail. vegasexperts /AT/ webstudio-1 \DOT\ com or PM me here
September 24th, 2004, 11:19 AM #2
Our first content based RSS is live today.
The aim of this RSS is to distribute content that you can use for your own web sites and newsletters to drive sales and add value adding copy to your sites.
The present format will be Copy with Links that you need to encode, once we get rolling and we see this take off we will look at how to semi pre-code it and eventually fully code it for everyone.
The first content feed is for Vegas Experts as they have new content (at least once a week) every week
Get the RRS Here : http://feeds.feedburner.com/vegas
Please note this is not an RSS to place on your site at present time, purely an RSS to allow you to get timely content updates that you can copy, encode and place on your sites with the minimum of fuss
September 25th, 2004, 09:19 AM #3
2nd content updated posted to feed.
September 25th, 2004, 10:42 AM #4
September 26th, 2004, 12:29 AM #5
Let me know if you need any help or sugggestions, while College and NFL are running you can expect around 2-3 updates per week
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