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Pay per Head Bookie: Getting Familiar with Online Branding

There is no denying about the fact that the concept of word of mouth has gone digital, which means that in order to build a

successful brand for your Pay per Head Bookie business, you need to be where people is talking about your industry and of course, join the conversation.

Here is some useful information related to online branding activities that can give you a better idea of what you need to do in order to increase the visibility of your Price per Head Services website.

 

Pay per Head Bookie: Keywords and Branding

 

There is a big difference between trying to rank in the search engine results pages or SERPs for a unique brand, and for a brand name which contain keywords.

A unique brand name is one such as Reebok or Under Armour, or it can also even be your own name (or a combination of your name and the place where you run your Pay per Head Bookmaking business from).

A brand name with keywords is something on the lines of Sports Betting or Agent Solutions, which are two terms for which many websites out there are competing in order to get a high rank in the search engines.

If you decide to optimize your website for the former, then it is likely that it will be easier for your Pay per Head Bookie website to get a good rank in the SERPs.

If you want to focus your SEO (search engine optimization) work on the latter, then it might take you a while to rank high in the search engines for your desired keywords because those are also the terms that the competition is trying to rank for.

Nevertheless, to rank well for popular keywords related to your industry should be one of your online marketing goals.

 

Prospective Clients’ Other Interests

Your prospective clients all share an interest for placing bets and playing at the online casino, but they also share other types of interests that are not necessarily related to gambling.

Once you have identified what those interests are, try to figure out how is it that you can make those individuals aware of your brand.

For example, if they share a particular interest for cigars, you can send them an email with a few links to great sites related to the cigar world suggesting that they link back to your Pay per Head Bookie website due to the fact that many people that is also visiting such sites might have an interest in wagering and online casino games also.

Alternatively, you can opt for contacting the webmasters of such sites directly in order to suggest them to partner with you so you can send clients their way and vice versa.

 

Monitor your Brand

The flipside to promoting your brand online is that someone can misrepresent or talk negatively about your Pay per Head Bookie company.

By keeping an eye on social circles and other online venues where people generally talks about businesses like the one you are running, you can become aware of the positive, and also the negative comments that are being made about the products or services you provide.

By doing this, you can jump into any given online conversation that has a negative tone to it and that it involves your Pay per Head Bookie business in some way in order to see what the problem is and how you can solve it right away.

This can have a great positive effect on the psyche of prospective clients whom are looking at such conversations because they can see that you are a professional and that you are concern about the well being of your customers, and of course, your online brand.