Should I take on a sponsor? Vote now

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6 Responses

  1. steve jones says:

    Hey Steve, Just take the dough. If I thought it would compromise the content I’d say no, but something tells me it won’t. cheers S

  2. Tony says:

    Go for it Steve, I think you are educating everyone enough for us not to fall for the Bookies tricks. I would be careful though if you are planning on leaving your day job, what will happen if they pull their sponsorship in 3 months?

  3. Francois says:

    I don’t think it’s a good idea. It’s a fight against those crappy bookie and we shoudn’t help them. By the way, if you educate the reader about how they work, they won’t signup, and if they don’t signup, the bookie will stop the sponsorship… On the other hand, I would be open if it’s a bookie that doesn’t close or limit account.

  4. steve jones says:

    Hey Steve I’d love to know what, has been your reward, for some of those well researched (time consuming) posts. Ok, your tipping service, but that can’t be all?

  5. steve jones says:

    They might sign up to promotion strip, but this would represent a net loss for the sponsor.

  6. Luke Anders says:

    If there were bookmakers ads posted all over the site when I first came across it, I doubt I would have paid much attention to it and I probably would have moved on fairly quickly. I’m sure some will disagree, but from a punter vs bookies perspective, any website or service that’s getting paid to promote bookmakers loses a little bit of credibility in my book. That being said, if I was in your situation, I’d probably “sell out” depending on which bookmaker it was, although there are a few unscrupulous, morally bankrupt bookmakers that I detest so much it wouldn’t matter how much they offered me *cough*SPORTSBET*cough*

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