Tuesday, December 22, 2015 3:07 AM
YouTube can serve as a fantastic tool for NFL betting tipsters to promote their brands on a budget; NFLbets will most likely start such video production soon as well. As in most areas of business, the file-sharing site levels the playing field for the entrepreneur: In the case of NFL betting tips, the little guy who nails 70% of his picks no longer needs to take a backseat to a swaggering Las Vegas-based sub-50% shooter armed with advertising dollars.
Of course, right ways and wrong ways to exploit the opportunity exist. And for every slickly-produced, nicely-edited and energetically-executed tipster clip on YouTube, perhaps dozens fail. Below are a couple examples of the latter, two barely believable (and yet regularly produced!) attempts to appeal to the would-be NFL-betting customer.