Sports Handicapping has become so popular that almost overnight everyone has become a sports reporter and handicap the game and they are getting paid for Handicapping. Now everyone has a blog and PODcast, cappers are cashing in some cases 50,000+ a month in donations. We have worked on a list of the most popular and profitable ways to sell picks.
To Date I have not met a handicapper or gambler that personally I could not learn something from. You are good at being a handicapper, let me harness the full-power of what you know and turn it into money. Because im a Muther Fucking Jedi Master. — Owner of Handicapping Websites
Most handicappers only know only a few ways to make money with their sports picks, but across the web there are many spots you can sell your sports touts. I am about to talk about all the ways I know how to make money online relating to sports handicapping business.
Twitter and Instagram
Twitter and Instagram have to be neck and neck but both are totally different worlds and have 2 very different buyer pools. I think the money is better on Twitter, but Instagram is Hot and seems to be getting hotter, but we have seen accounts that have been marketing-driven accounts getting banned
Soliciting on the web
Posting ads on Craigslist, using chat rooms and forum posting is effective but the numbers are long. A good Twitter account could be worth millions.
Example Craigslist posting that I found:
YouTube – PODcasting & Vlogging
I think Youtube and Podcasting are similar, Youtube is the clear front runner, but a vast majority of handicappers don’t want to go on Video. And I think people are listing to Podcast more than ever because of their limited time to read, you can simply put on the headphones and listen in the background.
Website and Blogging
It’s hard to pick 1,2 and 3 but a well-branded website backing your social media is needed even its only selling shirts. I feel like reading is how most people take advice, followed by Videos.
Email still lives and is alive and well, With phones getting hammered with Robo callers and people are no longer picking up their phones, email moves into #4. With a nice piece of ad copy and an email list you can crush it.