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[av_textblock textblock_styling_align=” textblock_styling=” textblock_styling_gap=” textblock_styling_mobile=” size=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” font_color=” color=” id=” custom_class=” template_class=” av_uid=’av-l3ajd3xt’ sc_version=’1.0′ admin_preview_bg=”] Well the simple reply to this question is, no. When you give someone something free, they expect something for free.

But let’s take a closer look to make sure. Personally I like to find good info online, in most cases I am never giving my email address, at least not my real one… but that being said, I will return to GOOD information that I find helpful and insightful. I think if you are going to post free picks on your website, I think it is important to make it open and available without any type of barrier.

In most cases on the web, you are going to get-out what you put in… If you use the free pick as a tool to get in the search results, it will pay off in the longrun. If you are using it as a lure, to try spring sales, it no likely to happen. The mathematical conversion is very long to make this type of sale for search targeted traffic.

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My name is Scott Asher, i'm a writer and and freelance web developer for I have helped sports handicappers sell more than 250,000 sports picks online and have made more than 1500 handicapping websites. I have a real passion for handicapping sports betting. More than anything I want you to make the most money selling your picks! 25 years in the sports handicapping business.