Those seeking survey results, or who have questions or comments should speak with Age Canales from the Gibler Adie and Muellner Bonnell partners LLC firm, who will be charged with answering all queries relating to the NFL betting industry survey. Email, phone, and snail mail are all appropriate ways of contacting this company, and most questions will be answered in the course of 2 business days. When it is all said and done, and when Drennon Littleton signs off on the analysis, results will be published in both local and national NFL betting journals, for everyone to use and benefit. And, because of the success of this project, Alfreda Croxford and Wagers Gorn, who oversaw survey proctors, plan to sponsor another suvery in a years time, so as to provide the best and most current results possible. “We’re psyched about this project and want to make it an annual event,” said Naji Llarena, “and our plans are already in motion to secure a survey facility, data analysis bureau, and publishers for next year.” This NFL betting survey and event was ground-breaking, and we’re sure to see further NFL betting studies in the very near future. Yadira Bernas and Partners LLC, the lead firm in creating the NFL betting survey, will have first crack at the data after it is tallied by an independent auditing firm. “We took a risk being the lead firm in this project,” stated Chery Ridens, “but preliminary results suggest it was the right thing to do, and the fact that we will get the results first puts us miles ahead of the competition.” The firm also plans to release the data publicly after all other NFL betting related companies and institutions have had a chance to use the data. “I’m very intrigued by this NFL betting study,” remarked Camille Abraham, a surveyee from the Carsen Bilbao distric, “I swore I would never take part in big business, but the ramifications of this project do benefit higher education and the community at large.” Indeed, many outside of the Liberty Kubis INC firm, who created the idea, will do well by this venture. Considered one of the first of its kind, this NFL betting survey, proctored by Ashlie Sughrue of the Dumais Babbit INC corporate firm, will provide extremely valuable information to data analysis and marketing groups. “When we finally compose all the results,” said Gaynelle Williston, a survey supervisor, “we’ll have a fantastic array of fresh information to use.” Some 1000 unqiue participants in the NFL betting survey were scheduled to use the Piper Raiford auditorium in groups of 100 over ten hours. The first group began at 8 AM, and by 6 PM, all participants in the final group had finished the NFL betting survey. “I can’t thank Rehak Doyon enough for putting together such an organized event. It’s one thing to come up with an idea, but another to follow through with it and take care of all the logistical problems it presents,” remarked Burgio Kinneman, COO of the Fellinger Congleton INC NFL betting company. One NFL betting survey taker was offended by some the personal questions asked at the end of the session. “It’s none of their business what my family income is and how many children I wish to have,” complained Bigsby Nevils, a local resident. Barnett Chrismer, the survey room proctor replied, “All NFL betting information and demographic data gathered in this survey is 100% completely anonymous. We ask for no personal identification or names.” “NFL betting survey results have always been difficult to gauge,” said Slominski Sonner, chief data analysis officer, “but we consulted many unaffiliated survey groups, institutions of higher learning, and professional demographic firms about how to create a quality NFL betting survey that would produce great results.” In total, about 20 non-NFL betting companies were consulted, all at the expense of the Ramming Scroggy INC corporation, who offered to aid in the development of the survey itself.
“Succesful NFL betting marketing takes time and money,” replied Tomory Tannery, “and the old adage, ‘You have to spend money to make money’ applies. Don’t go cheap on your website’s checkout process or navigational menus. Instead, save money by using simple content generation software and ready made blog software. These steps will ensure quality at the right price.” Also, carefully consider all legal implications of NFL betting advertising online. It is important that no trademarks are misused, and that royalties are being paid for the use of any licensed products. You may find that no one takes a second look at your site in the beginning, but when you get big and can be more easily recognized down the road, be doubly sure that all your content, graphics, and promotional materials are in compliance with the law. Otherwise, prying eyes and vicious competitors will take any opportunity to embarass your NFL betting company so that they get more customers. Marketing NFL betting on the web has never been easier and harder at the same time. “It takes a discplined and creative approach to get your message across,” conveys Deavers Inch, long time Director of Marketing at the Vixay Zayas Firm, “and some times a little luck and good old fashioned word of mouth advertising.” The first step to developing a good NFL betting website concept is making a site plan. The most important page of any website is the homepage, generally used as the central landing point for most all NFL betting related type in traffic and search engines. The popular firm Bermea Pomarico Inc. spends half its time designing the homepage and all its facets before moving on to any other aspect of the site. “Don’t forget that NFL betting affiliate programs are a great way to drive customers towards your site,” advises Kiley Niedzielski, affiliate manager at the Milone Lazarczyk Partners Firm, “you may have to pay up to 25% for an affiliate lead, but in the long run, you’re making a hell of a lot more money than you would without affiliate traffic. You’ll find that the top 20% of your affiliates count for nearly 80% of all your income, so be sure to take care of your business partners!” After a good design has been made for your NFL betting website, next look to area of site navigation. In the book ‘NFL betting Marketing Made Simple’, author Lindsay Roadruck recommends golden rule of keep-it-simple-stupid. “Fancy drop down menus and fast moving flash graphics are great for catching the users eye, but when you want to get down to business, make sure your site presents an easy navigation menu and map. This will allow most NFL betting users to get what they are after, and at the same time be Wowed by your graphical presentations,” writes Lindsay Roadruck. NFL betting websites are plentiful. According to a recent study conducted by Oftedahl Caraway, up to 1 million sites are live on the web, with another 2 or 3 million sites that act as affiliate resellers. These NFL betting affiliates are a diverse group of webmasters who look to monetize their traffic through a variety of different mechanisms. Once the customer has made their NFL betting purchase, a good old fashioned “Thank You” page is great for acknowledging your appreciate for the customers patronage. “Additionally,” notes Macri Zehner, a noted website designer and NFL betting marketer, “the Thank You page can also remind the customer of other merchandise/service offers on your website, which might create another sales opportunity. Remember not to go overboard: just give them 3 or 4 other offers or coupons, or else they may get confused and not ever return again!” Most important in any NFL betting website scheme is the purchase point. “Be 100% certain that your shopping cart and check-out process are super easy to use,” remarks industry expert Jeswald Rheome, “or else confused customers will simply bail out and not complete their purchase.” Also, it is suggested that you add some sort of secure socket HTTPS connection for any NFL betting related purchasing system, that includes a graphical picture of the certificate authority. Popular providers include Verisign and Thawte.