Sam Cooke – A helping hand part 2 – tipping sites worth a visit

At SBC we like to ensure you’re provided with a full analysis on any given subject. We aim to leave no stone (or betting tipping site) unturned. As such, below is the second part of the feature tipping sites worth a visit.

If the first six were just enough to whet your appetite, these should fill you up.

BettingExpert
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www.bettingexpert.com

Cost: Free

An exact, intriguing and positive statement greets you on opening page of the Betting Expert site; ‘40,998 winning tips in October 2014’.

It also announces that inside is a community of over 200,000 members all with a solid interest in producing a profit from gambling. Who wouldn’t read on?

What’s more is that the site is professional and easy to navigate; a grade above the vast majority of cheaply produced tipping sites. The drop down bar in the top left ensures you can get right to the market you want to right away; it covers a huge variety of sports which I won’t even begin to list. Be assured that if you bet on it, it’s probably included.

You are able to review indpendent tipsters and track their progress and results, you’re also able to filter out tipsters based on the specific sports, leagues, their own rating and whether or not they’re verified or ‘rookie’ tipsters. You’re able to take part in social competitions with other users , and the site has an impressive mobile app, and a well-maintained blog which focuses on a variety of different sports and topics.  They have an academy which provides a comprehensive how-to guide on online sports betting; time online here is far better spent than watching endless Youtube clips. 

be_academy_logo.pngAll of this and more is what Betting Expert offers; an online haven which can help you significantly improve your returns. The question on everybody’s lips is doubtless, so how much are they going to charge me for all this?

The answer is nothing. Betting Expert is completely free to use and yet manages to provide a serious and well organised site, with a very respectable rate of successful tips. Why haven’t you joined yet?

Football Cream

www.footballcream.com

Cost: Free

‘It doesnt matter which team should win the match, it only matters which odds are above what they should be’The Football Cream philosophy

The Football Cream site is simply laid out, it’s basic and it doesn’t make any big claims. It’s non-suspect, the type of tipping site which could easily fly under the radar. There’s no Twitter, nor Facebook. There’s definitely no Google+. Users subscribe via email.

To judge a tipping site by its design, financial investment and social media presence though is not always wise. In this case, it’s foolish. Football Cream has its tips verified by Sports-Tipsters.co.uk, the same site used by BetAdvisor. This means all of the tipping results are viewable and fully accurate.  Furthermore recent tips have been excellent, and October Football Cream provided 22 bets with a yield of 31.49%.

The best bit; the tips are free and all you have to do is subscribe with your email address.

As you may have guessed from the name; all bets are on football but with a specialisation on European leagues that can be hard to find, and easier to profit from. The second divisions in France, Germany and Italy have been popular in recent weeks. A very worthwhile site whether you’re a classic ‘football accy on a Saturday’ type of gambler, or if you bet on the sport in a more serious and committed manner.

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www.bettinggods.com

Cost: Varies, between £10 – £40 per month

A name that can’t help but inspire confidence, the Betting Gods site is upfront with its tipsters’ recent results, strike rate, average profit and the cost of subscription.

At the time of writing Betting Gods has been host to 6,025 tips with a 41.90% strike rate, and an average monthly profit of £154. 44 . Impressive, to say the least.

You can sign up via email for a free daily tipping service but the price of full coverage by individual professional tipsters varies. You are able to view the profile of each and their results in detail before making any financial commitment, and some offer a heavily reduced trial period to boot.

The site has an overall feel of quality and professionalism to it, plus the FAQ section is very honest in terms of stating that it does not guarantee a profit, and that you will not win every day. The amount of sites that make baseless and false promises of ‘guaranteeing’ you a tidy sum each week is staggering, and it’s refreshing to see sites like Betting Gods help neutralise their reach and impact.

Many of the tipsters currently on the site focus on horse racing, but football is also covered. The price is generally between £20 and £40 per month, as the FAQ section highlights the site does not wish for the fee to rise much higher than these figures.

All featured tipsters must pass a rigorous 12-week before being accepted, which shows that the tips you are viewing are not made by someone without any knowledge or experience.

As a site which is growing it’s also on the lookout for new tipsters, so if you fancy yourself and want to justifiably add ‘Betting God’ to your CV (as we all do) then this is a possibility.

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