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June 27, 2007 at 3:38 am #603537AnonymousInactive
As you may or may not be aware I am working closely with SportsbookReview.com alongside my own network of sites in developing an unbiased set of webmaster tools to assist you and other webmasters in promoting sportsbooks. These tools have taken several months to develop and now we are at a stage to be used by other webmasters. We currently offer three different tools for your use (all are free, and include YOUR affiliate tracking):
Customizable live sports odds for your website from more than 20 different online sportsbooks. Our easy-to-use lines-feed-generator makes it simple for sports webmasters and sportsbook affiliates to add this free content to their sites. You can add your own affiliate tracking behind each sportsbook you choose to display.
Sportsbook that are listed, and currently DO accept US:
Sportsbook that are listed, and currently DO NOT accept US:
Add live sports scores to your website for free. Generate custom scoreboards for all major sports leagues in a variety of styles to suit the layout of your website.
Generate custom daily news updates from within the online sports betting industry. These are the same news wires that appear daily on SportsBookReview, the leader in online sportsbook information. We also advise anyone currently using our content to use this feed to ensure accurate information is displayed on your website.
The majority of the sportsbooks SBR works with have affiliate programs you can join in time for football.
These tools can be used to customize what you display and how it is displayed. To see working examples of these tools in place please visit my website that currently utilizes the tools:
To get started in adding the features to your website please visit http://www.sbrtools.com and follow the steps. This is free to use, and will help with your conversions this coming football season.
Feel free to direct any questions to me by PM.June 27, 2007 at 5:06 am #740864AnonymousInactive
Excellent post with some great tools !!
Thanks, sent you a PMJune 27, 2007 at 6:23 am #740865AnonymousInactive
just in time for the coming NFL and College football season!
I built my own sports betting odds comparision and I can attest it is not an easy task. KUDOS to SBR for providing these free tools.June 27, 2007 at 9:59 am #740874AnonymousInactive
Yes – good work Simon – the odds and scores facilities look first class.
:hattip:June 28, 2007 at 1:09 am #740976AnonymousInactive
Many thanks for the comments, and yes the programmers have done a great job…. I look forward to seeing these lines on peoples sites. All the sportsbooks listed on my site within the lines are tracked back to me as this tool allows for this.June 28, 2007 at 2:09 am #740979AnonymousInactive
The tool seems broken .. at least my ones are.
Neither scores nor lines are functioning for MLB.
Aha … no … it’s a geographical thing – sort of.
These tools use the local time off the users PC – is that right Simon ?
The problem is that I’m +16 to 19 hours ahead of the US down here.
So at certain times of the day the “default” setting on scores and lines end up point into the future (as far as local US times are concerned) … hence the lack of data.
Hmm … I’ll have to think about this.
:tongue:June 28, 2007 at 2:18 am #740980AnonymousInactive
Did you try modifying or deleting any items in the code? Send me the URL where I can see (by PM if you prefer) this and I will try and debug as it works fine for me.
I will also check we have games imported for MLB which we should, as if there are no games scheduled then nothing will show.June 28, 2007 at 2:20 am #740981AnonymousInactive
I see tons of MLB games on http://www.wheretobet.com/lines/June 28, 2007 at 2:25 am #740982AnonymousInactive
Yep – lines are working fine for me right now (I’m still on the 28th down here)
But the scores are defaulting to 28th too – so they’re saying no scores available.
Later on (around midnight my time – 10 hours time) I’ll move to 29th and I think that when my lines stop functioning …
Still – if it’s just a down under issue then it will work well for Northern hemisphere visitors.
:hattip:June 28, 2007 at 2:47 am #740986AnonymousInactive
I will inform the coders of the down-under issue and get a fix. The default date is Central Standard Time.June 28, 2007 at 2:51 am #740988AnonymousInactive
That’ll be nice to have mate.
I’ll get on with productionising this code now that I understand a bit more.
I spent about two hours last night – and then suddenly it stopped working – and ddin’t move it onto the main site as it looked broken.
Now I see that it would have kept working for 95% of my visitors.
:tongue:June 29, 2007 at 6:00 am #741079AnonymousInactive
TheGooner and anyone else if you need some technical help installing this script on your site then PM me. However you will find the script easy to install and very self explanatory so I do not feel any of you will have an issue.June 29, 2007 at 6:06 am #741080AnonymousInactive
Nice job Simon!
Drop me a line on messenger when you have some free time, we need to catch up…July 7, 2007 at 2:44 am #741880AnonymousInactive
Just a quick follow up to make sure no one had any major issues adding the live lines tool to your website. If you did then feel free to send me a PM and I will assist you.
A reminder again that the URL is http://www.sbrtools.com of where you can retrieve the live lines for your site.July 8, 2007 at 1:06 am #741928AnonymousInactive
I love the odds, way better than what I am currently using. I have added you to my MLB odds website and will see about adding you to my other odds websites later on. But it makes my website look a lot classier than before, the set up and structure is also a lot nicer, it’s exactly what I have been looking for and wanting for years now.