Make Money, Matched Betting
One of my most successful stints at Matched Betting came from the bingo offers. There’s absolutely loads of different bingo sites, with new ones popping up every single week. Making the opportunity for long-standing earnings from this practice high if you know ‘how to play the game’

And what do I mean by that… Well it turns out one of the only videos I haven’t made in regards to matched betting is on the Bingo offers so I found this video that explains the principle.

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While there are some Bingo websites showcased on dedicated Matched Betting indexes such as Profit Accumulator and OddsMonkey, it’s usually a case of some and not all. BoomTownBingo is completely free, it’s worth while website to know about.

There’s a dedicated section of the website to showcase newly launched websites categorised by their popularity BoomTownBingo also highlights all the introductory offers available as well as any other information you might need to know about the site.

At the time of writing there’s 48 different websites listed on the BoomTownBingo website with welcome and sign up bonuses. Which means there’s some SERIOUS CASH to be made. 

As always I’d love to know how you guys are getting on with your matched betting. Have you done any of the bingo offers? What results did you have? Let me know in the comments below. An if you’ve not already be sure to join my exclusive matched betting Facebook group.



So we’ve recently spoken about How To Network, but what’s the point? Is there really any benefit. I’m not just going to tell you – Yes! Instead I’m going to list what I believe to be the four key benefits of networking. Whether you’re an intern, a CEO, a company director… Everyone should be networking!


1. Opportunities

While opportunities may only be one point in my list of benefits of networking, it could in fact be broken down to three or four. 

I’m talking career opportunities – Information in regards to a new position opening up, someone retiring, looking for someone with particular skills.

I’m talking business opportunities – At IBM I was an account manager. I’d network with existing and potential clients to see how we can create new fulfilment opportunities. In turn this would help our client, generate income for the business and demonstrate that I can lead generate. 

The important to think to remember is that with the amount of opportunities that come your way you’ll be unable to capitalize on them all. Not all of them will be the right fit, some might not suit you personally but perhaps someone you’ve previously networked with (a business partner or colleague etc.)

Don’t be afraid to pass on or share opportunities. This will demonstrate you as a key networker (someone who knows a number of influential people) and you can expect to receive information about potential opportunities from the people you share opportunities with… – Just be sure to ask the person you’re speaking with first. Some opportunities can be confidential or private. 

2. Advice

Having people in your network to talk to also provides you with the opportunity to gain advice. This could be advice on how to use a particular piece of software, how to deal with a particular client etc. 

Think of networking as a giant Google tailored specifically to your industry, company and / or situation. All of this information would be much harder – if not impossible to get a hold of if you didn’t network.

3. Increased Confidence

I remember when I first started networking. It was my introductory work with a number of other IBM students. I was nervous – and rightly so. I didn’t feel comfortable, social awkward I’d feel like I didn’t belong.

However, by networking regularly my confidence increased. Before long I was networking with senior clients and members of staff both inside and outside of my department. 

This increased confidence is really important as you’re career development is going to be highly dependent on talking to the right people and making those all important connections. 

4. Friendship

Probably one you didn’t expect on this list – Friendship. One of the very true benefits of networking is gaining friendships. You’re likely to spend 100’s of hours with your key networking associates so it’s no surprise that you’ll be come friends.