View Full Version : Need programmer/group of programmers (Website associated to Sports Betting)
10-04-2007, 01:22 PM
this is fun and fantastic and thats what the website will discover.
if you are an experienced coder who wants to handle with the large money, if you have some experience with the sports betting industry then I have a fantastic break-through in that area that needs very hard working and the benefits are unlimited.
if you want me to contact you, please reply or PM me with some details of what you can do as well.
Requires PHP/MySQL and more.
got 2 more coders on the hold looking for someone who can really start a project and handle big tasks.
just a little filter:
take a look at http://www.vcbet.com/ , http://www.stanjames.com/ , http://www.bet365.com/
if you think you are capable of handling something similar to these websites please contact me.
Notice we are talking about a big project worth alot of money. just a hint: its not another bookmaker.
Thanks in advance.
10-04-2007, 02:10 PM
Is there any type of revenue sharing with this project? If so, please post.
10-04-2007, 02:24 PM
I will share up to 25 percent with a serious project manager who can handle the WHOLE web developing. there is much to be discussed and therefore i only expect very professional coders to reply to this one.
10-04-2007, 04:24 PM
Make it 50% and I'm your man. I am very professional. Or maybe just plain old professional. But I need to be reassured that the website will be legal-- the feds have been coming down hard on gambling sites lately and I don't want to be caught in that net. So is it all sports? American sports? College football? Fantasy football? I love it, let's go go go.
10-04-2007, 05:37 PM
as you probably assume giving 50% to the web developer on such a big project is impossible and i know you wouldn't mind having just 3% once this is up and running, but i give 25% and willing to discuss higher rate.
i expect very good knowledge with databases and the ability to create an online betting system as shown in the examples.
hard work but big rewards expected.
10-04-2007, 07:01 PM
If 25% is all the developer gets, and the developer is doing 100% of the web development, the question I have is what are the other partners doing to warrant getting 75%? The ratio of work to gain seems unbalanced. I could do 100% of the web development on my own gambling site and get 100% of the revenue. I'll do this and sell the website to you if you'd like.
10-05-2007, 11:57 AM
first, this is not a regular gambling site, and 100% of the web development is without a doubt the hard part, but a lot is still left to do afterwards.
as I've said i got 2 more coders to help the main developer and a designer.
they all need to get paid.
by the way, i could go and buy this website off someone but the reason i'm looking for a partner is because i want the one who creates this to do it from the heart first of all, and second, someone who will be able to update and maintain complicated parts in it.
this is not another bookmaker website, if you think you'll really be able to invest your most valuable time and quite a lot of it, and think you can create such a complicated system by yourself alone, then alright i will give you 50%.
must be a good one though. ;p
10-05-2007, 02:06 PM
Are you open to a "hybrid" approach? I.e. a low rate paid for the work the programmer does in lieu of a high stake in the revenue? I've seen more and more offers like this. It protects the programmer because they still get some type of compensation, and it benefits the entrepreneur because they don't have to give up such a larger % of the profits.
10-06-2007, 03:14 PM
since right now i am the only one standing behind this project i am looking for a real partner.
its a brilliant idea never been done before, that needs a lot of coding work but a lot of marketing and others which i will take down to my obligations.
I'll just clear i am not looking for someone to work for me, if I wanted that I'd go look for a coder to hire, i am looking for a true partner who wants to start a very profitable non-risky little web.
and as i said in the beginning its a lot of fun to work at.
I'm waiting for your mails/PMs guys.
10-06-2007, 05:21 PM
What's your marketing plan? Has this been done before? If so, what sets this project apart? If not, is it patentable?
10-24-2007, 01:53 PM
sorry for the late reply,
i will not discuss any of the project details here.
I'll just let the people around hear this: There is alot of money in the betting industry, and many ways to be a part of it without risking big money.
Please, if you are sick of making the same e-commerce websites, the same company pages that no one ever visits.
ready to make something big?
10-24-2007, 10:49 PM
Closing the post. Seems to be somewhat suspicious and falls into the "I've got the next million dollar deal" category. I'll leave it here though in case anyone wants to PM this guy. But I'd advise caution.