What is matched betting?

keeping track of your profits

So this whole making money from matched betting is fun and all, but we really need a way to keep track of all the profit and to keep ourselves organised. 

What do we need to track?

When I say we need to keep track of our profits, what I really mean is we need to keep track of our entire matched betting activity.

Now don’t be scared off quite just yet.

Firstly, we need to keep track of everything purely to keep ourselves motivated from all the profits we’re making. It’s all too easy to not see how much profit we’re really making when we only see a £2 profit from one offer and another £5 profit from another, but all of those little amounts really start to add up and make a big profit overall.

Secondly, it’s really easy to lose track of what bookies you’ve started an offer with and what free bets are due and when they expire. By tracking it all in a neat little spreadsheet, you should never miss out on a free bet or money making opportunity. And it should reduce the feeling of overwhelm that can stop a lot of people just from getting started with matched betting.

Matched Betting Spreadsheet

Below, I have created a spreadsheet for you to use to get you started with tracking your matched betting profits. You can use this as it is or you can adapt it to your own needs. Everyone works in their own way, and there is no right or wrong way to track your profits. To start with you could even just use pen and paper, if that’s what you feel most comfortable with.

What next?

So, you’ve read through all the beginner guides. You know what matched betting is, you know how to complete your first sign up offer and you know how to keep track of all those profits your’re on your way to making very soon. 

Now what?

Well I’m glad you asked! Click on the button below and I will tell you exactly where to go from here.

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