Jim writes about the gaming industry for magazines and newspapers, publishes an annual Football Workbook and co-authored ‘The Complete Guide to Football Betting’ with handicapper Kelso Sturgeon, an in-depth analysis of the competitive Las Vegas handicapping world of eleven-to-ten, in addition to a statistical analysis of football seasons.
Jim’s daily selections are featured on 14 websites. He has weekly articles and blogs about sports wagering, and his websites feature updated information on gaming, trends, pro and college teams and industry news. Jim Feist Fast Facts is a daily sports wagering statistical print-out from Jim’s personnel database, unique only to jimfeist.com, free to anyone.
His websites feature a free daily newsletter, informative spread trends, featured articles, tips and a comp daily play with analysis. Jim also releases the Westgate SuperBook Top 5 Handicapping Report, a comprehensive weekly report of the world’s biggest football handicapping contest during the fall with results posted each week within hours of release.
Jim keeps pace with changing technology by engaging in social networking links Twitter, You Tube, Face-book and Google-Plus, along with daily videos discussing current events in the gaming industry, big game previews, free insight and plays, edited and uploaded within minutes to the site. This allows commercial free analysis and opinions from the most connected people in the sports wagering field.
A key to Jim’s success is that he has always understood the importance of listening to customers. A successful business is a partnership with clients. He has been able to tap the latest in technology in an effort to provide clients with the best possible tools and in-formation to succeed in the challenging world of eleven-to-ten.
Customers requested such things as timely weather information, injury reports, up-to-the-second updated lines, pre-game line-ups and hundreds of other sports handicapping necessities. Jim listens and delivers. Success is in the details and Jim measures success not by the season, but by the decade.