Melbourne Cup

What place did your horse finish in the race that stops the Nation?

I took a dip in the excitement of Melbourne cup. For years I have been a bystander. I realise my knowledge of horses is next to negligible. Moreover, I am averse to taking risks. This year I was determined to change it.

I have come to realise that since the time I quit the security of a job to start my own online marketing business, I like taking chances. When I signed up for an office space in the iconic St Kilda Road Towers, I did not have a single client. Now we have some big names like Telstra, Dodo, Commonwealth Bank. We have taken businesses to the coveted #1 rank on page 1 of Google.

After the decision to go horse-betting was made, the first hurdle to cross was where do you go from here? Tab outlet is the place to go I was told. I had picked my horse.

What I actually ended up doing was place a Quinella bet. Not bad for starters. I picked 7 horses who I thought would get top spots (there is a lot more to it than just that, of course not as complicated as Google algorithm).

Result “ I tripled my money !!!

It pays to be a risk-taker. You know what I am doing next year betting 10 times as much and my wining will be substantial. Before that happens and I stop taking optimisation projects, I strongly recommend give our office a call and win the race to rankings on search engines.

Anup Batra
Anup Batra
My name's Anup Batra. I'm an engineer with an MBA and fourteen years of experience in web development, Google Adwords and online marketing. I have recently developed a revolutionary system for multi-channel marketing. Get in touch with me to find out more!

2 Comments

  1. lynette sainsbury says:

    Hi There, really enjoyed reading your blog. I didnt win this time at the cup but I agree we should all take some chances. Send me some info about your work

  2. jimsotonna says:

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