Get the low down on how to really use the racingpost.com with our FREE – 33 Page Guide
We all feel comfortable with things we are familiar with, however pretty much everything in life is affected by change and betting is no different. In order to continue moving forward we need to adapt and keep abreast of new developments. Over the past few years any one involved with racing in the UK will have used the Racing Post in one form or another, either the actual paper version or the web site. The latter is becoming more and more popular every week, simply because it’s very accessible, being online 24 hrs a day 7 days a week.
Everyone use’s the site in different ways:
- To get free racing tips
- To study form
- To place bets
- To read all the latest betting news
However to make the best of the site you need to know how to navigate your way around properly. Some of you will be familiar with the basics; others will understand more advanced methods to mine important information. Basic functionality and the way all the information is presented on the RP site is pretty much the same as the old one, nonetheless certain aspects including navigation menus have changed. In simple terms pages have been updated and in particular links to certain features have moved.
The whole site has a cleaner look and has been designed to feel more like a software application, which makes it far more interactive than the old one. All the usual information is there, but it’s much easier to digest. There are many new features, for example within the Race Card view you are surrounded by tools, such as… live reporter, which is up to the minute betting intelligence from every race course in the UK, everyday.
One of the biggest advantages of the new site is there are less windows to open. Most of the information is accessible from just one or two windows and there are some excellent new ways to compare runners in a race using the innovative tools. You can literally stack one runners form history on top of another, or even eliminate runners from the page to make assessment neater and quicker. The biggest change to take place in the racing post sites history is the fact that certain features which were previously FREE are now subscription based. These options are covered on pages 5 – 10 of our exclusive FREE guide to the RacingPost.com
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