Can today’s video help you offset the new HomeAway fees?
Can it help you create a vacation rental offer that separates your property from all the others who aren’t using this?
Will this $3 marketing resource make you thousands in additional booking income?
Does this marketing technique dramatically increase the interest travelers have in renting from you?
Only if you use it…
This is the 3rd video I’ve created designed to help you get more travelers interested in booking your vacation rental, instead of your competitors.
To bring you up to speed, the first video I shared with you was 1 Weird Trick For Meatier Vacation Rental Marketing (Video). In that blog I demonstrated (with bologna) how your marketing is missing “meat.”
The second was How To Create Delicious Vacation Rental Websites AND Marketing (Video). I shared in that segment the two-hundred billion dollar travel sector owners AND managers are not taking full advantage of.
In the video I’m sharing now, I help you tie in the message of the two previous videos and I share one super-cheap way to make your vacation home irresistible to travelers.
Vacation rental owners have shared with me, that the new HomeAway and VRBO traveler fees are affecting their businesses. Owners have shared that travelers are changing their buying behaviors.
One owner of a luxury property shared, that her price is now more than travelers are wanting to spend, due to the new HomeAway booking fee.
In an effort to offset the new VRBO and HomeAway traveler booking fee, owners and managers are lowering their rates. Have you? I think this trend is a cause for concern, don’t you?
What if there was another way to offset the new HomeAway booking fees without you having to deeply discount your rentals?
I hope that today’s video will help ignite ideas on how you can not just offset VRBO booking fees but increase your rental’s value and ultimately increase your bookings.
Did you like the video? What did you think of the technique? Can this vacation rental marketing tool help you offset bookings fees?
Can it help you raise value and maybe even your rental rates?
Tell me… I’m all ears!