Internet Marketing Randolph MA
Internet Prospecting Increases Mfd Housing Closings
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Promoting your mobile home park with Internet video.
Here is a great example of what you can do with video to draw prospective tenants towards your mobile home park. Send us a video of your MH park. If you already have a video send it to us and we will share it with our subscribers and the world by posting on MHWeekly.com --OR-- Take as much raw footage as you can stand to gatherer and we can add sound and special effects, make it into a great web presentation and post it here, on MHWeekly your company web site and YouTube for you. For directions on sending videos send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 352-288-2328. Ask us for a quote to come to your park and handle the entire production.
Effectively Marketing Your Rentals With Photographs
| Effectively Marketing Your Rentals With Photographs|
Sun 01/31/10 10:51:21 pm
by Dave Fitzpatrick
Back in the "good old days", one could simply run a very basic three line, 3-day rental ad in the local paper and expect to receive more than enough leads to get that rental occupied. No need to include photos of the rental either. Those good old days weren't that long ago - as recent as five years ago. Huge technological advances, especially as it relates to data storage and data transfer rates, have lead to an explosion of rental listing resources on the Internet that allow one the ability to post very detailed rental ads much more detailed in fact, than the basic summarized description you'd find with the more traditional newspaper ad. In addition, most rental posting sites provide capabilities for the user to post several photo's (and even floor plans), of their rentals. These tech advances have had the added affect of killing off newspaper readership as more and more of the population migrates to the Internet to get their "newspaper fix". In addition, you have a renter demographic (the bulk of which is in the 20-40 age group), that expects to receive their information immediately. This age group has been brought up in the information age and wants to quickly make decisions. Thus the importance of photographs. Put yourself in the shoes of a renter for a moment. Let's assume you're perusing through a bunch of Internet rental ads. You come across a rental listing that has absolutely no photographs with the ad. The next listing happens to have 10 pictures of the property included in the listing. You continue to click through ad after ad. Now think about it, how interested are you really going to be in those ads that have absolutely no photos associated with them? Especially when you now have a bevy of listings that include pictures with their listing. Get the picture? Not only is the 20-40 demographic quick in their decision-making, they're also very visual. Before taking any pictures of your rental, take the time to make sure that it's been cleaned up in such a manner as to provide pleasing-looking photographs. For interior photo's, put away any clutter and turn on all lights. If you happen to have any units that are already occupied with tidy and clean-living tenants, why not offer one of them a rental discount or gift card for allowing you to come in and take pictures of their furnished place? Photos of furnished units are much more pleasing to the eye than those of vacant places. On the exterior, be sure and mow and trim any overgrowth to provide the appearance of a nicely maintained property. If your photo's are of an overgrown, run-down property, you'll end up getting what you're advertising junk! Now that you've prepped your place, what type of pictures should you associate with your Internet rental listing? It's always a good idea to have at least one photo of the exterior of the property. Obviously you'll want...