Want to Fill Your Vacancies?
You’re In the Right Place…
The Way Tenants Are Searching Has Changed
RV and MHP tenants aren’t picking up the phone book or a park directory to find their next space. They are picking up their laptop, iPad or smart phone.
They are going to Google, Bing or YouTube to search for your address, hours, available spaces, reviews and even for videos about your park.
How do we know? We specialize in MHP and RV Park marketing and when we ask clients, “How are your new tenants finding you?” they say,
“Almost all our new tenants are coming from web sites, social media sites, advertising and videos you are creating for us.”
Marketing by Someone Who Grew Up In The MHP & RV Park Business
Unlike other marketers competing for your business, we get the MHP and RV Park business because we’ve been in the business…
Send More Leads was founded by a guy born in a mobile home and raised by owner/manager parents and grandparents before he went on to become a successful online marketing expert.
We are also the creators of Mobile Home Park Classroom – the best resource for finding, training and streamlining mobile home park managers.
After realizing how few parks had effective marketing plans, we created Send More Leads to give park managers and owners a one-stop resource for MH and RV Park marketing.
What’s The Best Marketing Plan for Your MH or RV Park?
What will work for your park? It depends on your situation – there’s no such thing as one-size-fits all when it comes to marketing.
The first step to discover what will work for you is to schedule a review of your website. Click here to find out more.
Case Study: How an RV Park Facing High Vacancies Experienced Their Best Year Ever
In early 2011, we worked with a mobile home and RV park just starting to feel the pain of the economic downturn. They were watching their revenues decline and they were losing RV tenants due to new government regulations creating layoffs in the area.
One owner said, “This Internet stuff won’t work.” The other said, “Let’s give it a shot – we can always write it off as advertising.”
Want to know how it turned out?