Mission Beach Hotels and Vacation Rental Go On YouTube Videos
Hotels in Mission Beach and Pacific Beach San Diego are finding out about the power of YouTube videos to help increase exposure and provide more information for visitors coming into the San Diego area.
Mission Beach Blogs, a local San Diego based hotel reservation website, has seen an increase in traffic and reservations since offering guests a youtube.com video for some of the featured hotels in the area.
“We have seen YouTube as a way to get extra exposure from a source outside our website in addition to providing more information for guests coming into the area”, said Mark Fitzgerald, the marketing director for the website based company. “Unlike many larger reservation services, we are local and provide information that companies outside the area cannot.”
Mission Beach Blogs.com is not alone, many other industries are realizing that YouTube can provide video resources for home buyers, vacation rentals and even long term rentals.
“The number of rental and real estate listings is starting to grow and within 5 years we expect that the numbers could hit nearly one million”, said Fitzgerald.
Mission Beach Blogs has already seen a large increase in real estate listings and vacation rentals and they are getting ready to distribute that content to end users visiting the website.
We feel that this is the wave of the future and we are getting ready to
incorporate that into our business model.
Mission Beach Blogs is one of a handful of websites in the San Diego area that are getting ready for the new trend of video and are trying to incorporate as much video content as possible.
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