Property Booking Software – Vacation Rental by TemplaticBooking Module
Building a website for your vacation rental home or cottage is probably is not hard. For those who want something plain with no pictures, you can just create a basic html page or list your property on a communal website like Craigslist or Kijiji. But those sites don’t really showcase your property. That’s why I recommend this Vacation Rentaltheme. Vacation Rental is packed full of features including an online Booking Module, Availability Calendar, Photos, and more.
here to see more details about Vacation Rental.is easy to use, the theme is easy to install. You will have your website up in 5 minutes. The cost? It will also cost you less than $100 to get your website started. See below the costs involved. Click
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Cost to Build a Website for your Vacation Home or Cottage:
1. $56/year for Webhosting. You need to purchase a domain name to start a website. That’s why I recommend Fatcow.com. With Fatcow.com you get webhosting plus a free domain name. Fatcow.com also offers unlimited storage, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited SQL databases, host unlimited domains.
3. $65 for. This is a one time fee to purchase Vacation Rental . There are no membership fees, no hidden fees, and no subscription fees. Once you purchase the Theme it totally belongs to you.
4. -$150 in Advertising Credits. With Fatcow.com they give you free Advertising credits to promote your website on respective search engines. Fatcow.com gives you $75 in Google Adword credits, $50 Facebook Ad credits, and $25 in Yahoo/Bing Adcenter credits.
So if you add up all the costs together, to startup your Vacation Rental website it will cost you
Webhosting + WordPress += $121
If you combine that startup cost with the free advertising credits you receive from Fatcow.com, your startup cost will be:
Startup cost + Advertising credits = -$29.
So basically it will cost you nothing to create a website for your vacation rental home or cottage. I think this is a great deal.