We’d like to share some cool tips and tricks to maximize your property’s exposure on Wrapal.com. You want to land those bookings, and we want to help!
Your title is important, as it’s one of the first things filmmakers will see. A good title is both descriptive and accurate. As far as your description, be sure to describe your property down to the last detail, including anything that makes it unique or interesting. If you have wind-chimes, put that in! Be sure that your details are accurate, particularly when it comes to number of bedrooms, garage spaces, etc., as it really helps potential filmmakers put themselves in your space.
Filmmakers and photographers tend to be visual, so uploading as many
photos as possible is paramount. Generally, filmmakers want at least one picture of each space within your property, including both interiors and exteriors, keeping in mind good lighting and an emphasis on
aesthetics. Try to get wide shots and avoid posting pictures with low resolution. The first photo in your list will be the featured photo, and the most important one because it will be the first thing people see to make them want to click your listing.
Keywords are central
to the function of search engines, and ours is no exception. The right keywords will maximize the chances of your property coming up in searches, so make them simple and accurate, and type in as many as possible. You can list the type of property, amenities, specific rooms you offer, adjectives, or anything else that makes it stand out. (e.g: office, patio, garden, fountain, view, spacious,
victorian, etc.) Be sure to separate them with commas!
You have the freedom
to set your own price, of course. But every now and then, property
owners wonder what price is fitting. In that case, there are a
couple factors you may need to consider:
- Type of property. Is it residential, business/commercial, or a more unique property? If it’s a business, you will want to recoup the wages you would have lost from shutting
- Type of client. You may want to lower your asking price for parties with very low budgets, such as students. For a typical
residence, you may charge a small studio $750-$1,000, an indie filmmaker $500 and a student filmmaker $400.
Of course, the price will vary greatly depending on the size and unique nature of the residence.
Allowing filmmakers to rate your property is one of the many benefits to booking through Wrapal. A good reputation can garner you trust in the community. If a filmmaker has a positive experience, they may even refer your property to others. Communication is important, so quick responses to inquiries are a great way to gain reputation. When listing your property, make sure to
add email@example.com to your contact list so you don’t miss any messages. For your first booking, you’ll get a bronze star, which upgrades to silver and gold with more bookings.
Need some examples? Check out these great listings:
Now what are you waiting for? Mozy on over to https://wrapal.com/ now and give your property the stardom is deserves!