Google Search Trends: RV Park vs RV Resort

RV Park Website Advice Google search is the top source for website visitor traffic in the ‘Outdoor Hospitality’ industry–RV parks, resorts, and campgrounds. So it’s important to optimize your website to appear on Google searches when customers are searching! The Google algorithm tallies the wording on your website; the word combinations are how Google calculates where to display your park’s… Read More »

Google Search Challenge: Cabin Rental

Challenges of RV Property Cabin Search on Google About the recent Google update Google did a big update on about March 12 and the web SEO community is all abuzz about it—complaining about losing page rank or cheering an improvement in ranking position on the Google search results pages. You can find more on Google by searching “March 12 Google… Read More »

What Happened to Good Sam Advertising Analytics?

Good Sam’s Websites Are Gone from Google Analytics The RV Camping industry’s media giant, the Good Sam Club, offers a great package of promotional channels which target an active group of RV travel consumers. It’s a huge loyalty group of dedicated RVers who go camping and are sometimes loyal to the Good Sam brand. Every experienced RVer who knows Good… Read More »

Direct Traffic from Reservations Sites

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If your web site has Google Analytics installed, you are able to see a whole lot of valuable information about the people who are visiting the site; where they come from, how they found you, and more. If you don’t have analytics, it’s pretty easy to add on, and is a FREE service. One of the analytics reports that my… Read More »

Bounces Are Sometimes Good

If you have Google’s free service Google Analytics installed on your site, you often see the Bounce Rate statistic. A simple definition of a ‘page bounce’ is a one-page-visit. The user session (page visit) consists of a visit to only one page on your web site. To learn more about how Analytics counts bounces here is a great resource on… Read More »