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If you are a Louisiana landowner of undeveloped land, you may want to consider offering Louisiana hunting leases as a way of increasing your yearly income. Hunters the world over are actively seeking lands on which to hunt and they are willing to pay for this privilege. But how do you go about doing this? How can you get the word out about your offering without expending a lot of time, money, and energy?
The best answer to those questions is to use the power of the Internet. The web can be your venue to reaching those individuals who would be most interested in what you have to offer. It is fast, easy, and very affordable.
The two main issues that you need to think about before posting your offering are:
• What to say in the offering
• Where to say it
In the "What to say" category, you want to share as many details as possible with the hunters. Tell them the size of the plots that you are offering, the type of game that is available on the land, the number of days you are willing to lease out, the cost per day or per event, the maximum number of people allowed in a party, and any other information that you feel they will need in order to make an informed decision.
Give them accurate contact information so they can get back to you with questions and reservations. If you have testimonials from past hunters share that as well. Make it easy for the hunter to choose you, and you will be amazed at how many hits you get in return.
In the "Where to say it" category, you have a few options, all of which are good. The first is to post your Louisiana hunting leases information on the websites that are devoted to that type of posting. You may have to pay a small fee for this, but many of these are free. The second is to post your Louisiana hunting leases information in the many forums that hunters visit on a daily basis. These are usually free and they are a fantastic way to get the word out fast and easy.
The third option is to set up your own website with the information that you want to share about your Louisiana hunting leases. Of the three options, this one takes the most time, effort, and money but can pay off big if you design it right.
You can find just about everything that you need to post a quality advertisement about your Louisiana hunting leases by doing a simple online search. The amount of information available on these topics is impressive and much of it is free to use. This is a great way to increase your income through Louisiana hunting leases.
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