Idaho Cabin Rentals on Bobzio.com Have Ski, Fishing and Hiking Options Available for OccupantsPR Web
Haley Idabo (PRWEB) July 09, 2012
Riverfront Retreat with view of Big Wood River from every room! This 3,700 sq. ft. secluded luxury 176 riverfront house, located one mile from Gondola, Ski resort has two acres of wilderness at the end of cul-de-sac with private fishing access. This spectacular home is the nicest one in the area. It is both elegant and inviting. It will certainly please guests who are looking for top quality accommodations, offering privacy and space, while located close to Ketchum. The house has four guest rooms, three full bathrooms, and a separate sleeping study. Sleeps up to 12 people comfortably. Each bedroom is fully furnished, with desks, natural rain forest foam beds, 100% natural cotton linens, flat screen TV in the Great Room, and DVD player in Master Bedroom. The entry opens into a large open living area with views of the Big Wood River, wood-burning fireplace, large dining table, extra gaming table, sofas, fully equipped gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and large Mud Room/Laundry Room adjacent to a 2-car garage. Rental Rates vary with season with high rates summer and winter ski season at $650 per night. Visit http://www.bobzio.com to reserve a vacation period or start a lifetime free listing.
Bobzio.com is a co-op of vacation rental owners, home exchanges and area services. Bobzio.com announces free lifetime listings for owners of vacation rentals. A comparable website with thousands of listings will charge up to a $1000 for such perks and listing benefits as bobzio.com offers for no cost.
Each owner will get unlimited photos, video upload, interactive reservation calender, Google map and email contact form. Bobzio.com is only several months old but is growing fast. More users are discovering the advantages of searching for rentals based on activities such as golf, theme parks, scuba diving and any activity imaginable including surfing.
http://www.Bobzio.com being a co-op is owned by the members. The ownership role will be determined when the first 20,000 have joined. There will not be a better time to get in on an opportunity like this that could save up to $1000 each year in subscription costs. The website also offers training on techniques to increase internet marketing exposure for individual listings and tips to get photos and videos to show up in some of the major internet search engines. Jump on board. The sooner the better. To see an example of a free listing visit http://www.bobzio.com/view_property_details.php?title=Cape-San-Blas-Vacation-Rental-Bayrock-2-on-http://www.Bobzio.com--6080-Cape-San-Blas-Rd,-Port-St-Joe,-Florida-&pro_id=25.
Bobzio.com has created several strategic partnerships to assist with marketing and management of Vacation Retnals. Paypros.com, provides credit card and e-check processing. Call Jared to set up an account 800-774-6462 ex 6615.
DirectPlacement.co for help with Search Engine Placement (SEP). Visit DirectPlacement.co and ask about search engine placement (SEP ) for the bobzio.com vacation property listing or home exchange. Adam, the owner, is very knowledgeable about SEP and personable in his approach. There are no long term commitments or contracts to try DirectPlacement.co services.
The second strategic partnership is with Alan Lane, owner of DepositGuard.com. DepositGuard.com makes it possible for the individual owner to accept credit card payments and bank transfer checks. The fees are minimal and paid by the renter. The renter gains the security of an escrow agent safeguarding their rental deposits. A second option is using Dwolla.com. They offer accounts that do electronic payments using the internet and Cell Phones. There service costs 25 cents a transaction. Both DepositGuard.com and Dwolla.com will be common names in the future but now they are getting started just like Bobzio.com.
Here is a link to a YouTube video showing how easy it is to start a listing: http://youtu.be/qOwKNH0c7Gg
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