In This Issue:  RVT Insight Newsletter - October 2009

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     TRAFFIC (RVT Network, September 2009)*
RVS SOLD : 426
SITE VISITS: 425,000

AD VIEWS: 2.1 Million
RV LISTINGS: 32,000 +

*Compiled using Google and Urchin Analytics. Results from August 29 - September 28, 2009.
1 2006 Gulf Stream Conquest Super C
2 2007 Safari Simba
3 2002 Winnebago 34 mfb
4 2006 Monaco 2006 Monaco Diplomat 40PRQ 4 slide Diesel Pusher
5 2005 Four Winds Windsport
6 2000 Itasca Sunrise 32T
7 2001 Sunseeker LE Forest River
8 2005 Newmar Kountry Star 3910 4 Slide
9 2008 Coachmen Freelander - 2130QB
10 2007 Monaco Monarch SVE
    Negotiating Price

Setting the listing price is a critical decision when selling your RV online. You want to price your RV competitively enough to draw maximum traffic from serious buyers while ensuring that your RV sells for the highest price. Pricing your RV too high discourages potential buyers, driving them in search of better deals. Pricing your RV too low limits potential profit, drawing bargain hunters without the resources to close the deal.

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    RVers Find it Easy to
    Stay Connected on the Road


WiFi, the Internet, smart phones - modern technology makes it easy to stay connected to family, friends and business associates when you're on the road trekking across country in your RV.  With more folks choosing to live and work from their RVs, staying connected has become such an essential element of RV living that many 2010 RV models come fully wired for easy hookup.  Some even feature special recharging stations with plug-in ports for all your electronics.  Even weekend RVers are embracing the plugged-in lifestyle for the opportunity to share travel memories and photos with scattered friends and family via Facebook, blogs, online scrapbooks, digital photo sites and Twitter.  And let's not forget the safety factor cell phones and GPS have added to RV travel.

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"I tried the free web sites and posting flyers but I really didn't receive any creditable inquiries until I listed my RV on  In addition to getting results, your web site was easy to use and I recommend it."

          - R. Barr from New Mexico, September 6

"Thanks a lot for your help in selling my Airstream.  It took less than thirty-six hours to find a perfect match."

          - M. Narisi from Arkansas, September 14

"( allowed us to market our RV unit on a national level, resulting in a sale in the first three weeks. Thank you."

          - J. Jackson from South Dakota, September 13

"I had twenty inquiries over a period of three months for the coach for a high end coach.  One of the latter inquiries bought the coach for near my asking price.  For the price, I am more than satisfied with the results in this difficult economy!"

          - J. Vickman from Minnesota, September 23


Our security system is constantly being upgraded for your protection, however, please note the following alerts:

!!Prices that seem too good to be true usually are.

!!Refuse any deal in which a buyer, usually claiming to be from overseas, is acting on behalf of a "client" and requests you to send an amount ABOVE your selling price.

!!When using an Escrow Service, only use trusted providers such as Type in the Escrow Provider's site URL DIRECTLY into your web browser and DO NOT TRUST LINKS SENT IN EMAIL INQUIRIES, they may lead to a spoof web site.

!!Refuse any arrangement in which the 'buyer' requests an inspection of your RV, at YOUR expense.  Some scam attempts using the following company names: Helping Hands Ministry, Easy Go Auto, Your Auto Brokers.

Please visit our web site for more information on fraud prevention. If in doubt or to report a suspicious ad, please contact our support office at 1-800-677-4484 or email us at

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