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Thursday, February 12, 2015

CampCoupons.com is back. Now you can market your camp with coupons!

As some of you may know, I used to run a website called CampCoupons.com where camps could market themselves with coupons and families could search the site to find offers and discounts from camps that appealed to them.

The site was quite popular from 2010 to 2013, with dozens and dozens (and dozens!) of camps listed was a pretty unique concept in summer camp marketing, if I do say so myself. It was basically a "one-stop shop" for folks to discover new and exciting summer camp opportunities and save money on summer camp too.

And camps really enjoyed participating. They got lots of new campers from it. There really was nothing else like it, and there still isn't. But I eventually got involved in other projects and let the website go.


Well, long story short, I'm happy to say the Camp Coupons website is now fully redesigned and ready to go for 2015 and beyond!

So if you're looking for a novel and affordable new way to market your camp and really call attention to yourself in a manner few other camps are doing, I hope you'll consider adding your camp to CampCoupons.com today.  The price is just $99 for one year -- a pretty reasonable sum compared to other online advertising strategies you might pursue and practically nothing compared to the work I'm gonna do on your behalf to promote the site like crazy.

I don't think it'll be too long before the site appears on first page of Google (for some queries it already does), and I'm also planning some serious PR and social media campaigns this spring too. All in all, I'm gonna go nuts marketing the site and those camps who are listed there will really benefit from lots of new customers and prospects. Of course, I can't predict the future, and everyone's results may vary depending on your coupon offer and other factors, but in general I think you'll be happy with your ROI.

Now I am very aware some camps may not be interested in marketing their programs with coupons. But the way I see it, anything you can do to acquire new kids while helping families ease the financial burden of paying for camp is a winning proposition for everyone.

So I hope you'll join me on CampCoupons.com. I've taken down all the old, expired coupons and I'm starting from scratch. My camp's coupon (Aloha Beach Camp) is listed there now, so you can use it as an example of what yours might look like.

Here's another link to the site for your convenience.

Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your consideration!

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