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Old 10-09-2013, 01:38 PM   #15
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There will always be a new kid on the block. I guess it all comes down to who will make a better mouse trap or in this case a better web site.

Thanks for the feed back, I looked at the other site site you recommended. I see first you need to purchase a membership annually and hope that there are enough member host in the area you are going to get your moneys worth.

Good idea but with the online sharing economy shouldn't it just be free to list and free to stay (if that is what the host want to charge) including having all the revues done on both the RVers and the Hosts so there is no surprises, with no membership required. I think that would be better.
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Old 10-09-2013, 05:39 PM   #16
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There will always be a new kid on the block. I guess it all comes down to who will make a better mouse trap or in this case a better web site.

Thanks for the feed back, I looked at the other site site you recommended. I see first you need to purchase a membership annually and hope that there are enough member host in the area you are going to get your moneys worth.

Good idea but with the online sharing economy shouldn't it just be free to list and free to stay (if that is what the host want to charge) including having all the revues done on both the RVers and the Hosts so there is no surprises, with no membership required. I think that would be better.
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I have nothing against any "new guy on the block".
However, it may take years before you get enough camping places listed to make the site worthwhile.
I wish you well in starting the "RVing in your friends yard" website and hope that the effort doesn't turn out to be an "exercise in futility".
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Old 10-09-2013, 09:48 PM   #17
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Thanks again for the feed back. Your are correct about exercise in futility and I do not disagree with you. I guess it is a risk many people take when starting a new business. Nothing ventured nothing gain.

I have really enjoyed reading your comments.
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This is a great idea however(isn't there always a however) the liability issue can be a problem . I live in the sue happy state of California and signed waivers can be over come with a few chosen words like "I really didn't understand what I was signing" or "I was so tired I just signed". How about the dead beat who refuses to leave and now you need to go through the eviction process.

I am sure these issues can be overcome, just make sure you ask the right person the right questions. A lot of lawyers will tell you what you want to hear but won't be around to defend what they say.

No I am not a lawyer, just had a lot of dealings with them.

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