Selling complementary products or
services that deal with the paranormal
or your ghost hunting interest is
one way for your Group or Ghost Tour
or just plain Paranormally vested
business to make a few bucks.
From your ghost hunting meeting
group or ghost tour company's T-shirts,
hoodies and sweats to actual ghost
hunting equipment that you use. If
that's' not enough consider writing
a book of your adventures or personal
paranormal investigations findings
Believe it or not there is money
to be made with real ghosts more then
just hosting a ghost tour. We all
Know Ghost hunting and paranormal
research investigating is just helping
others (Living or dead). And can be
done in a variety of ways, from literally
showing up to help with confirming
if a place is haunted. To just getting
the persons story and helping them
understand the mechanics of what a
real haunting's and ghosts really
Today, though, insisting that everyone
visit your solitary haunted or paranormal
site seems so passe'. The action is
wherever users make it--on a MySpace
page, in a YouTube video, in their
very own haunted or paranormal blog.
So where does that
leave You In This Haunted World?
Everywhere, if sites like Haunted
America Tours has its way. The company
is stepping up efforts to break out
beyond its own Haunted internet walls.
Indeed, the average Haunted America
Tours visitor today spends nearly
three to four hours a month on the
site--still more than five times what
people spend on smaller group or other
paranormal sites by comparison of
what stat trackers report. My personal
web site gets an average of 10 thousand
new visitors a day. Does yours?
New Content is important and gets
people interested in your site. My
personal rule is update often. try
to put at least a new story a week
on your site to keep it fresh. or
write an article for another sit .
And make it an exclusive for their
haunted web site you know they need
your bio and all pertinent info like
web address all this will lead people
back to your site. but when they get
their think about what they see.
Have you updated your site? Or added
a few new photos of what you believe
to be real ghosts? Or added stories
of your investigations or a article
about the paranormal or real ghost
hunting? Don't you just hate going
to a web site and it's the same info
that's on a thousand other web sites
featuring real ghosts. Or you went
to the site three years ago and it's
all the same info nothing has changed.
Most people just use their sites as
internet paranormal business cards
hoping to be discovered by that and
Ghost hunting itself have few paranormal
investigators that actually charge
for services. A few have popped up
over the years but none have ever
really acquired any great fame or
fortune for weekend ghost hunting.
Lets face it as a full time business
Ghost Hunting sucks unless a network
makes a television program based on
you in particular. Follow up on referrals.
This was ranked as the No. 1 trait
of successful haunted networkers.
If you present an opportunity, whether
it's a simple piece of paranormal
information, a special ghost photo
or a qualified real documentation
of a ghost haunting. Or to someone
who consistently fails to follow up
successfully refer you web site to
others in the field what's it really
Blogs are always someones personal
opinion or statements. And this is
what makes someone respected in the
field of the paranormal is getting
to know the personal side of them.
A paranormal blog can be a persons
best networking tool or a real haunted
nightmare that could come back to
haunt them at a later date. It's no
secret that you'll eventually stop
wasting your time with this web site
a paranormal , your own or others
that just show the same old similar
The Haunted Internet
I really like going to a site that
has evidence that makes me go wow!
Flash is cool but why? Does it make
you cool er to have something like
a great intro with a flash movie and
all you have on your site is a bio
a few links and a few orb photos?
The same goes for blogging your paranormal
encounters and voicing your opinion
on others web sites and findings.
it makes controversy and shows people
who you are and what your beliefs
and understandings are. Yes you can
blog something you find on a website
but give the site credit don't srteal
their photos and articles and make
itas if its all your own.
You probably already have a real
haunted web site of your own if your
read this . If you don' t ... then
get one! But don't cater to the younger
generations visual over stimulated
visuals. be direct to the point and
fill it with pertinent info images
and articles about what your doing.
Internet exposure is the way to make
the world take notice of you and your
adventures in the realm of the supernatural.
But networking through the maze of
haunted web sites to get your noticed
and the attention you deserve is not
Popular haunted web sites are usually
just as only good as it's contributors
or vision in what they present to
the knowing and unknowing public.
On the haunted world wide web their
are more sites with reported genuine
ghost photos and ghost stories that
you might just get lost in the ghost
haunted internet scuffle. Teach adult
Paranormal education on your web site
or other types of info or even classes.
Import or export yours or others'
paranormal info, products and ideas.
A few Paranormal enthusiast and
would be weekend or part time ghost
hunters have become paid speakers
or columnist making a few bucks for
selling their many stories and imparted
wisdom on the subject to newspapers,
magazines and web sites. These lucky
few just happened to be in the right
place at the right time or knew someone.
"Diversifying is an excellent
growth strategy for ghost hunters
and all those in the paranormal field,
as it allows you to have multiple
streams of income and input that can
often fill seasonal voids that tend
to happen with many ghost tour owners
and, of course, increase their better
time of the year exposure.,"
says Lisa Lee Harp Waugh, who diversified
from an paranormal candle business
to speaking, writing and publishing
and painting things associated with
her passion for Necromancy.
Target other Haunted markets. Your
current haunted venue is serving you
well. Are there others? "You
bet." "My other age or group
markets are what make money for me,"
says Waugh. "Paranormal Electronic
equipment sales and books and ghost
hunting videos and promoting and going
ghost hunting with groups on private
ghost tours." " It's all
States Waugh. " And so few capitalize
"If your Paranormal Ghost Tour
market only targeted teenagers to
college students, think about where
these people spend most of their time,"
says Waugh. "Could you introduce
your Paranormal interest and wisdom
of the haunted tour business to schools,
clubs or colleges? You could offer
discounts to special-interest clubs
or donate part of your profits to
schools and associations." These
thing get you noticed by the general
public." " And they can
pull you through the slow part of
From the old to the young target
them all. And of course let your imagination
and the many haunted paranormal beliefs
in your life take you where you need
Then take your haunted business to
the specific people that want it.
Gina’s paranormal studies stem
from several childhood experiences
with the unknown including witnessing
full body apparitions and clairaudient
encounters with deceased relatives.
These experiences continued beyond
childhood and this is when Gina resolved
to learn as much as possible about
psychic and paranormal phenomenon
to determine what, exactly, was making
contact with her and with others who
claimed to have been contacted from
the Other Side.
Gina owns and operates a construction
and refurbishment company in the Greater
New Orleans area and this has afforded
her exposure to many allegedly haunted
locations and people over the years;
several of these clients welcomed
Gina’s expertise and insight
when it came to documenting and investigating
their haunted homes and businesses.
Gina Lanier has been selected by
Haunted America Tours as one of the
lead investigators for its soon-to-be-launched
Haunted Investigations Team (HIT).
If you would like to contact Gina,
please submit your request and as
much information as possible about
your situation to her care of her
web site www.ginalanier.com.
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The Real Haunted
Hotels In America
Hotels, like airlines, overbook
reservations because they know that
not everyone is going to show up.
But some of their inventory goes
to third-party travel sites like
which contract with hotels ahead
of time to sell a preset block of
Book your haunted
Montgomery - Tutwiler Hotel
Skagway - Golden North Hotel
Eureka Springs - Crescent Hotel
Flagstaff - Monte Vista Hotel
Douglas - Gadsden Hotel
Phoenix - Hotel San Carlos
Prescott - Hotel Vendome; Hassayampa
Scottsdale - The Hermosa Inn
Carmel-by-the-Sea - La Playa Hotel
Coloma - Sierra Nevada House
Coronado - Hotel del Coronado
Grass Valley - Holbrooke Hotel
Groveland - Groveland Hotel
Healdsburg - Madrona Manor
Hollywood - Hollywood Roosevelt
La Jolla - Grande Colonial Hotel
Long Beach - Queen Mary Hotel
Mendocino - Mendocino Hotel and
Napa - Napa River Inn
San Jose - Hyatt Hotel St. Claire
Mendocino's Sea Rock Inn
San Luis Obispo - Paso Robles Inn
Santa Monica - Georgian Hotel
Ventura - Pierpont Inn
Denver - Brown Palace Hotel
Estes Park - Stanley Hotel
Griswald - Homespun Farm
New London - Lighthouse Inn
St. Augustine - Casa de la Paz
Tampa/St. Petersburg - Don Cesar
Beach Resort and Spa
Augusta - The Partridge Inn
Jekyll Island - Jekyll Island Club
St. Charles - Hotel Baker
Bentonsport - Mason House Inn
New Orleans - 1891 Castle Inn; Hotel
Maison de Ville; Le Pavilion; Delta
St. Francisville - Myrtles Plantation
Boston - The Omni Parker House
Salem - The Hawthorne Hotel
Marquette - The Landmark Inn
Natchez - Monmouth Plantation
Bolton Landing - The Sagamore
Grand Island - Holiday Inn
Asheville - Grove Park Inn Resort
Chapel Hill - Carolina Inn
Cincinnati - Hilton Cincinnati Netherland
Portland - The Heathman Hotel
Bethlehem - Hotel Bethlehem
Gettysburg - Farnsworth House Inn
San Antonio - Menger Hotel
Galvez Hotel - Galveston
Manchester Village - The Equinox
San Juan Islands - Rosario Resort
Omni Shoreham Hotel; Hay-Adams Hotel;
Renaissance Mayflower Hotel
Fond du Lac - Ramada Plaza Hotel
Milwaukee - Pfister Hotel
Casper - Ivy House Inn
Cheyenne - The Plains Hotel
Jackon Hole - The Wort Hotel