10 Things You Can Do TODAY As an Airbnb Host In 2019

By | November 19, 2019

I’m giving you ten things that you can do
right now as an airbnb host in 2019, let’s jump right in.
so i hope that 2019 is your best year ever if you haven’t started your Airbnb journey
i hope this is the year that you do so, and if you are hosting already i hope that in 2019 you
take it to next level and the ten things you can do today to be a better airbnb host im
going to give you in order to help facilitate that now let me say that these things are
all free and easy things that you literally can start doing today im not going to tell
you to go buy a website or to pay someone to make your logo or to buy stationary and
put that logo on a pencil and i’m not telling you go hire
a branding consultant and pick out a color palette and pay for some software to choose
a color palatte for you because there is a free app for that too, all the stuff and giving
you is from my personal experience in some of these things should not be free. before
these ten things i’m giving away something else for free, im giving away free consultation
now im not going to put the link below because a lot of you seen it already but a lot of
you know that i charge real estate investors four hundred dollars an hour to talk on the
phone well i’m going to give one of you a free thirty minute phone call to talk about
your current Airbnb business or for future business and heres what you have to do to
win. first if youre not already a subscriber to this channel i need you to subscribe and
like this video then with this video please share to any avenues of your social media,
copy the link for that social media share and post in the comments below i will choose
one of these comments as winner in two weeks announce the winner in a couple weeks, easy
yes? so without further ado let’s get into the ten things that you can do today as an
airbnb host in 2019. number one up your customer service game by studying Disey’s business
customer service experience I had a talk with my leadership team about messages that somebody
on my team sending guest what they would take a check in early, then the team member on
my side said unfortunately we are extremely busy we have to stick to our current checkin
time. thats not good enough but what you can do is you can do what disney does and you
don’t have time to read all disneys rhetoric let me dive you the skinny. you want to highlight
the positives of any situation you really want go for magic at all possible, for of
whenever possible and to the way you would do this for example with this message when
somebody wants an early check in and you can’t really accommodate you’ss say: though IT may
take up until three pm (which is a normal check in time) though it may take up until
three pm, to ensure that your place is marvelous when you arrive if our cleaners are done ahead
of schedule i will certainly let you know as soon as i know, this is something i can
do for you this is a positive if it’s possible i’m going to let you know, and then somebody
might ask when so what should i would say well, feel free to book and let’s communicate
the day of your arrival and I’ll let you know how early you can come in. If the person is
checking in that day anjd theyre already booked you don’t have to sell it, you’ll say thank
you once again for booking, keep in touch with me some time afternoon and i will let
you know how soon we can let you in. something like that but focus on the positives even
though IT may be a long shot you still want to let the guest know the constantly trying
to do something for them , that’s the disney experience number 2 up your leadership game
by reading the books multiplier which I already told you about, and download this free book
alright i am going to link a free book at the bottom is called enchantment by guy kawasaki
he used to work for apple and this is a wonderful book because the things that it will teach
you will trickle down to your team It’ simportant that you lead by example and that you create
the right culture as a leader in your organization which will encourage your team to do a good
job with your guests you take care of your team they take care of your guests, you know,
it passes through. If you haven’t read Multipliers yet do sootherwise also down below is a link
and that way you can download this ebook and have that one continue your growth as leader
three: progressive here if you’re not yet a super host i want you to make a new account
and want to take your best few accounts, your best listings i want you to move them into
that separate account, some of your listings may not be getting super host like ratings
because the checkin process is just not is not possible to be super super streamlined
like maybe somebody has to pick up the keys at a different place, or maybe the building
is a little bit old and maybe you do a five star job. somebody is like ahh its a three
star building ok so keep those in your old accounting move your best listings to a new
account so that accounting is super host status that we some of your listing can get on airbnb
plus ok? compartmentalize your listings based on quality, easy right do it. , 4: hire a
dedicated housekeeper and if you can not afford the to pay fulltime by the hour because they
will get enough work for you to go on a facebook forums find other air bnb hosts and ask them
if they would like to collectively hire housekeeper or two together ok and you will collectively
manage as a group of hosts a full time employee or 2 okay? youre going to contract them in
this case. this way you can be more competitive because a large part of our business model
is being price competitive and then staying solvent at lower cost because there will come
times when you have to drop your price to get a booking, if you are afraid to drop the
price below lets say seventy dollars because your cleaning fee sixty or eighty or something
crazy then you will get zero dollars for that night because your costs are too high if you
could pay somebody by the hour say 12 or 13 dollars an our or 10, depending on your market,
whatever the competitive rate is for a cleaner you can get the cleaning done for fifteen
to thirty dollars instead right? that allows you to drop your rate when you have too. you’ll
also be more profitable in instantly every single reservation you have will have thirty
to fifty dollars more probability hypothetically because this type of price drop this allows
you to do more things that other hosts cannot so if you cannot afford one on your own find
other hosts together and do it, okay? five, raise your nightly rates above the market
average. so a couple reasons why you want to do this first off you want to be able raise
rates to prevent single night booking to do custom night discounts to do three to four
nights seven nights that way your booking are more than one day long. you will fill
up your calendar with less reservations this way you still get your same nightly rates
but you won’t have somebody book the fourteenth of the month and then screw up your whole
month you want to prioritize that 10 day booking, because that way so you need less overall
demand in order to fill up your supply. or eat up your supply, your supply is your thirty
or thirty one day calendar. If you could get that booked with one reservation thats way
easier for your business so try to get that book in four or five or six reservations instead
of having to have twenty, right? sp that’s why you raise your nightly rate up and try
to do custom nightly discounts initially, or, additionally you can raise rates is a
little bit to incorporate a incentives like youre marking it up to marking it down a lot
of department stores do this so you can actually mark rates up a little bit,
and you can leave in your description “just ask for a ten percent discount” or a we give
a ten percent military discount or some other form of specialized discount that makes subsection
of people, feel like their special or you do a limited time offer for february march
only we’re going to do this discount. a couple years ago i did this winter rate in houston
and the properties that i did this winter discount rate on performed better even though
i raised the rates a little bit to optimize cost effective i did specialize rate discounts,
or the special seasonal discount cused my properties to be more profitable. so mark
it up so you can mark down. 6: watch all of my pricing strategy videos i will be doing
another video which i recorded on christmas , but I sit here and talk to you just like
this and it was forty minutes long of pricing advice so its coming soon and there are some
new things but still plenty in my old pricing videos that you do not need to pay for a service
to give you dynamic pricing ,yes there are services that do this and will automate your
stuff like wheelhouse will give you pricing advice for free they just wont automate it
for you know i pay for staff to do all of our pricing adjustments because we have staff
already why not just bundle it all together right, instead of paying a percentage for
bookings we have this human labor do it ok? now we don’t also rely on wheelhouse though
and the 50 properties we have for the last four years we’ve built our business doing
it by eye. So we take a look at our portfolio how its performing we take a look at our market
, learn about our market and price nuances of our market and we took a look at the market
trends on Airbnb and it says ” you should price at point or this point” will be above
those market trends are done via market watch indicators what we feel like we should be
and sometimes will even be below IT where we feel like we should be so we’re doing this
based on how we are doing as a business compared to the market in airbnbs data is helping a
kind of guide our path but long story short we’ve never used a dynamic pricing model to
run a business and, i think i’m one of the most successful airbnb hosts you know, right?
because you don’t need to pay somebody for this is my point 7: write a communication
flow chart for your team so if you watched a previous video which you should absolutely
watch “4 messages you should be sending every guest” this essentially is a flow of how your
conversation should go with guests. every single guest that books will get a welcome
message from you of course right for every single guest after their check-out will get
lessons or think you request message before you send them review writes the case falls
messages in the middle will be based on how long the stay is so what i want you to do
is i want you to map out a flow of the person staying for one day, you have messages go
if that the person is staying for a week heres how the messages go if the person is booking
last minute heres a flow chart for that put into a global document and share with your
teams that we’ve seen when the communicating with guests and train them on this consistency
your new businesses running like clockwork its operations ok still less mistakes sweet
and sticky cost money,we all know that rice state speaking of double drive i want to make
a document and want you to make a bio page for a,IT is you can have all the building
is right and have all the addresses for the building into the part numbers many heavy
the file number for me is that building a file number for the property manager useful
number for local emergency line,who who the electric provider is akin to use spectrum
or contact with your skin to provide a watery account numbers for those where the file number
to call those people, was checking instructions for the safe what are the photos that are
in checking die system is on the document they can work with somebodywho’son airlie
beach platform and can walk them through you put this all on double dry document,even put
the frequently asked questions for rebuilding right and the answers to those questions are
also cautionary notes if the feeling is super strict about a couple things that valley trash
or something like that with those in the notes right thumb you cannot keep what brand of
TV is in there so sadly does lose a remote,you say what you have said before bronte is ityou’reno
friend indeed is any tell the cleaner hey we in a new video remote or renewed new sense
of remoteness apartment number you should have is remote in inventory,so when this last
guru told you that you need that making mistakes absolutely the hardy submitting states welcomes
a lost remote city after most inhibitory you should keep records CD in inventory by the
white people feel of this self keeps all the different notes in the angle drive for each
separate unit that you have indeed have the lease term is that with its own becomes a
new organization a need to train there,your business is all right there for nine take
better photos of your property hands down mega important six out of every ten guests
that are booking properties the first thing that they do,they sweat through your camera
roll or other year you follow real and self this type of behavior is exactly the thingthat’simportant
to respond to your photos or sixty percent,at the time the only thing that matters to do
a potential person soi’mgoing to do another video that hath had take quality photos with
smart phone anddoesn’thave to be a good smart phone is can require little software adams
if i can find free software for you to do IT and foster,the photos now go back to older
listings with a clean right hopefully set up these photos like this listens while go,
take a look at them go to a really like this photo right after pressed he like his photos
when you thinkit’smodel feedback on in and change this up so you space,don’thave to be
hyper unique is good to be novel but at the end of the day people are really looking for
qualitythat’sreally whatthey’relooking for you can do event marketing of this place is
unique but quality is the cornerstone and something you can do today is take better
photos clean the floor,fritch take better photos get after, ten, make some friends make
friends with air being the health i want you to sit down inviting the coffee i want to
get on peaceful find other in the house i want to learn from him how to teach this the
same as what you build a local community health,also help you if you have a reservation need to
get moving change they can help you re accommodate the guests field cancellation and finally
got to be something bad happens but for everybody has a strength so you will have different
strengths and other air b b health and you can finally connect somebody other than just
myself somebody at you in your city at your local level who talked to over lunch about
what just happened in yesterday with a guest in some crazy situation that happens, that’sso
valuable i really cherish those of you that is the top view on regular basis because some
of you reach out to me on face book set in the automated every seven conversations and
sometimes in response action after the magazine you guys understand but am i really do feel
like i learn a lot from a lot of you out there for exam not the boss,if the guy swiss proper
self sticky sending to him right now i wish you all the success that analyzing they keep
watching reviewed automated much love andi’llsee you in two thousand nineteen,on the other

100 thoughts on “10 Things You Can Do TODAY As an Airbnb Host In 2019

  1. Khary Dixon Post author

    Great info bro! Sidebar- The muting in between words sounds a bit strange

  2. dustovshio Post author

    what I usually do is tell them I'll be cleaning it but they can still come and stay in the waiting area and about half the time they decide they don't want to be there when we are there but sometimes they decide they don't care if we are there cleaning.

  3. Neil W Post author


  4. Neil W Post author

    Hey Sean, make sure you let us know about what happened in the airbnb resolutions you talked about 2 videos ago!!

  5. Özgür KINAV Post author

    Hi, do you have any ideas or tips for people who the countries are forbidden by make a busines on Airbnb ? I just started a good job and grow up in Airbnb until i got a lot complains and police come . Thank you

  6. VinYan Leo Post author

    Here’s an update for our sharing of this video as well…

    My husband and I have recently started watching Sean. We have learned a lot, incorporated several things into our business and really would like to continue moving forward with you Sean, as a trusted advisor. Thank you for all the time you put into making this a great channel and helping to make others great hosts.

  7. John Zuercher Post author

    Hey Sean! How do you set custom length of stay discounts (2 night, 3 night etc)? Looks like you can only do weekly or monthly.

  8. Mai Erne Post author

    Thank you Sean!

  9. Bryce Palmer Post author

    I love your videos and I have a duplex renting as a long term rental. I also am preparing a home for Airbnb 5 bed 3 bath. I would love chat!

  10. Woodworking Blues Post author

    More great info. I took notes and need to get busy! Thanks a million! Jay

  11. Jeff Martin Post author

    Hi Sean, how do we transfer a listing from one account to another as you mentioned here?

  12. slev12397 Post author

    Hey Sean,
    Would love to speak with you. I think you'll find my Airbnb business quite unique

  13. Ashley Connors Post author


    I watch you faithfully and I'm actually starting up our business in April. Would love to win time with you. Huge fan. Liked. Subscribed.

  14. David Ariño Post author

    Really helpful content! What PMS do you use to manage all your properties? Thanks in advance!

  15. Anastasiya Anders Post author

    My God. What a valuable info! Thank a lot! You look great and the kitchen furniture behind is very stylish 👍

  16. Lucas Colombo Post author

    Hi everyone! I work as a Property Manager for an agency in Barcelona, Spain. We own more than 80 apartments, I am Booking Manager, in charge of dynamic pricing and booking deviation/confirmation.
    I would like to offer my services and advice everyone that needs.
    I would like to increase my client portfolio as well.
    Keep up the videos!

  17. Zachary Irwin Post author

    Love all the quality content you provide! Please keep it up!

  18. SAM GHAREEBO Post author

    Been following for sometime now, thank you for all you do! I'm over 90% booked now for the last 12 months with one unit and hope start 3 more units this year. I shared this video here the link on FB: https://www.facebook.com/1633323114/posts/10216279276487908/

  19. Cesar Amaya Post author

    Please give me a free consultancy https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006687256330&__tn__=%2CdlC-R-R&eid=ARAQa7DHSUa9ituKU3tk1L1H3QtHPM9P-lEt9Fnn8nMnFk4-41gt4_i-50tz76cpEH0zWlfku-dDH-KY&hc_ref=ARQ16C8bX0H2Li8VFdNLBqOsqQnTz4nCdg0Gc_kStsBZj3zxIhtPbVoI8S0tNFcdH1I

  20. K A Post author

    Hi Sean, thank you for great video. Question: would it be good idea to tax this business as a passive income LLC? It is still the rental, right?

  21. funmiester Post author

    Sean – 1of 2 comments: I have been a long time sub of yours and I own 2 vacation condos in the beautiful resort town of Mammoth Lakes CA. I live in Los Angeles which is almost 300 miles from Mammoth Lakes. I also own a traditional long-term rental close to home. I have NEVER considered your Rental Arbitrage method but have watched your videos due to your great TIP$ and great BUSINE$$ acumen. You have made $$$ for me. I have been getting ready to purchase a third vacation property rental but you have changed my mind. After seeing your very awesome Graham Stephan video – I have finally seen the light!! It makes complete sense and I know that I can talk a property owner into making a deal. Your poignant points on why it makes sense will be my main talking points. PLEASE SEE COMMENT #2

  22. Vicomte de Valmont Post author

    Sean, I'm with you 90% of the time. One thing I've discovered is that the longer a guest stays the less enchanted they are about the experience. The long-term guests start thinking as a tenant and not a guest. All guest problems I've encountered have been by guests staying 10+ days. I have tested your pricing strategy for 9 months targeting long-term guests as the A part of an A/B split test with success, I'm now on the B part of my test with a dynamic pricing service, so far so good in the cash flow department with an average stay of 5.5 days. I will post the final result when my test is done. Last points: Utilities are less with shorter terms guests, maintenance is easier, there is not much cooking going, no one thinks they have any tenant's rights, and the properties are left much cleaner.

  23. Luis Carreon Post author

    Great video! How do travellers gain access to a multifamily unit that you have leased? Keypad on the door, keys with leasing office, lock box?

  24. Amanda McDade Post author

    Would like that free call, your a great business person

  25. Online Games Kingdom Post author

    There was no need to bad mouth Richard and his methods.

  26. karen w Post author

    Shame on you for suggesting a cleaner should get some lowball pay. Those people break their butts for you.

  27. Melinda Wolfe Post author

    Hi Sean, just tried the link and got a form to provide my email, name, location but the link for the book never surfaced. Is it just me?

  28. Richard Deal Post author

    love the ideas: https://twitter.com/ButchDeal/status/1085261285745405952

  29. Cevad J. Harper Post author


  30. Cindy McPhee Post author

    Hi Sean, I tried to get a new account and the listings get shut down by trust and safety. I made 90k last year but what is triggering a new profile as a trust issue? Same phone? same photos?

  31. Anh Ha Post author

    Love your content. Really learning a lot! Shared on FB, liked and subscribed!

  32. Jeffrey Fiddes Post author

    Can you please give the contact details of the RE agent you deal with in Dallas, TX ?

  33. Flo M. Post author

    Hey Sean, do you have any idea on how to advertise a Airbnb listing on the Internet? Maybe Facebook marketing or instagram will help to increase bookings!

  34. Jennifer Kannapel Post author

    🙂 You and Richard do so many Point Counter Points – Have you two met? Seems like you should. Totally enjoy your great info but also beleive it is time for me to start in the branding direction.
    Do you have a link for hiring a virtual assistant? I don't have any idea where to even begin a search for that and would prefer a recommendation. Thanks again and hope you have a fantastic 2019!

  35. D3 fan page Post author

    Great tips and advice for this air bnb management buisness, FANTASTIC JOB👍🏾

  36. David Pence Post author

    Do you know about the upcoming STR regulations in the Arlington TX area? Should we be concerned if we are thinking if investing in a property in Arlington?

  37. Eric Villarreal Del Angel Post author

    What if my in my area there’s only cheap airbnb prices because the host are the owners of the place, how can I compete with that with out owning a property? If I rent a place to Airbnb it, I would have to charge way more than the competition.

  38. Phillip M Post author

    You Rock!

  39. Douglas Clarke Post author

    Hi Sean, i love this. Really cool idea. i've been looking into it for Vancouver BC Canada and they just passed some bylaws that might stop this from working. Here's a link https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/vancouver-s-short-term-rental-bylaws-take-effect-april-19-1.4614330
    Is there a way around this or does this method still work?

  40. Don Burns Post author

    As an Airbnb host of a two-bedroom rental space, my problem is the Airbnb online booking site charges per-guest and not per-bedroom. I live full-time in the same house in the third bedroom. I charge $100 per-bedroom nightly. Airbnb will charge my customers $100 for two guests, $200 for three guests and $300 for four guests who use both bedrooms each night. I must refund $100 when four people want two bedrooms in my house. Why can't Airbnb have an online booking system, as in most motels/hotels? I have contacted Airbnb many times about this, but they only suggest I must set-up two Airbnb accounts for my two guest bedrooms.

  41. Max's Brandy Review Post author

    Great job cannibalizing our business. My property had 4 Airbnb’s when I started, now it has 150. How does the saying go…. those who can’t do anymore teach? Thanks

  42. Laura Bolieu Post author

    Why have I just found you??? Binge watching these videos. Great info for my beach vacation rental.

  43. C Alex Post author

    Um, I am different. My principle of response is succinct and respectful. As a guest the last thing I want to hear is polite lengthy bullshit. So no, I keep my response really short but respectful, no ambiguity.

  44. Dan Gray Post author

    I like your videos but why do think anyone wants to watch you drink?

  45. Sky bird Post author

    I know what you can do as an Airbnb host you can host your house you can say everything secure your safety is in our hands 38 billion dollar Airbnb corporate trash will say we're here for you customer support is here for you but then they do nothing when your stuff stolen they say unfortunately we're sorry this doesn't happen that often we're not going to do anything for you because we didn't become a 38 billion dollar business of trash by giving our patrons their money back how dare we provide you with the service and then you get mad at us when you're stuck did stolen and then we don't want to pay you back that's how you can make money as a host in full summary all you have to do is be a host and steel there property because they know Airbnb will do nothing about it because it's a business full of concerts and trash and freaking pathetic while they're not that pathetic because they're rich and they clearly just got away with stealing my property thanks Airbnb I will never use you again you cunts

  46. Victoria Johnson Post author

    Another great video!!! Thanks for taking the time to post, If you ever need any of my 15 years of v vacation renting on a competitor site, which generates about 95% of my bookings, I'd be glad to share, but not sure how to contact you.

  47. Claudine Pender Post author

    Awww, Sean!!! I think this is your BEST VIDEO!!! love the outfit, that awesome kitchen (so clean…) and the fantastic advice!!! For sure, I will share this video 🙂 Thank you!!!

  48. Regino Arizmendi Post author

    How much money do you need to start and would you start with a 1 bedroom?

  49. Debbie Wilkins-Wysocki Post author

    Great video — thank you

  50. A Darwish Post author

    Why the photo shopped background?

    There seems to be a few of your videos that have this, like the one with Gary veer

  51. quest 77051 Post author

    i just bought a brand new house in houston. can i rent out 2 rooms to you so your company can use them as air bnb host? you already have a well oiled machine.

  52. pepita Bella Post author

    I want to know how can you manage an Airbnb property if it say in another city/state or even country. For example, I’m from Glasgow which in Scotland, if I want to run an Airbnb in Edinburgh or Birmingham (England) what are the business strategies that I should follow ? What are the steps for this. I’m really curious to know because I know so many hosts who do this successfully !

  53. ROTA Post author

    I wouldn’t pay you a dime for any of these basic advices. Everything you mentioned everyone knows how to do already.

  54. manuel bg Post author

    Inspiring videos Sean! Thanks for all info sharing I found it the most approuch, accuret and reliable channel in Regards Airbnb and short term rental.
    A questions – we are Looking into relocation just to start short term rental business in very increasing market.
    We wandering What would be Best option – to rent a big House (4500$ month)with 5-7 rooms that we live in it (me +wife+2 kids)and can accomadate 1-5 guests per each room or to take it basic step and have saparte basic appartment for us and independent appartment 3 rooms for retal with lower price. Appriciate, thanks

  55. Susan Simpson Post author

    I’m a first-time host looking to expand into hosting multiple properties. So far, I have one guest house. Do you offer or can you (or anyone) recommend business-building resources for newbies? Do I need an LLC (for each property?) separate business accounts, etc.? What about branding, logos, etc.? I want to grow beyond renting single rooms in my home (or my guest house) to running this as an actual income-generating business that will allow me to retire from my day job! 😃

  56. Very Private Gallery Post author

    Nice video! I am a host since 2013. But Airbnb cancelled all my reservations and blocked my account! A guest caused damages during her stay, and I went to claim for coverages. Now the “case is under investigation” for almost 4 weeks and they just block me to shut me up.

  57. StarBucks718 Post author

    Close your eyes. You can picture Ben Shapiro giving you AirBnB tips (frown).

  58. A R Post author

    I love this kitchen setting!! Thank you for the valuable information 🙌

  59. Robert McRaney Post author

    I stumbled on to your website and love your advice. Thank you for being so real and honest!

  60. Peter Rodriguez Post author

    Somehow I ended up on the Airbnb side of youtube xD

  61. Electric avenue Bikes Post author

    Are u russin just notice you on your english .

  62. Walter Mercado Post author

    Is it worth hiring a professional photographer to take pictures of your space to then post it on airbnb?

  63. Laszlo Szucs Post author

    I advice to erase the "cancellation penis…" at 13:45

  64. Minnie P Gotcha Post author

    Do you have an email I can reach out to you about coaching?

  65. Business Diva!!! Post author

    Damn Gina….I just moved to Houston thinking I could capitalize on this market, but it looks like you've got it sowed up!!! Guess I'll go ahead with the Residential Assisted Living homes. Lol thanks Sean this is great information we can use in any business. Much success to you my brother from another mother;)

  66. Ricardo Padilla Post author

    Nice cabinets back there. Thank you for this info!

  67. travis bogdan Post author

    I love this! I am young and hungry and am just now starting my journey, so thank you for the insight. I posted this on fb but couldn’t copy the link, hopefully we can chat:)

  68. Tony Marciante Post author

    Great content, just found you…considering this as another income stream… (side note, tell your video gal/guy to get you a wireless Lav mic…looks cleaner with that sharp suit you have on) 🙂

  69. saratheamazing99 Post author

    I want to start but I’m in Houston…I don’t want to compete against this guy 🙈

  70. Amy Speers Post author

    Hello from France! My husband and I are expats looking to stay longer …and buying a home here. The ones we are looking at have at least one gîte-a furnished holiday house. Your helpful hints seem like great ways to make your business run well and your guests feel special.

  71. ldakake Post author

    Can you list a house more than once, and not end up double booking? Like list as 3 bedroom for one price, and 4 bedroom for another price but make it so the calendar knows when it's booked one way or the other? Also, I hear you talk about Dallas TX, and that's where I am. Where do I go to find these groups or other hosts to network with?? Thank you!

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  73. Jennifer Oviawe Post author

    The first half of your video is aka please help me create back links so that I can increase my ranking

  74. Patrick Saunders Post author

    Sorry, off topic here. I cannot believe how much you look like Jeremy Renner. Fucking unbelievable!!!!!

  75. MrMantia Post author

    How do handle the door locks for the larger apartments complex's?

  76. Unguided Post author

    Put an end to social parasite middle men like this guy, support your local Communists.

  77. hello there Post author

    i think you don't have coffee in that cup. Anything else phony I should know?

  78. Sebastian Perez Post author

    I was trying to listen to this while in the gym and had to add it to watch later. There’s so much valuable info in so little time it’s too much to multitask listen to. You’re the man, keep it up!


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