Hotel marketing is competitive and it needs a strategy that puts a strong online presence as a primary goal. It’s not enough to have your hotel or short-term vacation rental listed in travel websites. Guests want to know more about your property before they book. We’ve listed top 5 vacation rental tips for hotel and vacation rental owners like you to attract more guests:
The short-term rental industry is a competitive one, and the competition being the big players as well as the small, independent owners. Despite this, you can still shine and boost your short-term rental revenue with a well-thought-out strategy and some customer service love.
One of the most effective ways for your Vacation Rental Website to be ranked high in search engines is to create great content on a regular basis. Now, agreeing to write regular posts is quite easy but doing it regularly can be a bit difficult.
Let’s face it; you need to come up with the idea, topics, research and even the plan of what you want to write. On top of that, it will be hard to deal with the busy week and overburdening tasks making the writing even harder.
But if you need to improve your SEO, you mustn’t push your blogs aside. Here are five content ideas that will help your content creation path….
Any hotel, guest house, villa, apartment or vacation rental service providers who work with internet marketing knows that keeping good traffic on social networks and company websites is not always easy. Keeping a news feed up-to-date and streaming can be tricky. After all, companies are increasingly striving to adapt better to the constant changes that exist with the arrival of new media.
So it is important to put together strategies to adapt well to the constant changes in social networks and boost your vacation rental’s social media profile to get a high volume of organic traffic.
We present to you top tips to boost your vacation rental’s social media profile that increase your traffic on social networks…
Creating a vacation rental website is easy. Just design the website, put your name, logo, a few images, and a short description and you are good to go. But wait… no visitors are coming to my site. What am I doing wrong? What do I have to do to get more traffic to my Site? Or am I just too late that no one will see my site?
Well, you are doing nothing wrong. In fact, everything you’ve done is right so far, but that’s just a start…
Oh no… a negative review! Never a joyful day if you get one of those. It’s obvious that a bad review will give you a knee-jerk of reaction and will throw you to the defense mode. After all, you’ve worked so hard to please your guests.
But wait a second. Take a deep breath and consider what your options are. Remember, there is no company on the planet without the need to deal with unhappy clients.
Good SEO requires more than competing for keywords used by large booking sites. No doubt, the use of a relevant keyword phrase can improve your vacation rental website rankings in search engines. Still, vacation rental owners need to give more thought on creating content that works, especially because of so much competition from the major OTAs such as Booking.com, Airbnb, or Expedia Group.
Google and other top search engines have grown smarter in choosing websites that utilize the same keywords. When you’re vying for high rankings, it is a must to create relevant, timely, useful, and engaging content—categories of utmost importance to Google and consumers.
In this article we talk about how to create great content for your short-term rental website and blog…
Managing short-term vacation rental apartments demands a lot of time. It is no surprise that property owners resort to online travel agents (OTA) for acquiring regular bookings. However, success with OTAs means giving away 15-20% of your ROI.
Imagine how you can maximize earnings by putting in work to increase your direct bookings. In this article, we’ll share trade secrets to get direct guests for your vacation rentals.
Are you wondering if Channel Manager is really something you need for your reservations management? The Hospitality industry experts say that Channel Manager is an invaluable tool for any property it today’s travel market. We present to you 5 key reasons why you need a channel manager for a smooth reservations management….