All of us property owners, whether a hotel or short-term vacation rental, want to know how to become a Superhost and all for a good reason. If you’re a Superhost, the top OTAs like Airbnb put your rental on top of their list when guests are looking for accommodations. This is based on your prestige and reputation.
For this reason, a lot of hotels and vacation rental owners want to become a Superhost to boost their vacation rental bookings.
The vacation rental industry is a dog eat dog world. But on the upside, it’s also the most profitable and the fastest growing with a projected growth of 8.0% by 2022. As of the moment, the total annual revenue of vacation rentals throughout the world is $35,969 million. Now, if you want to get a bigger piece of that, you need to get more direct bookings. And when we say that, we mean specifically about focusing on direct bookings on Facebook.
We have asked 100 of the most successful property owners and hoteliers about what amenities make a difference for them. Take a look and feel free to use their tips to keep your guests happy and get more reservations coming!
So you got a vacation rental, but you don’t have the time to run it as well as you would like. Or you just realized that it requires a lot more expertise to run successful and of course get great reviews. What do you do?
It’s easy, just hire someone else to do the job for you.
But before that, what will you look for, and how will you tell that you are hiring the right person for your vacation rental? Well, it happens that we can help you with that. Here are tips that you can use to find and select the best vacation rental manager…
Check-in options shouldn’t be stressful for you or your guest. Ideally, it is an easy procedure. You just need to attend to your clients and hand over the keys. However, hiccups like bad weather, heavy traffic, or flight delays are inevitable and will remain to be drawbacks that you can’t control. We present to you some great options of how to make the self check-in process smooth and easy for you and your guests.
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…