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One item your guests are guaranteed to use during their stay at your rental property is the guestbook.
Blogging is a great way to stay in touch with your guests and cultivate potential renters who chance upon your website.
A stay at a vacation rental house is always a holiday for your guests. But when a vacation holiday overlaps with The Holidays, it’s time for things to get festive.
Personalization isn't new in the travel industry. César Ritz, the renowned 19th-century French hotelier, invented the concept, taking note of guests' wishes and desires, from how they liked for breakfast to who wanted a carafe of water on the bedside table.
There's nothing like free publicity for your vacation rental business. Used smartly and strategically, that's exactly what Instagram offers. As social media's premiere photo-sharing service, Instagram is tailor-made for the travel industry. Here are seven ways to put this fast-growing social media platform to work for you.
They travel the world, work remotely in coffee shops, public libraries and co-working spaces and owe their peripatetic lifestyle to smart phones, computers and reliable WiFi. They're digital nomads, international citizens of the internet age, and they're a ripe market for savvy vacation rental managers. Check out these six reasons why digital nomads may be a good fit for your vacation rental business.
There's lots of reasons travelers opt for a vacation rental home. Location, price and being able to house multiple generations under one roof are high on the list. But a big reason visitors choose a rental property is they want a genuine taste of local life. As a vacation rental manager, you know a well-appointed house is just a part of the guest experience. Check out these five ways you can help your renters get a generous taste of local life they'll never forget.