There’s much to be said for revamping your website every now and then. However it doesn’t always have to mean undertaking a complete redesign. Sometimes just making small changes will help to draw in those visitors, encouraging and enticing them to make an enquiry for your holiday rental. A classic example of how this works [Continue reading …]
Holiday Let Website Creation
Below you’ll find blog posts related to holiday rental websites.
These articles will give you insights into holiday let websites and what they can do for your business. Advice on content and increasing bookings. Tips on how to create impactful webpages, as well as using your accommodation and local area to boost enquiries. And ideas to ensure your website is working hard for your business.
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And if you have suggestions for topics you’d like us to cover, please do get in touch.
Which would you say was more vital to your holiday rental website – the images or the words you write? Well in fact it’s a bit of a trick question since they’re both equally as important as each other. Imagine you were looking to book your next holiday. If you came across a website with no images of [Continue reading …]
Let’s say, you’ve just finished creating a professional website for your holiday rental. You’ve purchased a unique domain name – seabreezeholidaycottage.com – and completed all the necessary setup so it’s linked to your new website. Then the moment finally arrives when you hit the publish button, it appears online and you get ready for an [Continue reading …]
Websites have come along way. In fact, sites that once seemed ‘cutting-edge’ can now look old-fashioned. Take Google as an example, nowadays it’s slick, up to date and fresh – as you’d expect. But even it had humble beginnings: It looks pretty basic compared to how it is now, right! Of course you could say [Continue reading …]
Here’s an interesting question – how easy is it to navigate around your website? In truth it may not be one you’ve ever thought about before. And the reality is, that even if you said “easy enough”, it may not be as easy for your visitors to do the same. We’ve all heard about the [Continue reading …]
You have a holiday let, maybe more than one. You try to promote it as best you can. Perhaps you have listing site adverts and social media accounts, the latter being used to direct people to your ads, both with the aim of getting your business ‘out there’. To gain enquiries. To get that calendar [Continue reading …]
Think of your homepage as the ‘grand entrance’ to your holiday rental website. You want your visitors to marvel at it. In other words, it needs to make an impact – to entice and lure them in. It’s generally the first page people will come to when they find your website, so don’t rush it. [Continue reading …]
If you have your own domain name for your holiday rental website, likelihood is that you registered it yourself. Therefore all contact details relating to that domain should be yours, which means you’ll be the point of contact to receive domain notifications – the most important being when it’s due to expire. If that’s the [Continue reading …]
We’ve been seeing a few arguments online lately around the importance of owning your holiday let website. Specifically, that if you use a website builder to create your website, you don’t actually own it. The arguments go something like this … if the service you’re using disappears for whatever reason, then so does your website. [Continue reading …]
Imagine this … You spend time building your holiday let website. Taking the perfect photo of each room, outdoor space and local area. Thinking about your holiday let and what it is that makes it the perfect place for guests to stay. Figuring out its key selling points. Noting down all there is to see [Continue reading …]