We’ve already armed you with the key elements to consider and prepare before you start creating your website. Next there’s the small matter of actually building the website. And assuming you’ve decided to take that job on yourself, here are seven tips to help you create the perfect holiday let website that will encourage visitors [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.
Are you ready to create a website for your holiday let and market it online? Honestly? Before you sit down in front of a computer to start the website creation process, take some time to think about each of these points: Is your property guest-ready? Do you have professional or high quality photos? Do you [Continue reading …]
Editor’s note: This post was originally published in May 2012, but has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy as of November 2014 It can be daunting trying to come up with the perfect domain name for your holiday rental website – the online name that will be associated with your holiday rental for years [Continue reading …]
Let’s start with a question – what’s your biggest objective as a holiday let owner? Happy guests? Positive feedback? Additional income? Whilst all of these are important, we’re guessing your biggest objective is to achieve high occupancy rates year-round to maximise your rental income. So how do you go about achieving that? Unfortunately, it’s not [Continue reading …]
How well do you know the area where your holiday let is situated? It’s easy to think your property is the most important part of your listing and website, but this isn’t the whole truth. The better you know the local area, the easier it will be to add more detailed content about it to [Continue reading …]
Regardless of the age of your website, it’s always worth reviewing it on a regular basis. Things can age, links can become broken and a variety of other things should be checked regularly too so you can ensure your website is the best it can be. Here are a number of areas worth looking at [Continue reading …]
It’s easy to spend a lot of time focusing on marketing your holiday let website. However if you aren’t careful your efforts could be going to waste. There are lots of ways your website can be less effective than it should be, and one way is via broken links. What are broken links? Broken links [Continue reading …]
A key part of your holiday rental website is undoubtedly the many photos you’ve used to display every aspect of your property and what it has to offer. However, you may not be aware that these photos are not protected. This applies to all the photos you’ve uploaded to your holiday rental website, as well [Continue reading …]
What category does your website fall into? Have you gone for an efficient business-like approach giving just the necessary information? Or have you opted for a more personal approach, revealing a little about yourself – why you own the holiday let and what it means to you? Generally most holiday let owners will opt for [Continue reading …]
It has never been more important to have a mobile version of your holiday rental website. Without it you’ll be missing out on a large chunk of potential business. What’s more, the demand for mobile friendly sites is becoming more and more pronounced. Now is the time to make sure yours is up to scratch. [Continue reading …]