Are you finding it a challenge to figure out how to promote your holiday rental? Photography is all very well, as is the use of social media sites, but are you looking for some more inspiration? If you’ve been taking photographs on a regular basis, you’ll very likely have some that date back a while. [Continue reading …]
Holiday Let Management
Below you’ll find blog posts related to website management – online and offline.
These articles cover a range of topics including online marketing ideas, tips for setting rental rates and getting those all-important reviews, insights on finding and attracting your target audience, and so much more to ensure your website is working hard for your business.
If you’re new here we suggest you start with the following posts:
And if you have suggestions for topics you’d like us to cover, please do get in touch.
There are lots of advantages to blogging, but how many are you aware of as a holiday rental owner? Let’s focus on the main ones. 1. Adds new content to your website Every website benefits from having fresh content added from time to time. If you add a blog to your site you can add [Continue reading …]
Going on holiday is primarily about getting out and about and exploring a new area. No matter where your holiday rental is, you can be sure your visitors will want to see everything it has to offer. However there are also times when your guests will want some downtime. Time to recharge the batteries and [Continue reading …]
Here are a few things you can easily do to perform a straightforward review. 1. Check your website Have you added any new page content lately? Have you checked to ensure all your holiday rental information is still correct? If not, you may want to consider reviewing your website to see any areas where improvements could [Continue reading …]
Identifying and researching your target market should be one of the very first things you do before you start writing about your property, whether it’s for your website or other marketing activities. And even if you’ve been renting your property for a while, it is always beneficial to review who you want to attract, what [Continue reading …]
Some smaller holiday rental properties are really only suitable for couples. However if you have a holiday let with two or more bedrooms you have an opportunity to open it up to group bookings. This is worth doing if you have a suitable property as you can market it to a variety of audiences. Finding [Continue reading …]
Insurance, probably the last thing on your mind when letting your holiday cottage – that is until you rely on it. Earlier this month the UK was hit by storms and a tidal surge, 2010 saw the coldest December on record with 103,000 burst pipe claims. Forest fires, earthquakes and flooding are just a few [Continue reading …]
Have you ever thought about providing long term rentals for anyone who wants to use your holiday let? While most people will happily rent for just a week or two, there are some who will look for longer term deals. If you can offer this possibility you will attract a wider audience and have a [Continue reading …]
Perhaps you haven’t thought about there being a difference between the two. So let’s look at a couple of examples in order to see how different they are. Feature – a decking area with table, chairs and nearby BBQ Benefit – guests can sit and relax over a barbecued meal, watching the sun go down [Continue reading …]
“Why is my website not appearing in Google?” “I’ve setup a website, but I’m not getting any enquiries. Why is that?” Setting up a website is just the first step in promoting your holiday rental accommodation. There are certain things you need to do afterwards to make sure your website gets noticed. Here are seven [Continue reading …]