How good are you at using keywords? Are you confident about the need to use them, and how to use them to create more traffic for your holiday let listings and website? Or does the mere word send you into a cold sweat? If it’s the latter, don’t fret. There’s only one word that you [Continue reading …]
Search Engine Optimisation for Holiday Rental Websites
Below you’ll find blog posts related to Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) for your Holiday Let Website.
From our 5-part series on SEO for holiday rental owners including choosing your keywords, preparation, link building and measuring results, to step-by-step instructions on submitting website sitemaps to speed up the process of your website being indexed by Google and Bing.
This SEO section provides tips and guidance to ensure your website works 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.
Chances are you know the local area around your holiday rental better than most. Perhaps you live there, or you’ve spent a lot of time holidaying there. Well, did you know that you can use this local knowledge to drive traffic to your website? How? By creating a comprehensive local area guide on the website [Continue reading …]
Ah, keywords… the very things designed to make all but the most experienced of copywriters go pale. And since you are focused on marketing your holiday rental, the chances are you’re not as experienced in using keywords as you could be. But while keywords and how to use them might pose a challenge, it’s certainly not [Continue reading …]
I’m sure you know the importance of using keywords throughout the content of you holiday let website content. And, you may know the usefulness of including them in all your online marketing platforms as well – social media channels, listing sites, etc. But do you know how to include keywords, without them having a detrimental [Continue reading …]
Social media has become an SEO tool in its own right. In addition to ‘standard’ SEO, Google (and other search engines) are fast placing strong emphasis on the likes, shares and comments you get in your social media profiles when determining where a page ranks in search engine results. This is called social signals. In [Continue reading …]
If you have read anything at all about SEO (search engine optimisation) you’ll be aware there have been countless changes in this area in recent years. At one time the only thing you had to worry about was peppering your content with keywords. Today however, things are not quite as simple as that. If you’re [Continue reading …]
If you’ve looked into how you should write any content promoting your holiday rental, you’ve no doubt come across the idea of using keywords. The idea that if you optimise your website with relevant keywords, it will rank higher in search engine results, and therefore make your website easier to find for those who are interested in [Continue reading …]
When promoting a holiday rental online, it’s easy to place most of your focus on photos. After all, a picture speaks a thousand words … or so the saying goes. Yet, we believe that content is equally as important to achieve maximum bookings year-round. You see, here’s the thing – content writing will help get [Continue reading …]
Before we get in to the nitty gritty of how to appear in the two major search engines quicker, you have created the perfect holiday let website and published it so it’s visible online, right? If not, go over our last article on creating that perfect website and take action. Don’t try to put the [Continue reading …]
Google have started delivering warnings to those website owners without a mobile friendly version of their website, stating “… These pages will not be seen as mobile-friendly by Google Search, and will therefore be displayed and ranked appropriately for smartphone users.” In other words, their website may no longer be ranked in mobile search results [Continue reading …]