There are all kinds of reasons why, as someone with a business interest, you should have a strong presence on various social media sites. Does your holiday let have a Facebook page yet? How about a Twitter account or a Pinterest page? It’s important to note that having these things is only the beginning. The [Continue reading …]
Social Media Marketing for your Holiday Let
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These articles will give you instructions on setting up your social media profiles, how to use the different social media channels to market your business, along with best practices, tips and ideas to ensure your social media activity is working hard for your business.
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We’re well into 2015 now, so you should be full steam ahead with the marketing of your holiday let for this year. Have you considered how you could launch a brand new social media campaign to help those marketing efforts? Which sites would you use? This is perhaps the most important step. Bite off more [Continue reading …]
The one thing most people know about Twitter is the limit of 140 characters for every tweet. And it’s easy to think you can’t get much into that amount of space. If you’ve a message to deliver about your holiday let, 140 characters barely gives you enough room to do that, never mind anything else. [Continue reading …]
Remember when Twitter was all about those 140 characters and little else? Nowadays there’s a lot more to the social media site than meets the eye. One of the biggest plus points Twitter has to offer is the ability for you to tack a photo onto a tweet. If someone looks for a particular search [Continue reading …]
Using social media sites such as Twitter to get the word out about your holiday let is a smart idea. However it does take time and unless you manage your time effectively you could end up forgetting to do other things. You could even neglect to tweet altogether because it drains your time. That’s why [Continue reading …]
You don’t need to go too far on Pinterest at this time of year to come across festive photos of all shapes and sizes. And your Pinterest profile shouldn’t be left out. You can still enjoy plenty of visibility for your holiday rental, with the added bonus of potentially increasing your website traffic by thinking [Continue reading …]
If you know anything at all about Pinterest you’ll know this site is all about images. However while a picture can tell a thousand words, it can also reveal much less than that – or much more. We’ve put together some tips that will help you take better photos of your holiday rental property and [Continue reading …]
Why do business people use social media sites? The quick answer is to promote their businesses. This makes sense regardless of whether you’re promoting a holiday rental or something else entirely. However in our case we’re focusing on holiday rentals, so let’s use this as an example. And let’s start with a question… Why would [Continue reading …]
Looking to find ways to share information across your social media accounts easily? Want to save time working on your social media sites? Then it’s time to start recycling. Now you’re may be wondering how recycling can possibly relate to your social networking efforts. Well it can. Recycling isn’t just for tangible things. It can [Continue reading …]
Here’s a question for you: how long do you spend editing and polishing the messages, tweets and updates you send out on the social media sites you’re active in? If your answer is ‘never’ you’re definitely not alone. The immediacy of social media sites like Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter encourages you to post whatever you’d [Continue reading …]