For many people, the main social media sites they have an interest in are Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. Which means your holiday let should really have a presence on one or all of them to reach more of your target audience. Once that decision has been made, the big question is whether or not you [Continue reading …]
Social Media Marketing for your Holiday Let
Below you’ll find blog posts related to Social Media Marketing for your Holiday Let Website.
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.
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.
You do have a blog as part of your holiday rental website don’t you? If not you should start one now as it offers you the ability to connect more readily (and regularly) with potential guests. It also gives you the opportunity to build a sense of trust with people who are considering booking your [Continue reading …]
Did you know around 80% of all the pins you’ll find on Pinterest are actually re-pins? Re-pins are the equivalent of retweets on Twitter. Someone sees something they like and pins it to one of their own boards. Since everyone on Pinterest has the ability to follow boards and find friends, the more re-pins you [Continue reading …]
If you have a Twitter account for your holiday let business (a great platform to reach out to a wider audience when it comes to promoting your holiday rental), what makes you retweet something someone else has written? I’m guessing it’s usually because the information makes you react in some way – whether it’s because [Continue reading …]
It’s one thing to set up one or more social media profiles, it’s quite another to maintain them and update them with engaging news and information about your holiday let property and the local area, as well as interact on other users updates. It’s easy to forget or for life to get in the way. [Continue reading …]
Why do you have social media accounts to help promote your holiday rental accommodation(s)? Well of course the answer’s right there in the question – to promote it / them. However if this is your only focus you may not get the results you want. Interaction is the whole point of social media. It doesn’t [Continue reading …]
Setting up a good social media profile for your holiday rental property is one thing. Making sure it always looks good is quite another. Ringing the changes is important in lots of different ways. If your website always looks exactly the same it can seem a bit dated after a while. The same holds true [Continue reading …]
Many people join Twitter, set up an account and then wonder what on earth to tweet about. This can be a problem for individuals but it’s even more problematic for businesses that want to use the site to garner more attention. It’s quite possible to gain attention in the wrong way on Twitter, and that’s [Continue reading …]
If you aren’t yet using Pinterest to help promote your holiday let, there has never been a better time to do so. It takes less than a minute to sign up (you can do so with Facebook or with an email address) and you’re then free to create your own boards on which to pin [Continue reading …]
Facebook is undoubtedly a powerful social media site. If you have a business page on the site to help promote your holiday rental property it’s a good start, but there is more work to do if you really want to make the most of it. Here we focus on three reasons why a Facebook business [Continue reading …]