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In the online hotel business, having more of something usually leads to success. Bookings, guests, market share – you can’t have enough of those. There’s one exception though. Property websites. In this post, we explain why having multiple websites only leads to more work, more costs and more confusion among potential guests.
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The number of mobile bookings has increased by 1,700% in just four years, with 40% of people now reserving their accommodation from the comfort of their smartphone. Whether you’re a cosy B&B in the countryside or a stylish apartment in the city centre, winning more mobile bookings is now crucial for anyone in the hospitality industry.
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Family travel is on the rise. Between 2014 and 2017, Google searches for family vacations grew three times faster than other searches in the travel sphere. As part of our series on guest segmentation, we take a look at ways you can appeal to all kinds of families in order to secure more of their reservations.
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In the hospitality industry, having your own website is a massive advantage. It allows you to get your name out there, share important information with your guests, and, most importantly, get direct bookings. But it’s no good having a website if nobody can find it. Unfortunately, that’s what happens to a lot of property websites – they’re out there but they just don’t get the visitors. And in many cases, it’s down to one simple thing: their domain name.
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Gone are the days when most guests called the hotel front desk to reserve their stay. Now, nearly all phases of travel planning happen online – from researching accommodation to the moment of booking.
OTAs play a fundamental role in this: they’re where most travellers will go to see their options and make a reservation. But your property website can also be a major source of revenue.
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