I was contacted a couple of weeks ago by a lovely lady asking for some feedback on the website for her property in the South of France. As we got into a deeper discussion about all the challenges she is having to overcome with marketing her holiday let, it got me thinking about the many ways in which Rental Tonic could really help owners with similar problems. Read more
Using Facebook in your holiday property marketing
Disclosing the exact address of your holiday property is something that causes great debate among the holiday lettings community, and with good reason.
It’s not normally a world in which a hotel or rental owner would look for advice (except perhaps in terms of interior decor) but the fashion business is a leader in using social media to engage and excite their customers. As an industry that actively chases the ‘new’ it isn’t surprising that fashion bloggers and new social platforms are snapped up by those always looking for ways to either find out what’s up and coming or create it themselves. Read more
We are regularly surprised by the varying standard of photography we see property owners using to present their rentals online. Whether they are using an online listing site or even have their own website, we often see badly composed shots or worse, photos that look like they were snapped on an iPhone quickly before they locked up and went home! Read more
Part #3: Staging a home to attract rentals
The process of “staging” a property is common practice in Real Estate to sell a house, but for some reason this does not happen so much in the holiday lettings business. Read more
So here we are on the cusp of Summer at last! Have you been doing a spot of spring-cleaning & maintenance to get your holiday rental ready for Summer? So why not take the chance to update your holiday property photography too? Read more