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VRS390 – How to Build Pillar Posts That Will Drive Traffic To Your Short-Term Rental Website

Back in 2018, Hubspot re-engineered their method of delivering content and it’s been proven this method called the Pillar-Cluster model works. I might be a little late to this game but it’s showing traction for our company right now so I’m sharing how it works. Now, after a year of lockdowns, restrictions, and disappointments, travelers have grasped at whatever they can get, often paying a premium for it.

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VRS389 – Spotlight on Property Managers – Alanna Miel of Sweethaven Rentals

New property management companies are forming and growing with passionate leaders at their helm.  Alanna Miel is one of these, and Sweethaven Rentals in Lincoln City, Oregon is benefiting from her years of experience in community action and humanitarian work.
Now, after a year of lockdowns, restrictions, and disappointments, travelers have grasped at whatever they can get, often paying a premium for it.

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VRS388 – How to Wow Your Short Term Rental Guests in 2021

It used to be easy to wow a guest. Make sure the place gave a great first impression, was clean and well equipped, and was exactly as described in a listing. They would be happy.

Now, after a year of lockdowns, restrictions, and disappointments, travelers have grasped at whatever they can get, often paying a premium for it.

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VRS386 – Women In Vacation Rental and the VR Women’s Summit

The Inaugural Vacation Rental Women’s Summit was held in New Orleans in 2019.

This winter (Dec 2021) we can get together in New Orleans at the same beautiful venue, The Ritz Carlton Hotel on Canal St, for a pre-Christmas, post-Covid celebration of all the best of the short-term rental industry.

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VRS383 – Creating Your Own Destination with Wil Slickers of the Slick Talk Podcast

For most people involved in short-term rentals, there is a finite value on a property.

Once it has been rented, regardless of revenue management techniques, there’s nothing to add to the bottom line.

More experienced operators have a different perspective and maximize every opportunity to upsell or cross-sell – that is to increase the average sales value per customer.

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