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Small accommodation businesses have been hit hard by COVID-19, and with lockdowns still present around the world, you need to know how to weather the storm.
In this 3-part holiday plan we’ll show you strategies you can put in place to achieve your desired occupancy rate, optimise your pricing and rates, and give guests an amazing stay.
Word-of-mouth marketing hasn’t gone extinct, it’s simply changed. In fact it can be even more powerful today than in the past.
It’s obvious business travel is a large and expanding market, but is it the right fit for your B&B? Get some advice here.
The average daily rate at your B&B is one of the simplest metrics to calculate and can also be very useful for building revenue strategies. Check out these helpful tips.
Accurate and analytical reporting strategies are vital for tracking metrics and maintaining a successful revenue strategy at your B&B.
Rewards programs have long been used to increase direct bookings at hotels and B&Bs. But are they really effective? And how can they be achieved properly?
We discuss the data hoteliers need to collect from their guests to increase direct bookings and ensure a higher profit margin
B&B revenue management techniques must be fluid, adjusting for seasonal trends, market changes and traveler preferences.
Chatbots drive customer acquisition and brand advocacy which means they are a great tool for increasing upselling at your B&B. Here’s how…
Offering a range of food and beverage at your B&B will mean generating as much revenue as possible from your guest.
The best way to capture and reward a customer’s loyalty is with a loyalty program that is easy to join and simple. Here are 3 loyalty programs ideas for B&Bs.
The modern traveler is looking to consume experiences rather than products. B&Bs can stand out by showing how their property differentiates itself from the ordinary.
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