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Running an advertising campaign on Facebook messenger can prompt your potential guests to start a conversation with your B&B. Here’s how…
Learning how to queue your B&B social media posts will save time, build brand awareness and bring more traffic to your business.
Travel plans can be made at many different places online and guests need to be targeted at all of them. Here’s some tips for your small hotel.
Did you know that you can not only attract guests to your small hotel, but you can make them compete for it, too? Here’s how you can use Instagram competitions to get more guests staying at your property.
Social media is a massive part of your small hotel or B&B marketing strategy. Find out what metrics to measure and why they’re important.
Are you worried about bad TripAdvisor reviews at your small hotel? Here’s why you shouldn’t be if you’re doing what you can to delight your guests.
The latest social media trend is Snapchat for hotels. Should your bed and breakfast jump on the bandwagon? Find out everything you need to know about Snapchat in this post.
Now that you’re on social media, what kind of hashtags should you use to promote your bed and breakfast? Here are some guidelines to follow.
If your bed and breakfast isn’t on Instagram yet, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity. Here’s how to harness it to raise awareness of your bed and breakfast.
Joel Cordle, CEO of review leap, shares some great ways to manage your small hotel’s online reputation.
Here are the best ways to master the top social media sites for bed and breakfasts – Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Struggling to find ways to use your small hotel’s social media profiles? Take some hints from these excellent examples.
Here is some interesting new information that will help you take your small hotel’s online reviews to the next level.
Social media is here to stay, and if you use it correctly, it may even increase room occupancy at your small hotel!
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