There is a message you can be writing back when you decline that could earn you future bookings, should you desire them! Read on for more.
If you travel a lot, use a lockbox for your guest’s entry/exit, or otherwise are not able to meet your guests in person—how do you create a connection with them?
How do you make sure they feel confident, safe and satisfied—satisfied enough to write you a raving review filled with 5-stars across the board (particularly in Communication and Arrival)?
In this post, I’ll show you some easy ways to do just that.
Often, Airbnb hosts have to type the same messages over and over again. As an Abundant Host, of course, you personalize each one… but there are some sentences we just can’t help but repeat.
Airbnb has a solution for this (in the phone app, at least), that not many people know about! Here, I’ll tell you how to use it and save yourself tons of time re-typing the same things (and you can even stop opening a different app like Notes or Evernote where you might already be copying and pasting your oft-sent messages).
Many new hosts start off thinking their place needs to be sparse with no hint of personality. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
Expect the best from your guests, teach them what that means to you, and they will give it to you. Here are my top three tips for easy changes you can make to your home design to ensure your guests have the smoothest experience navigating your space.