Updated on March 10, 2017
Local tips are part of the allure for travelers to stay with AirBnB hosts. People can read guidebooks and search the internet for hours trying to find the best local spots for their vacation, but they often times prefer to get the local tips from the locals. As an AirBnB host, that local is you!
LED light bulbs are a great way to reduce your AirBnB operating costs to stay competitive and profitable. Reducing AirBnB operating expenses does not mean you don’t have to compromise a quality experience for your guests! You can lower your electricity consumption without turning the lights out on your guests by switching to energy efficient LED light bulbs! Read More
Here are some wifi tips for AirBnB hosts that have helped me over the years. Wifi for your AirBnB guests may seem like an obvious amenity to provide, and I would agree. Where some AirBnB hosts go wrong is by providing slow wifi to their guests. Following these top 5 wifi tips will improve your AirBnB hosting performance and keep your guests happy.
Updated on March 8, 2017
Here are the top 8 tips for AirBnB Hosts when greeting guests in person for the first time. You’ve communicated with your guests via AirBnB messages, but now it’s time to show off your AirBnB listing in real life and dazzle your guests with your amazing and hospitable personality!
Porch lights are extremely important for AirBnB hosts. It is very common that AirBnB guests arrive at your home when it is dark outside. Using exterior lighting such as porch lights and garden lights will help alleviate confusion and guide your AirBnB guests into your home. Here are the top 5 tips on porch lights for AirBnB hosts!