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Vacation Rentals – From Disruption To Destruction – Part two

By Alan Egan Airbnb is the new black. The future’s Airbnb. The future’s black. Last week we wrote about the utter domination that Airbnb have over the competition when it comes to all round buzz and social engagement. Read last weeks article here This week we look at the bleak consequences of this superiority and we offer a very workable solution. If we’re all in it, we can’t win it Last...
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Vacation Rentals – From Disruption To Destruction

Airbnb is the new black. The future’s Airbnb. The future’s black. In the world of business nothing works if everybody does it. Businesses need an edge if they are going to succeed. They need a unique selling point (USP). Something that makes them stand out from the crowd. When a company comes along with a new USP they disrupt the established way of a marketplace and, if done correctly, make...
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Why Vacation Rental Bookings Are Getting Harder To Find

By Alan Egan Are you struggling for bookings? Does your calendar have more gaps in it this year than this time last year? With the huge growth of the major listings sites like Homeaway and Airbnb, their massive marketing budgets, more than a little hype and a ton of publicity across all types of media, pretty much every man woman and child on the planet thinks that the VR business...
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There’s been a fair bit of unfair news regarding Airbnb this week – Here’s our take on it…

Airbnb, Organic Cyclists on Mobiles and Bounty Hunters. Sometimes you couldn’t make it up… At our homes in San Francisco and New York my wife and I have started to grow our own vegetables. They are much greener than those in the supermarkets, and some worker bees seem to prefer our organic crop over and above the maximum density, bulk yield , fields of the professionals. But local farmers have...
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