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Record High Summer Occupancy Leads to Higher Short Term Rental Rates

The lack of supply and high demand in many destination markets meant that occupancy rates were high, as what little supply there was got booked up quickly

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How Short Term Rental Data Can Help DMOs Build Back Sustainably

One of the biggest blind spots in many DMOs’ data is short-term rental, which has overtaken hotels particularly in the pandemic

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Can Airbnb Continue To Grow After IPO Launches It To $100 Billion Value?

The Airbnb IPO launched today, and promptly took off like a rocket. Shares closing at $144, giving the company a valuation of over $100 bn

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The Power of Brand and SEO: Airbnb Growth Story

Airbnb is a case study in how to leverage brand and SEO to fuel organic growth. It’s means so much more than just another unicorn going public

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ABNB IPO: Why Airbnb Could Overtake Booking.com

Airbnb could grow into the most important, if not the biggest travel company, meaning Airbnb’s stock could be undervalued relative its potential

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The Future of Airbnb

Airbnb jettisoned some new ventures, such as moves into transportation and entertainment, and decided to focus on its core strength – lodging

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What Hotels can Learn From Airbnb Crisis Response

By refusing to stand on previous achievements, Airbnb managed to rethink how its platform operates and adapt to an extraordinary situation

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Battered By Coronavirus, Will Hotels And Airbnb Keep An Uneasy Truce?

Everyone needs their bogeyman. Airbnb really irritates the hotels. But mostly they have been ignoring Airbnb until they can’t ignore it anymore

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Is this the end of Airbnb?

Brian Chesky is no stranger to big lifts. The 38-year-old former bodybuilder and Airbnb CEO has, in the space of 11 years, hauled his property rental dream from a single […]

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Why Airbnb Made a Big Mistake by Ditching its Marketing

To save money, Airbnb halted all its marketing activities at the end of March in order to save an estimated $800 million in 2020. In this, it’s not alone. It’s also wrong

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