Social media reigns supreme for marketing. Managers spend countless hours promoting their location, business, sales promotions, properties, local events, exceptional employees, and even the occasional silly image or cute puppy.
As the third part of the series on how to prepare for unexpected natural disasters, this week we hone in on winter weather, and how vacation rental managers can prepare for everything from avalanches to below freezing temperatures.
New research by HomeAway on shoulder season trends, marketing and pricing reveals that shoulder seasons ─ those periods between peak and low seasons ─ vary widely from region to region, even in regions that otherwise are similar in climate and guest attractions.
As the second part of the series on how to prepare for unexpected natural disasters, this week we hone in on wildfires, and how vacation rental managers can prevent them.
On August 31st, as Hurricane Irma turned its eye toward Key West, Vacasa’s local community manager Rick Haskins experienced a moment of clarity amidst the approaching storm.