Giving your listing a name
1. Have a competitive and descriptive title mention other selling facts, ie. “close to Subway station”. 2. Mention upcoming events in title, OR NOT? The title of your listing will appear to your potential guests who are searching accommodation with criteria that fit your house. This will make your listing distinguish between the 3-4 other listings that fit the search results.
3. Keep in mind that within Airbnb website you cannot search keywords, only location. On the other hand, Airbnb website is monitored by Google (and other similar search engines) and your listing’s title is now a new page in their search results. I believe – with my limited SEO knowledge – that a static title, which would be search friendly, with keywords such as “Downtown Paris Apartment” will at some point make you appear in the search results in the main search engines and will give you more bookings than a seasonal title, which in most cases will not have enough time to be indexed and give you google hits for the upcoming concert in the area. [this point is up to debate, I’d love to hear some comments on this]
This just in! We're back at #HospitalityOnTheBeach in the Summer of 2019. ⠀
Tickets are on sale now, just follow the sunshine and the bass via hospitalityonthebeach.lnk.to/TicketsWa⠀
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Who’s ready for round two?! After such an amazing first trip to Croatia, next July Hospital returns to Tisno for a second incredible instalment of sun, sea and oodles of your favourite D+B, Hospitality On The Beach 2019! Join us and the rest of the Hospital family for an unforgettable experience on the crystal clear shores of Tisno, simply head over to @HospitalityDNB and click the link in bio for tickets! ❤️☀️😎 #HOTB2019#hospitalityonthebeach