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How To Take Professional-Looking Photos Of Your B&B

What is the best way to intrigue your potential guests and make them want to stay at your bed and breakfast? With photos, of course! In this article, we’re going to talk about how to take professional-looking photos of your B&B so you can use your tantalizing photos on your website and...
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5 Things to Include in Your B&B’s Very First Website

First Time Innkeeper
As the owner of a bed and breakfast in today’s digital era, you’ve probably heard it time and time again that you need a website if you want to make any impact in the industry. Consumers today are different from those of previous generations. There is a lot of choice available to them...
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How to Integrate TripAdvisor on Your Hotel Website

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[caption id="attachment_618" align="alignnone" width="660"] TripAdvisor is very visual and a great place for amazing photos.[/caption] Are you making the most of TripAdvisor on your hotel website? Use this widely trusted travel site to boost your reputation. Do it right from your official...
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Essential Elements for Your B&B Website

[caption id="attachment_607" align="alignnone" width="660"] Does your B&B offer a unique service? Share the details on your website to win over customers.[/caption] Booking a trip can be exciting, but also a total energy drain. Put yourself in your potential customers' shoes... It's your...
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Two New Design Templates!

I hope your 2013 is off to a fantastic start! We're ringing in the New Year with two brand new design templates added to the collection at Hotel Propeller.  That brings the total up to six beautiful options to consider if  you're redesigning your website for your Hotel, B&B or Guest...
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3 Common Mistakes Your B&B Website Must Avoid

We often talk about all the right things to do with your bed and breakfast website, but not so much about mistakes your B&B website must avoid. Your website is potentially the only piece of dynamic marketing you use for your B&B. Sure, you may advertise in printed directories, on online...
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