Tips For Great Inn Websites, What’s to Really Like & 5 Things Not to Do

2 Steps to Get the Website You Want Most people who need a new website don’t really know what they want. But they do know what they Don’t want. 1. Look, Look, Look – One way to shorten the learning curve is to look at inn websites and find components that you like and dislike. Keep going […]

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4 Bed & Breakfast Inns Master Unique Experiences, 16 Healthy Appetizers, 6 Fun Minutes to Stress Reduction

1. Promote Your State’s Quirkiness – Why Are They Painting & Hiding Rocks in Ohio? – Inn at HoneyRun According to Jason’s Blog at Inn at Honey Run, “Northeast Ohio Rocks is a movement designed to spread happiness through unexpectedly discovering painted rocks in the Northeast Ohio region.” The inn itself has become a cultural center for […]

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Inn Newsletters to Love – 4 Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers Show What Works

Newsletters give your Bed and Breakfast guests an active part in keeping your traffic up. That’s because when someone clicks on a link to your newsletter because you’ve made it oh so enticing – that actually builds your traffic and makes your website more relevant to your area. 1.  Create a 3-Day Itinerary With Photos […]

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Learn From These 4 Innkeepers’ Websites

Learn From These 4 Innkeeper’s Websites 1. My Tree House Lodge One of the most interesting things about this site is the home page call to action. (The call to action is the booking button.) The lodge’s “rates & booking” button is the first or second thing you see – the focal point. It has […]

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Fix Your Website (Even if It’s New) – 10 Most Commonly Needed Fixes

Did you know even new inn websites usually need to be fixed? We recently reviewed 12 new, beautiful inn websites.  Most had problems such as slow loading times, mobile that didn’t work well, and worst of all, poor title tags and meta tags and missing elements that hurt the inns’ search positions, even lowering them.   […]

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