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Improve your guests experience and increase your income

In July 2012 I decided to list my apartment in Amsterdam on Airbnb. After a few months of experimenting, screwing up, learning and focussing on how to optimize my listing, I was able to travel full time living off the income I made on Airbnb. I now help new Airbnb hosts avoid the pitfalls, create outstanding guest experiences and generate an income from their spare room or house, while keeping things safe. Sign-up for my newsletter now and receive a three-part email training course!

LATEST FROM THE BLOG

November 15, 2017
negative airbnb review

How to Write a Negative Airbnb Review for Your Guests

Should you ever write a negative Airbnb review for your guests? Honesty dictates you should, but could it hurt your Airbnb business? No, it doesn't. Find out why.
November 1, 2017
Airbnb liability insurance

Airbnb Liability Insurance: What Every Host Should Know

Most hosts do not have Airbnb liability insurance. It’s one of those things that get overlooked. Truth be told, I’ve never had it either. It’s boring, […]
April 12, 2017
Five Steps To Improve Your Airbnb Listing Description

Five Steps To Improve Your Airbnb Listing Description

An Airbnb listing description is more than just a rundown of your bed and bath counts—it’s a chance to connect with potential guests on an emotional […]

LATEST FROM THE PODCAST

February 19, 2018

EP229: How to Manage Multiple Airbnb Listings

If you’re thinking about taking your Airbnb business to the next level and evolving to manage multiple listings, there are a number of factors to consider. […]
February 16, 2018

EP228: This Week in the World of Airbnb

Airbnb headlines offer serious bank this week: From using your Airbnb income to refinance an existing mortgage to the company’s prosperous internal hedge fund to Airbnb’s […]
February 12, 2018

EP227: Airbnb Tips from an Austin Superhost

Would you rather teach your Airbnb guests how to use the coffee maker OR have a cup of coffee with them? Connecting with the travelers sharing […]

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