Learn how to become an Airbnb Hosting Master

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. I've developed a simple test that can help you improve your Airbnb business. Take the test now, it's free and takes less than one minute!.

LATEST FROM THE BLOG

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 […]
April 6, 2017

Four Reasons Airbnb Hosts Also Need Their Own Website

There is no denying the colossal size and growing success of Airbnb. At the end of 2015, around 35% of consumers had heard of the popular […]
March 22, 2017
Airbnb Cancellation Policy

Airbnb Cancellation Policy: Which One Should You Use?

Sometimes when we make travel plans, life gets in the way and we may want to cancel our existing reservations. This is no different for Airbnb […]

LATEST FROM THE PODCAST

August 21, 2017

EP181: Hospitality Insights from a Superhost and Co-Founder of GuestBook

Want to get the girl and found a startup? Become a remote host on Airbnb. Perhaps it’s not quite that easy, but it worked for GuestBook […]
August 18, 2017

EP180: This Week in the World of Airbnb

I agree to treat everyone in the Airbnb community—regardless of their race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age—with respect, and […]
August 14, 2017

EP179: How to Effectively Screen Your Airbnb Guests

As children, we are taught to fear people we don’t know, and concerns about ‘stranger danger’ make potential Airbnb hosts hesitant about joining the platform. The […]

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