تابع آخر أخبار السفر، وأحدث التحليلات وآراء الخبراء أولاً بأول
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تواصل مع شركاء Booking.com عبر الإنترنت للحصول على أفضل النصائح والمقترحات
مهما كانت أهداف عملك، ستساعدك الحلول التي نقدمها على النجاح في Booking.com
تعرف على كيفية إدارة مكان إقامتك والإكسترانت الخاص بك من خلال خدمة دعم الشركاء. تشكيلة المقالات التي نقدمها تجيب على الأسئلة الأكثر شيوعاً بين الشركاء
Contact the listing sites your property is currently listed on, and tell them it is a transfer of manager / owner. (Owner taking back business from manager.) Ask them to specify what they need AND how long it will take. Some places take longer for a transfer than for a new registration. If you register new, ensure the old listing is deleted/discontinued. Depending on how long in advance most of your booking enquiries are made, you may wish to start that process before take-over.
Hope your reclaiming goes smoothly. Why do you want to re-list? Can't you just take over the listing accounts? It takes hours of work to update some of the listing sites after you have written your texts and selected (and modified and resized) your high quality photographs. If you could take over the existing accounts on the listing sites, you will save hours of work.
The only situations where you would ask listing sites to take down info, is when the old listing is no longer applicable, or is replaced with a new listing. If it is a listing site with an annual subscription (as opposed to a commission percentage) you may as well continue until the expiry date. Then you may ask them for statistics on views, clicks and actual reservations made through their site, before deciding to renew subscription.
As far as lower rates go: Here you would have to compare and research the local market. Sometimes a lower price attracts a lower quality guest. I have found that keeping prices stable, but rather offering specials or limited period discounts, works much better to attract more bookings.
It would be interesting to hear what other hosts have to share.
Apparently these poor folk are so overworked, it takes from 2 to 6 weeks to register a new establishment. For a change of ownership, it took them 2.5 months before we were listed again. So I suggest patience. Lots of it.
I think this forum is a magnificent idea, and looking at the positive and helpful contributions form all over the world, it will enhance the hosts' experience with Booking.com.
If I understand you correctly, a "super member" would become somewhat of a mentor and perhaps be expected to regularly post replies? For me personally, I would not volunteer to be expected to answer posts. As and when I have time, I will gladly contribute. At the moment I think the user level (contributor, collaborator, etc) is sufficient.
Hope this helps.