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Hi Barry, Happy New Year to you. May 2020 be a good decade for us all!!!
We migrated to a new Word Press Theme for our website ( more liked by the Google Bots) and our new webdesigner/SEO Manager had issues linking Trip Advisor to our new website before it went live. We ran it on a dummy account before migrating live. We have at https secure site and on the dummy site he was only using a http account. I assumed this might have had something to do with it. After chatting to our booking.com account Manager, it turned out I had a blond moment and the reason no OTA's werenot listed on our Trip Advisor page was that I was looking at it as a property owner and not a prospective client. Basically I had not put in accommodation availability dates on the top of the page for our town. The minute one does that all OTA's pull through. Not my "finest moment" in terms of intelligence. Thank you for the prompt responses, very much appreciated.
Hi, thanks so much for your response. I have just spoken to our account manager and managed to resolve the issue
Barry thanks so much for the response, its very much appreciated. Frustrating but real.