Ahogy a kereslet lassan visszatér, összegyűjtöttük a legfontosabb forrásokat és tanácsokat, hogy a keresletet foglalásokká alakíthassa biztonságosan és magabiztosan. Itt megtalálja a legfrissebb betekintéseket és kezdeményezéseket.
Csatlakozzon a #Újraépítés csevegéshez a Partner közösségben
Tudjon meg többet az első lépésekről, és olvasson az elérhető funkciókról és szolgáltatásokról.
A legjobb megoldásaink az Ön üzleti igényei szerint.
Vegye fel a kapcsolatot online az Önhöz hasonló Booking.com partnerekkel.
Találjon tippeket és tanácsokat az #Rebuilding címszó alatt, amelyek átsegíthetik ezen az időszakon
Tartsa a lépést a legfrissebb fejlesztésekkel a Booking.comnál, turisztikai információkkal és szakértelemmel.
Az Új sikerek felé egy olyan ígéret, amivel az Ön sikereiben segítünk – megerősítve partnerkapcsolatunkat mindazzal, amit teszünk. Olvasson tovább legújabb ígéreteink megismeréséhez, és a már elért eredményekéhez, amelyeket az Új sikerek felé segítségével értünk el az utóbbi évben.
It's been a while, but thanks for the advice @BrookeAve
That's what I did, but what happens is that several guests have expected an already set up tent with bedding provided (like a glamping tent -- which we also have, BTW).
It took me a while to realise that my listing's name ("Camping spot - Bring your own tent/mat/sleeping bag" -- just trying to be clear! ;-) actually doesn't show on the other side. Instead people just see "Tent".
The only other possible option I see is "Empty spot", but (just like with the tent) I'm still forced to choose a bed type, presumably misleading people to think that I'm providing a bed somehow.
And anyway, I've tried to change it just to see but somehow it still shows "Tent" on the other side...
Ok so now HOW are some establishments able to advertise campsites??
Like this one: https://www.booking.com/hotel/za/sabie-river-camp-sabie.en-gb.html?labe…
I haven't activated my listing here because I'm also worried about the price match thing. My main concern is about the commission rate: initially I didn't want to advertise here (and other websites) because 15% seems excessively high (both in relative terms, compared to other websites -- and i.m.o. in absolute terms, although that is debatable)... but then I realised that I could just increase the rates so that I get the same amount in my pocket at the end of the day (or night) -- which means likely I will get fewer bookings through that website (everything else being equal), but if people are happy to pay that difference just so they can go through that website, so be it.
But this Price Match Guarantee means I can't do that, which is unfair and very annoying. I have to pay them a commission -- no problem, I get that -- but let me decide how much I want in my pocket for every booking. It's competitive here and we have very small margins because we're just starting. It's crazy that I should get paid LESS for offering the same services + giving the guests the protection or whatever that the website offers. In fact I should be compensated for (and therefore allowed to charge more) for being bound to the site's specific conditions (e.g. cancellation policy) which may or may not suit me. It's the customer who should pay more for that extra protection.
Thanks fluff for the term "parity" and Rottidog for the paragraph from the T&Cs. I also see there that:
2.2.3 Booking.com shall be entitled to give a discount on the room price at its own costs up to the amount of the commission.
That makes more sense, but clause 2.2.1 doesn't say what would happen if the Accommodation doesn't "give Booking.com rate and availability parity"... Only termination? Perhaps that is spelled out somewhere else in the T&Cs but I haven't had time to read it all yet.
I also note that "parity" means same room, same dates, same number of guests, same amenities, same or better restrictions, etc. So I guess the only way out of this is to make sure the restrictions on Booking.com are worse (even just slightly) than on other websites.
Does that make sense?