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And why don't you just activate online payments (virtual card) feature then?
I'm not sure, but I think you need a software partner / channel manager to be able to list more units/rooms per one listing.
Every new platform is basicly difficult to start with and we need time to get used to it. :)
Click on profile picture -> Account -> Service Fee
That's all I found:
Also, I don't see any difference from a guest perspective between the two when searching for accommodation. The only difference is that I opted to pay the full AirBnB service fee which is fixed 14% i beleive. If I choosed 3%, guest can be charged up to 20% for the service fee. So I don't see why would you receive less bookings. It all depends of the competition, market demand, rates ect.. And from my point of view AirBnB guests are not such early bookers comparing to BDC guests.
For me it is the other way around.
Occupancy rate 26%
Market average 12%
Occupancy rate 45%
Market average 22%
Basicly the main difference is that before I had 7 listings with 7 units.
Since they implemented API connection (not just iCal) I can now have 7 listings with 20 units.
I preffer managing via channel manager. I don't imagine switching back to the old ways. :)
I guess you activated Genious program that gives genious guests a perk - additional 10% discount.
You don't understand.
For better understanding:
1. You send an email to the guest (via extranet) that you require a deposit.
2. Lets say that the guest didn't respond in three days: