Like it or hate it, social media, when used properly and consistently can be a great way to build awareness of your holiday cottage - and how to find it on the web. With the cost of advertising a cottage on a handful of top holiday property directories continuing to rise, then having a social media presence will help to drive more traffic to your holiday property's website.

However, to the uninitiated, using a social media facility such as Facebook or Twitter can be very daunting. This post from Guesty.com not only lists the main social media platforms, it also includes some useful jargon-busters. 

So, for example, you'll learn exactly what 'tag' on Facebook or a #hash-tag on Twitter means and does. You'll feel a lot more sure of yourself and understand the different ways to use social media to promote your holiday cottage after working your way through this helpful guide.

 

Click here to read: The Holiday Cottage Manager’s Guide to Social Media Marketing

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