How do you boost your ranking on TripAdvisor?
Why is someone above you with fewer reviews?
I break down the algorithm right here and show you how
The blog to accompany this video is over here https://boostly.co.uk/tripadvisor-popularity-ranking-5-tips-to-boost-your-tripadvisor-ranking-take-your-business-to-the-next-level/
The 5 simple steps are as follows
- The Quality Of review
- The number of reviews
- How recent
- JUST ASK
- Provide an excellent service
Who is Boostly?
It's short for Boost Hospitality, we boost bookings for Independent hotel, guesthouse or self-let property owners
Our clients are fed up with the constant demands to promote their business.
Marketing is such an important part of the day to day business, however, sometimes you just can't find the time to do the necessary work that is needed to get more "Heads On Beds."
They have enough to worry about without having to post an update on their social media page or keeping track of the latest trends.
We deal directly with the online travel agents and work to reduce commission costs and increase direct bookings.
To find out more, the website is www.Boostly.co.uk
For free help, advice and interviews with other hotel owners, go to www.boostly.co.uk/blog
Email is [email protected]
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