May 21, 2020 • Candace Quinn
February 17, 2018 • Janis Fisher Chan
Guest Outfitters is committed to sharing valuable insights and lessons learned from travel & industry experts that help grow your business. In this post, our guest blogger, travel expert and author, Janis Fisher Chan from TravelOnTheHouse.com shares her advice and tips to craft and write the perfect description for your Airbnb, VRBO, or short-term vacation rental to make your listing stand out from your competitors - and, win the guest reservation.
January 29, 2018 • Sandra Shillington
Guest Outfitters is thrilled to be able to share some expert advise from author and vacation rental owner & host, Sandra Shillington with her most recent blog post, "The Modern Rules of Vacation Rental Hosting." Here, Sandra shares current traveler trends and how to make your rental stand out from others in your market. We look forward to hearing your thoughts, comments and ideas on this informative post.
Additionally, Sandra has published several books for vacation owners and hosts. We wanted to take the time to highlight the book "Airbnb Toolbox, Work Smarter" for its valuable business tips to increase your productivity, making efficient investment decisions and most importantly to increase your earning potential. Every vacation rental owner and host should definitely take the time to read this book to smartly grow your business. By clicking the book's cover above, another window will open to learn more about the books contents or to easily order from Amazon.com today.
Now, click on "READ MORE," to read Sandra's insights to The Modern Rules of Vacation Rental Hosting.
August 18, 2017 • Janis Fisher Chan
Janis Fisher Chan is a writer and passionate traveler who recently launched TravelontheHouse.com to provide information, tips, and advice about home exchange and short-term rentals. You can reach her at email@example.com.
We are happy to be able to share our guest blogger's experience and expertise with you at GuestOutfitters.com and look forward to hearing your comments.
April 27, 2017 • Candace Quinn
As a chef and blogger, I get asked often to share just what I would want in a home-away-from-home pantry. While part of the excitement for me is to visit the grocery aisles and delis of the local destinations where I travel, it is nice to never have to buy the basics…as long as what is in the pantry has been stored properly, has not reached its expiration date, and appears clean. Minimums: Salt Pepper Sugar Flour Corn starch Baking soda (two boxes in case the refrigerator needs one) Everyday essentials: First night’s coffee, even if it is instant A...