though you may not think so!
We’re just a few weeks from the first ever (and sold out) ‘in person’ edition of the Vacation Rental World Summit and we’d like to extend this post to our entire community.
Andy and Jessica want to really give their best in this session on copywriting, so they asked if we could share their thoughts among attendees and the outer community of fellow peers prior to the event.
Would you give us your feedback?
NOTE: We’ll gladly share the recordings of their session after the event with those of you who will help us out, on a special “friends only” broadcast we’ll give you access to, so it’s a win-win.
Andy & Jessica’s Open Letter To You
As the glorious summer fades and guests depart, many vacation rental professionals will start to look inwards (after some down time to recharge of course!)
- How can I improve on last year?
- What do I need to action in the off season?
- What tasks should I prioritise?
What better place to find those answers than during the upcoming conference season?
Whether it’s VRMA, LiveRez, the Airbnb Open, HomeAway’s Summit, or the Vacation Rental World Summit, the purpose is the same: Learn, improve, network and have some fun!
Whilst these events are great places to learn new tricks, you do run the risk of exiting a session having learnt, well, nothing. Either the session title was misleading, or the content wasn’t relevant to your specific setup, or the speakers weren’t engaging.
As speakers at the upcoming VRWS we’re acutely aware that attendees have invested time and money to be present. For that reason we want our session to be as useful and engaging as possible. It’s our goal to ensure that everyone leaves our session with the opinion that it added value to their business.
With this in mind we’re asking all attendees of the VRWS to let us know what they’d like from our session.
We’ll be talking about how to use written content to engage your guests. Here’s the full overview of our session: