Even though we stay 92-96% booked every month, month after month, year after year, the silly "price tips" continue to chime in that we should drop our rates by some percentage (8%, 11%, etc) or by some dollar amount (which always seems randomly made up) because "131 people looked at your listing this week but booked elsewhere for $XX less. Consider reducing your rates by X%".
The reason that all those people booked elsewhere is because WE ARE ALWAYS FULLY BOOKED even at the rates we charge.
Please add some f'ing intelligence to your simplistic algorithms, AirBnB. For example, try learning how to analyze dates way, way off in the future (3-6 months) and offer suggestions for that. Or figure out how to compare the booking statistics for various places in an area and take into account which ones book up 80% 3 months in advance and 95% 2 months in advance versus those that are only booked 45% for the current month.
My point is that your current analysis and algorithms are essentially meaningless and, most likely, leading new, inexperienced hosts astray. Also, they're quite annoying.