How have your hosting business relationships changed?

Online Community Manager in
London, United Kingdom
Online Community Manager
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Hey everyone,

 

I know that many of you have trusted co-hosts who assist in the management of your listing, which is especially helpful for Hosts who don’t live near their Airbnb.

 

I’m assuming that a great amount of that collaborative work was already done online, but I’m curious to know if the pandemic has transformed any aspect of how you and your partner work as a team. 🤓

 

What has recently changed in the way you and your co-host work together? How do you communicate and organise things when managing your listing?

 

Thanks,

Liv

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Re: How have your hosting business relationships changed?

in
Madison, WI
Level 5

Co-hosting has been another income stream for me and it helps my neighbor who wouldn't be able to manage his rental himself, so it's been great! The only thing is that the City of Madison (WI) will not allow my name, as co-host, to appear on Airbnb's site. It's a huge monkey wrench. I just wanted Airbnb to know about that. I've been a Superhost at my own house for nearly about 6 years, as long as the program has existed. I'm about to open up a new Airbnb in a historic house in Arena, WI and am so excited about the restoration project! 

Re: How have your hosting business relationships changed?

Online Community Manager in
London, United Kingdom
Online Community Manager

Hi @Samantha-and-Bruce0,

Thanks for sharing! Do you also have a co-host helping you with your own listing?

Good luck with the new house, that sounds exciting 😊

Re: How have your hosting business relationships changed?

in
Madison, WI
Level 5

No, I don't have a co-host for our own listing. I have wanted to remain the primary contact and I have made it my priority. It's fun!

Re: How have your hosting business relationships changed?

Online Community Manager in
London, United Kingdom
Online Community Manager

Oh, that's lovely @Samantha-and-Bruce0! I'm glad to hear you've been having fun with hosting 😊

Re: How have your hosting business relationships changed?

in
New Delhi, India
Level 2

Not a home host, an experience host here. But talking of co-hosting, just wanted to give a huge shout out to our country manager Sharan, who activated cohosting last month for Indian Online Experiences. 

 

She talked about how cohosting in experiences was still challenging in India due to record checks of each person and how online experiences had zero physical interaction and hence it was activated for Indian hosts! Great feature! 

Passionate about life!
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