It seems that the blog craze is now being sold to innkeepers hook, line, and sinker. Many web design/marketing companies are setting up blogs for their clients with promises of increased traffic and higher occupancy rates. I am seeing more and more B&B blogs popping up that are being attached to B&B websites.
[From an interesting conversation on the old forum:]
B&B websites come in all shapes and sizes. The list of options can be intimidating. Some things are essential, some are not. Opinions vary, but if I had to narrow it down to three things, I would choose:
Taken from a conversation on the old forum:
One way to evaluate your bed and breakfast website is to have a fresh set of eyes look at it. Friends and guests will often tell you what you want to hear.