The Ultimate Guide to Managing Your Rental Inventory in 2019
Great rental management is possible only with successful inventory management. Here's our guide to managing and tracking rental inventory in...
Designing a website for your rental business isn’t easy. There are so many things to get right: visual branding, product photography, navigation, categorization, and an efficient way to accept, manage, and track reservations.
These days, building a site is relatively simple. A good rental website, however, requires more than a PDF catalog, pricing tables, and call-to-actions that desperately persuade people to get in touch. If you’re looking to build an effective rental website, we advise you to spend some time mapping out the experience you want to provide and design a process that helps you deal with online reservations.
However, giving you a step-by-step guide would be wrong. With great diversity in industries—and even more diversity in workflows—there is no one-size-fits-all solution for creating a successful rental website. Instead, we prefer to share some great examples with you. As we’re always on the lookout for new rental websites, we hope these will inspire you to build and optimize yours.
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