Covering everything from host success tips to travel inspiration and company news, the Airbnb Blog is a great resource for beginner and experienced hosts alike. For ease of navigation, Airbnb has split its blog content into categories. These include news; wanderlust; hospitality; local lens; events; stories and trust & safety. Plus, all content is available in over 10 languages.
Expert hosting duo Jim Breese and Symon He are the brains behind this Airbnb blog. As well as informative posts on just about everything Airbnb-related (insurance, safety, cleaning – you name it, they’ve written about it), LearnAirbnb also runs a host masterclass with live Q&As and listing workshops.
Stuck for ideas on how to decorate your property before listing it on Airbnb? 1 Chic Retreat can help. In fact, Mercedes Brennan can help with just about anything that involves interior design and getting more bookings!
The Lodgify blog is packed with content regarding marketing your property on Airbnb, updates to the platform, ideas to keep your listing ahead of your competition, and tips for achieving more bookings.
Not just an Airbnb management agency that’s trusted by owners across the world, GuestReady’s blog also helps owners like you prepare your rental for incoming guests, paving the way for anyone to become a Superhost.
After discovering Airbnb during a nomadic year on the road with their dog, the couple behind bnbNomad now share clever tips for hosts, quick tricks for guests, and the best Airbnb properties from their trips around the world.
The world’s largest marketplace of short-term and vacation rental service providers, Padlifter, also has a helpful blog with hosting tips and resources. As well as this, they recently released a shortlist of the top 100 blogs, and Lodgify was featured!
Mashvisor has a category in their blog dedicated to navigating Airbnb rentals that’s useful to both newbies and seasoned hosts. Ranging from topics like increasing revenue to legal regulations, Mashvisor has created a guide that’s applicable to any vacation rental business.
Looking for tips from experienced and successful Airbnb hosts? The Airbnb Tips Blog has an extensive list of resources that can help transform the future of your business. Whether you’re interested in improving your Airbnb SEO or getting a 5-star rating, you’ll find what you’re looking for!
We’ve mentioned him before and we’ll mention him again! Daniel Rusteen, the founder of Optimize My Bnb (which is actually a book as well), started off working at Airbnb and then ended up becoming a host himself. That said, his frequently updated blog provides an abundance of information to help hosts make more money.
With a much more technical focal point, Medium has created a category in their blog for Airbnb Engineering topics. Learn about financial technology, infrastructure, artificial intelligence, and data from Airbnb based articles.
What stands out from the Airhost Academy blog is their ultimate shopping guide for hosts. From bathrooms to closets, this complete guide provides recommendations to design the perfect vacation rental experience.
Couple Devin and Sarah have put together a range of relevant topics from tips for first time Airbnb users to guides on co-hosting a vacation rental.
Bonus: Airbnb forums
As well as Airbnb blogs, there are a few forums we really recommend checking out for all your Airbnb hosting needs. These communities are built around hosts helping one another out with everything from optimizing listings to spotting potential scams.
The Airbnb Community forum is a place for all hosts to explore tips and tricks, connect locally via meetups and clubs and get support from others, or provide support to your fellow hosts. It’s easy to start a conversation or contribute to existing ones.
Although not officially affiliated with Airbnb, the AirHostsForum is continuously growing from strength to strength, and now has around 14,000 active members and more than 338,000 posts, covering all sorts of topics and queries related to Airbnb hosting.
Reddit hosts tight-knit communities of passionate individuals. But beware: Reddit users aren’t big fans of self-promotion. Join and engage with the Reddit community to get help for all your burning Airbnb questions.