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A properly executed marketing strategy can increase your B&B's profit margin by as much as 20% in a single year. The online tools you need include proper inventory management, social media, rising 'cumulative' search engine exposure, and decreasing online commission costs. See the top reasons why a free listing on the Instant World Booking network gets you started to achieve these goals:
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