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Ways to Work with Online Travel Agencies
If you’re in the hotel industry, there's a good chance your property is working with online travel agencies (OTAs). These companies’ websites are often among the first places people check when looking for lodging. And while working with OTAs gives your property visibility, the 15-30% commission fees can cut into your profits.
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Missy LeBelle, the general manager at the High Point Inn, talks about the change she has seen in the hotel industry over the last 16 years, and ways her business has stayed relevant.
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