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Last chance to win an amazing hotel guidebook!

OMG IT’S THE LAST DAY TO ENTER THE NO VACANCY COMPETITION!

Breathe, you can still go into the running.

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But today is your very last day.

No Vacancy, a step-by-step guide written and created by Nick Bonney who has spent time working with Tourism Australia, Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Virgin Australia, is designed to help you uncover new ways to increase your bookings by approaching your business creatively.

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Online travel agencies (OTAs) and disrupters such as Airbnb have given your guests the power to make and change their mind on a whim.

Because your guests have greater access to reviews and other travel information, their expectations have become higher than ever – making it harder and more important, to build brand loyalty and stand out from your competition.

No Vacancy gives you the tools, step-by-step advice and confidence to target the right audience, maximise the efficiency of your marketing strategy, initiate a complete rebrand or even build a new brand from the ground up.

Even if you have a thriving accommodation business, you will find bucket loads of information to tweak and use to optimise the return from both new and repeat guests.

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So how do you get your hands on one of these awesome books for FREE?

Simply take a peek at No Vacancy’s website right here and tell us what is the name of the Japanese ski lodge that No Vacancy recently helped.

Then send your answer to competition@themisfits.media by Friday afternoon to be in the running.

And here’s even more good news, if you miss out on the giveaway, you can get a further 50% off any purchase of No Vacancy. Simply use this code at checkout TRAVELWEEKLY2017.

*Limited time only. eBook only and it doesn’t apply to paperback versions on Amazon.

Head to the website now! This giveaway ends Friday and is sure to attract plenty of entrants.

Go forth!

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