Yes, the linked word "infographic" redirects to an online version. Once you click you can zoom in and out using browser settings.
We will ask our creative department to help optimize images with fine print for future posts.
HomeAway Marketing Manager
The online version is still a "picture" and cannot be read aloud by the browser speech assistant.
Also, I was shocked to read the payment terms:
So does this mean that there is no plan for "advance payments" with the new in-house HomeAway payments, which would be contrary to what the HomeAway representatives have told us on this forum.
It is either not there or I cannot see it - HOW do travelers search? Where is the part when Lola decided to go on vacation to X and how did she search for X.
How she enters dates etc.
We have long asked to give travelers a search option like "any 3 nights available between June 1st and Aug 10th" plus normal filters (location, number of people/bedrooms etc).
Amanda....many of the owners of VR’s are also guests in other homes. So, I use ALL the filters to find exactly what I want.
When I first use Vrbo 10+ years ago, I used the Vrbo search, found a property and booked......No longer.
Now I realize that this is not the type of information that you were looking for, but I think that the more familiar that guests become with all the filters the more they will use them.
For me is isn’t about the booking process but about the property I am choosing.
At the risk of beating the dead horse -- I think we all know how people contact us and the choices offered to book instantly, etc. etc. And, your "how they search" is really only an overview of why certain properties do better or worse in page ranking in the search -- not how they got those search results. Back up one step and tell us that.
What would actually be interesting would be how many people in my town, for example use a filter for certain features of the home... like they want tennis, or a hot tub, or a full size washer/dryer. How many of them search with specific dates, what's the bell curve look like for number of beds requested (should I add a sleep sofa to get more guests? Yes, no?)
Now, when you go tell the marketing team that we want to know this stuff, they'll probably tell you that this is top secret and they can't just tell us, their partners, because some sneaky guy from Air will come and steal their intel. Tell them, that ship has sailed and the hearty types who have not switched over to Air already could use a little help.