Airbnb

Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging. It has over 500,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. Founded in August 2008 and headquartered in San Francisco, the company is privately owned and operated by Airbnb, Inc.Users of the site must register and create a personal online profile before using the site. Every property is associated with a host whose profile includes recommendations by other users, reviews by previous guests, as well as a response rating and private messaging system.As of July 2011, the company had raised $119.
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    … Businesses on Twitter can now take advantage of two new features for the social network’s direct messages: quick replies and welcome messages. Product manager Ian Cairns introduced the new features Tuesday in a blog post, saying that they begin rolling out Tuesday. According to Cairns, welcome messages allow businesses to greet users and set…

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    … the launch that video carousel ads can be run seamlessly across Instagram and Facebook, and they can be created in Facebook’s Ads Manager, Power Editor or marketing application-programming interface. Taco Bell, ASOS, Macy’s and Airbnb were among the advertisers involved in the beta-test, and Instagram featured campaigns by Disney (pictured above…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 11 readers -
  • Friday Talk: How Airbnb designs for Trust – Joe Gebbia

    … Trust is one of the biggest things in marketing. Built the right trust and people will buy. But how to get that? By understanding who you are talking to. Something Airbnb understands really well. Joe Gebbia, co-founder of Airbnb, explains how AirBnB looks at trust. A really inspiring and thought-provoking talk. Post from Bas van den Beld …

    Bas Van Den Beld/ State of Digitalin How To's- 5 readers -
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