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Welcome to the Scrumpy blog - Here we post about the latest news, new features, tips and special offers. 

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We feel that having a Facebook page is important for your holiday property. It is a great way of interacting with guests and gaining interest for potential bookings. Facebook can be used to enhance your online presence in many ways such as posting up new pictures of your property or letting people know of late availability and special offers.

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Having a Twitter page for your holiday property is a great way of reaching out to potential customers and increasing traffic to your holiday property website. We have come up with a simple guide on how to set up a Twitter account for your holiday property to maximise your interaction with potential guests.

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Google+ although not the most popular social network is very important in terms of getting your content out there and potentially improving your search presence to drive more customers to your website. Here is a short guide on how to set up Google+ for your holiday property.

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We have just launched the first wave of social integration features that are going to simplify the process of managing your social media presence. We’ve got deep integration with Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter with automatic blog article sharing, album syncing, comments on blog articles and more.

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We will soon be launching the first wave of social integration features that are going to simplify the process of managing your social media presence. Our new social integration features are going to help you to grow, capitalise and engage with your social audience.

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Group Stays is Scrumpy's first agency website which means as well as having the features of a normal Scrumpy website, the Group Stay's website includes advanced agency features such as instant sign up for property owners and the agency report to reveal outgoing enquiries and referrals.

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