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“How To” guide details new photo management tools for owners

Photos are an important part of how travelers evaluate your property on TripAdvisor — our data shows that travelers are 150% more engaged on hotel listings that have 20 photos or more! In order to help owners best manage and showcase your photo content, we’ve created a few new tools.  Those tools, along with an explanation of the basics of photo display on TripAdvisor, are detailed in our new “How to Make the Most of Photo Content & New Photo Management Tools on TripAdvisor” guide which can be accessed here.   Check it out, and make sure that you’re doing all you can to enhance your listing with photo content. 

One of the new tools we discuss in the guide is the “Manage your property photo” page that has been added to the Owners’ Center. This page allows you to:

  • Designate which photo you want to have serve as your primary photo
  • Change your primary photo frequently, updating it for a new season, event, or property renovation
  • Delete old photos
  • Update photo captions

To use this feature, you need to go to your Owners’ Center and select “Manage your photos.” Please note that you will only see this page if you have uploaded photos for your property; you will not see it if you just have traveler-uploaded photos.  Once you are on the “Manage your photos” page, you will:

  • See a display of all owner-uploaded photos, sorted by upload date
  • Be able to select a primary photo, delete photos, and enter captions
  • Need to hit save to have changes take effect
  • See your changes on TripAdvisor in approximately 48 hours

Check out this new tool, along with the rest of the tips in the guide, and let us know what you think!

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