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Revealed: the areas in the UK with one Airbnb for every four homes | Airbnb | The Guardian
The Guardian cross-referenced a database of more than 250,000 Airbnb listings with government housing stock figures to calculate the “penetration rate” of Airbnbs in 8,000 areas across England, Wales and Scotland. Across the whole of Great Britain, there were 0.8 Airbnb listings for every 100 homes.
Listings data – covering the six months to January – was provided by Inside Airbnb, a non-commercial project that aims to highlight the impact of the service on residential housing markets.
dj  airbnb  Guardian  housing  tourism  gigeconomy 
5 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
We hired Fiverr workers to write about Fiverr's IPO — Quartz
Unsure about Grammarly’s assessment, I also dropped a couple lines at random into Google. This revealed that the first half of Five Dollar’s story was lifted largely from a piece written by MarketWatch, while the second half was a loose revision of a post by TechCrunch.
gigeconomy  contentfarms  plagiarism  fiverr 
june 2019 by paulbradshaw
Fewer homes for rent, as landlords move flats onto Airbnb - BBC News
However, Airbnb disputes the findings and denies that a growing number of its clients are landlords.
In its report, the RLA says 41% of properties advertised on Airbnb in the capital are multiple listings - in other words involve one owner advertising several properties.
dj  airbnb  gigeconomy  housing  report 
september 2016 by paulbradshaw

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