When a business operates on someone else’s platform or website, they must play by that company’s rules and regulations. Some businesses that operate on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social networking platforms have realized the limitations and regulations can impact the growth of their business and sometimes cause it to shut down altogether. It may be easier to set up and operate a business on an existing platform, but having to operate in accordance with the platform’s rules can have consequences.
Now, according to a report on CNBC, some Airbnb and other home rental hosts are facing similar concerns on home rental booking platforms:
Airbnb hosts are building their own direct booking websites in revolt. https://t.co/UDQEYGWrfw
— CNBC (@CNBC) May 7, 2020
An excerpt from the article: