From the San Diego Union Tribune, June 10, 2015
“We put [the listing] on autopilot for you,” Conway said. “But it is transparent. You know who is coming in, and you can see pictures of your place between each stay. You could be across the world and know that your home is in good hands.”
“Pillow makes sense for those hosts who want to use Airbnb to make more money, but can’t afford to be as hands-on,” said Matthew Wong, a research analyst at CB Insights, which tracks private companies and emerging industries. But Pillow’s pricing model presents a lot of risk and opportunity, he added.