Tag Archives: Social Media Apartment Marketing

The Online Revolution: How Landlords Can Stay Relevant in a Digital Marketplace

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You’ve probably heard it all before – social media is the where the action is, being online is the best way to market yourself, you need to keep a finger on the pulse of the latest technology, and on it goes. Chances are, you already have a Facebook page and Twitter account for your property. But are you really using them to their full potential? Anyone can send out a Tweet or two each day, but it’s the truly innovative who use social media to reach people like never before. Whether you want to work on creating brand loyalty or launch a social media campaign that will engage the online community and expand your reach like never before, it’s time to up your online ante.
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Take Control of Your Condo or Apartment’s Web Presence by Investing Time Online and on Social Media

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By Jessica Green, Director, Cursive

In 2011 alone, YouTube reported more than 1 trillion views. That’s 140 views for every person on the planet. Facebook’s following of 750 million users is nothing to scoff at either. Having more than doubled its number of Canadian users to 6% to 14% since 2009, LinkedIn is no slouch. And you know that networking site that forces you to craft a thoughtful statement in 140 characters or less? It’s called Twitter and it hit more than 140 million users last year, so stop pretending that you don’t know how to pronounce it and start getting chatty. Take Control of Your Condo or Apartment’s Web Presence by Investing Time Online and on Social Media Read More

Using Social Media to Increase your Online Profile

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These days, it seems that everyone is on social media. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or even Pinterest, social media is what people use to connect with each other quickly and share ideas and opinions. If you are a landlord, having a presence on social media is important to keep in touch with your tenants, connect with other landlords and stay up-to-date on industry news and trends. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started on your social media journey! Using Social Media to Increase your Online Profile Read More

Real Estate Marketing Services RentSeeker.ca Offers

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Here at RentSeeker.ca, our Team is dedicated to providing Real Estate and Apartment Owners leading edge Marketing Services to showcase Properties on RentSeeker.ca and across the web. Real Estate Marketing Services RentSeeker.ca Offers Read More

Marketing & Renting Your Apartments using Word of Mouth Advertising

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When it comes to marketing your apartments for rent, generating an organic foundation of buzz is a key component to staying afloat in this digital age of social media. Word-of-mouth marketing is a powerful tool that is virtually limitless! Below are some examples of getting the ball rolling on your word-of-mouth campaign. Marketing & Renting Your Apartments using Word of Mouth Advertising Read More

Using Social Media: Engagement vs. Marketing for the Apartment Rental Industry

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We’re all on Facebook. And if you’re not, 483 million daily active users are. And if we’re not personally hooked up to a page, chances are, the company we work for is. Then there’s Twitter, this little micro-blogging beast that boasts upwards of 140,000,000 active users. And don’t forget about YouTube, the second-largest search engine, which is owned by Google itself and receives 60 hours of video per minute.
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Grown-Up Marketing – How to Target Seniors Searching Apartments for Rent

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There’s nothing worse than being treated as though you’re something that you’re not. It’s like being back in highschool and getting scolded when you’re not the one doing the talking. For baby boomers, it’s being marketing to as though the deathbed is behind the next door. There is a common misconception among rental market advertising that seniors are out of touch, that they’re not as actively involved online and that they’re not nearly as important an audience as their kids and grandkids. Grown-Up Marketing – How to Target Seniors Searching Apartments for Rent Read More