Tag Archives: social media
Posted on 21. Jul, 2015 by Marc Courtenay.
It’s been one year since my article urging property managers to “Get Yelp for Your Property Management Business.” Hopefully you heeded my suggestions and are reaping good results, because when used effectively and consistently, Yelp brings attention to any business that is customer-centric. If your marketing and management efforts are successful, the world will know […]
Posted on 13. Jul, 2015 by Rachel Jefferson.
To be successful on social media, you need to build up a strong following and write clear, compelling content. In a recent article from Inman titled “5 Methods to Tweet Your Way to Online Real Estate Success,” Digital Marketer Lucie Simpson shares examples of using Twitter right. It’s an essential tool for property managers in connecting with current […]
Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by Alexis Hammond.
Part 2 of this informative eBook from Social Media Expert, Charity Zierten. She shares insider tips on how to use local social techniques to strengthen your brand message, building relationships and encourage loyalty with prospects and residents. Download Your eBook Here
Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by Alexis Hammond.
Interested in learning how to attract and retain residents through social media? Social Media Expert, Charity Zierten shares insider tips on how to use local social techniques to strengthen your brand message, building relationships and encourage loyalty with prospects and residents. She believes that in order to be more effective, it’s all about managing customer […]
Posted on 04. Nov, 2013 by Bryan Ives.
Learn how your property management business can get more exposure on social media in our latest complimentary eBook, “Expert Advice: Social Media Secrets For Property Management Professionals.” In this eBook, you will learn how to approach critical Yelp reviews, the best ways to be found on Pinterest, how to bring value to your Facebook page and much more.
Posted on 12. Sep, 2013 by Tara Armbruster.
Before a renter actually goes out and looks at apartment complexes, she browses online to find locations that she might like. Social media has created an opportunity to win over prospective renters before they even visit your complex’s website. But just mentioning your available units is not enough, especially if you’re managing a large property. You need to get creative.
Posted on 01. Apr, 2013 by Jennifer St. James.
Yes, I heard your collective sigh of frustration when you read that title. Yes, I know that every day seems to bring another form of Internet marketing that you just “have to” be using. But trust me when I say that this one is different. Who hasn’t heard of Google by now? Probably even people living under rocks have used Google to find out exactly what type of rock that is overhead.
Posted on 10. Oct, 2012 by Marc Courtenay.
This conversational experience on LinkedIn reinforces my belief that social media is working in a big way. Not only to attract business for our property managers, but to solicit new ideas and fresh perspectives. An example was the next comment from John, who weighed in with his point of view that deepened the scope of the conversation.
Posted on 17. Jan, 2012 by Charity Hisle.
With over 4 million users, Pinterest is now in the top 10 list of social networks! It is a unique (and public) website that allows users to organize and share images and videos from across the web with one another. Think of Pinterest as an online bulletin board!
Posted on 10. Mar, 2011 by Lisa Trosien.
Start using testimonials in your leasing office, in your models, on your website and even on your collateral materials. Have a variety of demographic groups in your testimonials. The 65 year old empty nester couple might not relate well to the 22 year old roommates fresh out of college in their first jobs, you know?
Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by Charity Hisle.
How can an apartment community build their fan count by appealing to the good will of others? Below are two strategies to kick off a brainstorming session this holiday season.
Posted on 03. Nov, 2010 by Aimee Miller.
Now that you’ve created a Facebook Fan Page for your Property Management company you need to actually post things to it that are interesting to your audience! If your Facebook Fan pages are filled with vacancies, updates and specials, it will take you a while to build a great fan base. Ask yourself – what would I find interesting, useful or entertaining?
Using Social Media in the Property Management Business: Interview with Kayla Morris Roeder, Cambridge Management Group
Posted on 30. Sep, 2010 by Aimee Miller.
Kayla is one of the Owners of Cambridge Management Group and is also on the Board of Directors at the San Diego Apartment Association. Recently I was able to interview her and ask her about how she uses social media in her business.
Posted on 19. Aug, 2010 by Heather Blume.
I tell people repeatedly that I’d rather that they had no Facebook page than seeing a poorly thought out and executed one. Yet, I keep logging on, “liking” pages, and seeing sales pitches. If you go for the direct sale, you’re going to lose. Consider these stats from the video “Socialnomics”.
Posted on 16. Aug, 2010 by Charity Hisle.
Can apartment communities increase their fan base AND acquire leads? Absolutely! We can take a page from a few top brands using Facebook today and apply similar techniques to our own marketing strategies. Here are 4 tips for getting leads on Facebook.
Posted on 26. Apr, 2010 by Aimee Miller.
In this April 22nd webinar video recording, Mike Whaling, social media expert for the residential property management industry, talks about how property managers can use social media (think Facebook, Twitter, blogging) to connect with current and prospective residents as well as prospective owners.
Posted on 18. Feb, 2010 by Heather Blume.
I see a lot of properties and companies doing a cannonball in the deep end of the Facebook swimming pool. I’d estimate that I’m “friended” or “followed” by at least six new properties or management companies a week.
Posted on 19. Jan, 2010 by Charity Hisle.
In my last post “10 Tips for Property Managers Using Facebook”, we discussed the most important things you need to know to get your community Fan Page started on Facebook. Now that you have a Fan Page, what do you do?
Here are 5 ideas for building your audience on Facebook.
Posted on 29. Dec, 2009 by Aimee Miller.
I love Chris Brogan’s articles and have been reading them for quite some time now. Chris is a renowned social media expert with a history of helping businesses create online relationships with their audience. So it was with great pleasure that I read his most recent post, “If I were a Realtor.”
Posted on 23. Dec, 2009 by Aimee Miller.
SoftwareAdvice.com recently sent out a survey to learn more about how property managers are using technology in their business. A few interesting highlights: 1. Almost half of the companies surveyed grew their business last year – either growing by increased revenue or more units. This is great to hear in a struggling market! But how […]
Posted on 21. Dec, 2009 by Charity Hisle.
Facebook is opening doors for property managers to engage in conversation with residents and their local community. The question everyone wants to know is, how? It’s easier than you might think! Here are 10 tips for apartment communities using Facebook.