Category: social media
Instagram is not just for selfies anymore. With more than 200 million active users, Instagram is becoming a go-to hub for marketers to promote their brands on social media, and it’s no surprise that apartment companies are getting in on the action. Companies such as Reside Living and Contemporary Management Concepts have already scoped out Instagram’s potential and what […]
Your Current Approach to Marketing Could Make You Irrelevant. Fast. If you and your marketing team are still operating in a paradigm of business as usual, you are in a very difficult position. In fact, you might be facing extinction. These strong words are part of Duncan Alney’s upcoming keynote presentation — Agile Marketing: How
Savvy apartment marketers like yourself know that social media is going visual, and you’ve undoubtedly heard that image-heavy Pinterest is a great way to reach prospective residents and stay in front of current ones. (Considering Pinterest has 53 million monthly active users in the U.S., the odds are definitely in your favor.) So you set up a […]
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Americans celebrate the 4th of July with BBQs and fireworks, but brands can create “fireworks” of their own on social media this Independence Day. Check out the four must-reads below to learn how. 4th of July: Three Social Media Sites That Shouldn’t Take a Holiday By Deborah Sweeney Holidays are a prime opportunity to put
Subtweets: is it something that people in their early twenties do (and useless to marketing people) or does it contain hidden customer experience gems. There’s been a quiet phenomenon evolving in the social media landscape over the past several years. People are alluding to personal problems, politics, friends, family and even brands without directly mentioning