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You’ve probably heard that blogging and posting relevant content is an incredibly useful tool to help increase traffic to your website and your services. Relevant case studies have shown that consistently investing in blogging efforts can significantly increase organic website traffic. In fact, on average, companies that consistently blog produce 67% more leads per month compared to those that don’t. More leads equal more revenue for your property management company. Click here to keep reading!
Did you know that 409 million people view 20 billion web pages every month?! This shows you how blogging is as relevant as ever. Even though most people are skimming blog posts, this doesn't reduce the efficacy of blogging. This is especially true for property management marketing.
If you are wondering what content marketing is and how to start creating property management content, keep reading to find out.
Social media continues to prove to be a valuable channel for property managers to help reach and convert customers. With over 4.33 billion users on social media, consistently posting engaging content will only help you get seen by more people.
With limited time and resources as a property manager, it's important to identify your target customer. Once your target customer is identified, make the most out of the social platforms where those potential customers are, further proving your expertise in property management. Click here to keep reading!
From marketing your property management services in specific cities to sharing your pricing or even providing a library video, custom landing pages are a great way to help you achieve your marketing initiatives.
There are many different reasons behind adding additional landing pages to your website, check out the examples below for our most popular additions. Click here to find out more!
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