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  “I’ve included a few links on this MultifamilyPro blog posting for you to investigate further so be sure to check those out. If you’ve got any questions or comments feel free to tweet me, leave a comment below or even tweet I hope this tip was helpful and stay tuned for one […]

Over the past few years multifamily marketing has felt obligated to create a dynamic presence on every social media platform available. Now that our industry is getting the idea that the current set of the coolest, newest social media platforms is never going to be a static group, and that there will always be the new and cool social […]

The marketing/sales “funnel”  that marketers are so focused on is outdated with respect to today’s social consumers.The traditional customer journey, or sales funnel, is one directional. As prospective customers make their way throughthe funnel, they pass through stages: Awareness, Interest,Evaluation, Commitment, Referral, and (hopefully) Repetition.The framework doesn’t account for any type of outside influence resulting […]

Team-Building and Traffic Generation x2 Our goal at Newport and Concord Village is to cross-train all our staff, increase qualified traffic, encourage return visits, and improve our closing ratios. In addition, by cross-training, we will be able to improve the market-ready condition of our vacant apartments and decrease the response time to our maintenance requests. […]

Make Your Community a Stop on the Tour Route “If you’re marketing to families, why not host field trips to your community from the local schools. This can be an educational opportunity for children to see how a community runs. Have your head service technician explain maintenance. Let the grounds people show off their work […]

I have a few thoughts to share on the topic of social media today, and I should tell you up front that I intend this post to provoke conversation, and I hope you’ll participate! You all know how passionate I am about the need to begin using social media now, because I truly do believe […]

Companies spend millions each year asking agencies and marketers to brand their companies in order to reach more prospects. But, how often do these same companies look carefully at the brand that is already built for them by their loyal, current customers? Like it or not, your mhelpdesk “fan base” already has built your brand […]