3.2 billion people around the world use social media on a daily basis. It is quickly taking over the world of digital marketing as more, and more users are relying on it to actually make their choices. Social media can completely change your apartment marketing. It can establish an online presence for your multi-family apartments, and ultimately lead to more prospects. Additionally, social media can make your current residents feel like they’re a part of a community.
Everything you need to know about Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram management and marketing. In this article, we’ll look at some best practices for developing a productive social media strategy for apartments, from identifying your target market and picking the appropriate platforms to develop interesting content and measuring your results. This free guide will provide you with the insights you need to succeed, whether you’re new to social media marketing or trying to enhance your current strategy.
So where do you begin?
At Market Apartments, we’ve compiled a Free Social Media Guide specifically designed for apartments. In this guide, you will find everything that you need to know about Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. It will also show you the best way to utilize each app, and teach you how to increase your online presence.
Instagram General Tips
- Respond to all comments. Always get engaged with your audience.
- Ask your residents to tag you in their photos and stories.
- Repost your residents’ pictures onto your feed or story.
- Be sure to use a business profile to track your analytics.
- Tag your apartment location in your posts.
- Try to post on Instagram at least 2 times a week.
- Retweet any tweet about your apartment community
- Encourage residents to live tweet any resident event using a specific hashtag.
- If someone mentions you in a tweet, make sure to reply back to it.
- Don’t use hashtag keywords in your tweets that are irrelevant.
- Provide more context in your tweets
Facebook General Tips
- Encourage residents to review your page.
- Post pictures from residents’ events. Create an album for each event. Unlike Instagram and Twitter, you’re not limited to how many pictures you can post.
- Try Facebook ads when you’re looking to promote your apartment move-in specials.
- Don’t tag people you don’t know.
Sign up for our free social media guide for apartments now!
In this guide you will find:
- Instructions on how to create social media posts.
- Directions that are specific to each app.
- Helpful tips for developing an online presence.
- How to make a content calendar, and host a giveaway.
- Free 50 social media post ideas.
- Free social media graphics.
The world of social media is now at your fingertips, and we can’t wait to see your online reputation transform because of it.
How is your apartment community using social media? What other ideas would you add to our guide? Which ideas will you try?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, and for more marketing tips read our recent post about the best apartment marketing strategies to implement.
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