Wouldn’t it be great if prospects saw your product, fell in love with it and signed the contract on the spot? Or at the very least followed some kind of linear formula from tour to sale? Unfortunately, we know that just like life, the journey from prospect to homeowner isn’t so straightforward. That's why it's important for you to understand…
Back in 2010, we extolled the benefits of using radio to market to Baby Boomers. But we warned you then that very soon traditional radio wouldn’t be the only game in town. Well, we were right, and we were wrong. The era of audio marketing is upon us. With increasingly tech-savvy seniors, it can be a smart addition to your…
Traditions of America has been building and selling homes in the Pittsburgh area since 2008. Specializing in 55+ active communities, the builder has delivered thousands of homes in its growing portfolio of communities throughout Pennsylvania. Interest in the Traditions of America’s lifestyle and custom home options skyrocketed with Sewickley Ridge in 2014, its second community in Pittsburgh, which sold out in…
As a 55+ homebuilder, how do you capture 55+ active adult prospects, stay top of mind and ultimately convert them to a sale, given the plethora of housing options for mature consumers? Through our latest Social Silver Surfers study, we found out the best (and worst) strategies straight from your prospective homeowners themselves. Surefire Strategies for Capturing 55+ Active Adults:…
Trying to reach baby boomers and seniors online? Here’s the latest look at how 50+ adults use the internet — and how you can use this data to improve your marketing strategies. See who's online, how they get online and what they do when they're there!
Happy Thanksgiving week from the Creating Results family to yours. May your bellies, hearts and glasses be full this holiday season.
Every Monday, we do a ‘round-up’ of the most engaging mature marketing content, but in the spirit of kicking off the holiday season, we thought we would offer some tips on how you can successfully market your senior living products and services this holiday season.
Next week is Halloween.
In many places, there will be no costumed children going door-to-door for sweets. Instead they’ll hit malls, church parking lot “trunk or treat” events, or another alternative. Like the candy sold in stores, Halloween has been shrunk down and packaged for our safety.
While Halloween may no longer be a night of frights, it turns out that seniors do have some valid fears … about digital marketing!
Our Social, Silver Surfers research revealed two areas that spook the very consumers we hope to enchant on our websites.
I hate parading my serenading | As I'll probably miss a bar,| But if this ditty is not so pretty | At least it'll tell you | How great you are. - Cole Porter, “You’re the Top”
Creating Results’ Social, Silver Surfers e-book recently went live on Amazon and iBooks. This is the latest edition of a proprietary national study of Boomers' and seniors' digital marketing preferences. Three chapters explore what older adults do/don’t want from social media marketing, websites generally and housing/senior living websites specifically.
At times the picture the data paints isn’t so pretty.
Dissatisfaction with websites has risen with each edition of Social, Silver Surfers. Respondents have more to complain about and do so in greater volume.
Today we’re sharing insights which, if applied to website development, could help your organization become – if not the top – more effective with mature consumers.
Today we went live on Amazon and iBooks with the latest e-book in our "Social, Silver Surfers" study of Boomers' and seniors' digital marketing preferences.
This one-of-a-kind proprietary national study of 40+ers began in 2010. That first Social, Silver Surfers effort resulted in a small PDF that captured what older adults like / don’t like about websites and social media. Creating Results repeated and expanded our research in 2013, this time publishing an Amazon e-book which captures the data and related marketing recommendations.
The most important result, however, has been the improved effectiveness of our client’s digital marketing programs.
We’ve also received positive feedback from those who are targeting Baby Boomers and seniors in a variety of industries. These marketing pros tell us their ROI improved by applying the tips from Social, Silver Surfers.
That motivated us to go even further with this new e-book.
Even with the big game between the Capitals and the Penguins scheduled for tonight, the weekly roundup is still the highlight of our Monday here at Creating Results.
This week, we take a look at the impact Generation X will have on the workplace and how that could play a role in marketing to this generation in the coming year. Also, Joseph Coughlin of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab shares what he believes are the five misperceptions of aging and technology.