Digital marketing has become a fundamental part of integrated marketing strategies across various industries — yes, even in senior living and 55+ housing. Countless resources are available to aid your senior living digital marketing efforts. This month, we’ll look at tools, resources and best practices you can use to implement and evaluate your digital marketing strategy.
Social media has changed the way businesses market their products to customers. This includes Baby Boomers and older demographics. In this month’s roundup, learn how older consumers engage with platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and how you can promote your products to them using these channels.
As the weather continues to warm up, the Creating Results team to is excited to hit the road for various conferences and shows in the coming months. Up next, we’ll be in Virginia Beach, Virginia, for a keynote address about social media marketing by yours truly at the Coordinated Services Management (CSM) Seminar which will be held April 17-18.
During this keynote, titled Social Silver Surfers: Their Digital Preferences & How to Effectively Engage with Them on Social Media, I’ll be sharing with team members from all of CSM’s communities how senior living industry providers can leverage social media to engage prospects and tell their brands’ stories. Here are a few tips for social media marketing that I’ll be sharing during my presentation.
An increasing number of organizations are investing in developing "voice and tone" as part of their communication strategy, recognizing how important it is to deliver content that consistently supports and reflects their brand. This is especially valuable for 55+ and senior living communities. Having a consistent brand voice and tone can help build trust and affinity with mature consumers, a market that came of age in an era when conversation and face-to-face interaction were the norm.
It’s a new year and we’re already working on new blog posts about some of the hot topics in senior living and 55+ real estate.
But first, here’s a look at our most popular posts from 2018. Find out which topics kept readers coming back for more and discover content you may have missed the first time around!
You’ve decided to take the plunge into the social media world and more specifically, Facebook. You’ve created a Facebook business page, posted some recent articles from your favorite resource, and liked a few posts from competitors and their followers. Yet your followers aren’t liking your posts or sharing those educational articles. You take it a step farther and boost a…
Baby Boomers are no longer new to social media. Many have adopted apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in their daily lives, yet marketers are still hesitant to market to this demographic, thus neglecting an audience of more than 76 million people in the US. In this month’s roundup, we look at why marketers should market to older adults through social media, and the best ways to do so.
Many marketers have an “old vs. new” mentality when considering the marketing channels they should employ to capture their 55+ active adult prospects. Obviously digital is the present and the future — but is that where most of your budget should be spent? How effective are traditional channels like print and direct mail? Are they defunct and therefore a waste…
In 2013, we blogged about smartphone and tablet usage in the United States by age and gender. In those five years, a lot has changed: A mobile-first focus for websites, better information access, new social media apps, enhanced online shopping and more. Here's an updated look at the current landscape of mobile device ownership and usage, especially among older 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!