As digital trends continue to change, and social media platforms become a more dominant tool, content marketing continues to be at the forefront. If you look at the digital marketing landscape, it’s multiple networks, tools, and websites pushing out the same thing – content.
The goal of your marketing efforts is to attract your target audience to your community. You create emails, blog articles, resources, graphics, and more to highlight your community’s amenities, services, and beautiful grounds. However, you may not realize that one of your strongest marketing assets are the residents that currently call your community home.
The age of digital marketing is upon us, and it is a lively one. If you are wondering, “how can my community benefit from digital marketing?”, you may be shocked to learn just how valuable it can be to the senior living industry!
A strong digital marketing strategy does a lot of things – it allows you to build your brand, manage your online reputation, create and distribute information about your senior living community or services, and more. But, what is the end goal?
Three fundamental goals of content marketing are brand awareness, increasing traffic to your website and increasing reach without increasing costs. Content marketing is a long-term strategy that allows you to continue to gain leads without breaking your marketing budget.
You can tell a lot about a business by its storefront. Your website is your virtual storefront; a chance for your potential residents and their family members to learn about your senior living community – what you offer, where you are located, and what makes you different.
If you are thinking about your marketing efforts, then the question of paid ads has crossed your mind. Maybe you know of other senior living communities using them, but you've heard a mix of horror stories and great successes, so you have no idea what's right for you.
Generating content for your senior living brand is one of the most powerful ways to drive traffic to your website. When you put that content in blog form, it can serve as a platform for a multitude of purposes. Blogs can educate, inform, and entertain.
A professional website for a senior living company is a significant investment. You’re often spending tons of money and time to build something that has the potential to bring you a high quantity of leads and give people a great first impression of your community. But the problem is, if you don’t do anything to increase your website traffic you’ll get nowhere near the amount of traction you were hoping for.