If you're comfortable with Facebook, getting started with Facebook advertising can be pretty simple. They have various tools to help you jump right into promoting your business through their ad platform. However, with this accessibility comes the opportunity to make mistakes accidentally.
The latest Apple software update, iOS 14, delivered both practical and fun features to iPhone users. These included Fitness Plus—a paid service offering guided workouts, more accessibility features and shortcuts, and the ability to customize your home screen with widgets and app icons.
Social media marketing is a rising aspect of business success. Pew Research reported an upward trend as of 2018, saying that 72% of all Americans are on social media. You may have the stigma in your mind that social media is only for millennials, but Pew Research proves this to be incorrect as well. Age groups ranging from 18-years-olds to those 65+ are on social media, and their numbers are growing by the day.
2020 has been a challenging year for digital advertisers. Hopefully, these challenges have proved themselves to be opportunities for you and your digital team to think outside of the box and succeed in light of the presidential election and COVID-19.
Paid advertising services are beneficial to any business, including senior living. Allocating resources toward digital advertising efforts allows you to bring in qualified leads to your growing community. Of course, your community can run its own paid advertising services, but there are also significant benefits to hiring experts.
In today’s business landscape, an online presence is required, and the heart of any business’s online presence is their website. The driving force behind the success of any website is the traffic or users who are visiting it.
In a previous blog, Markentum shared some marketing basics when considering paid social (Facebook) versus paid search advertising. Before beginning with either, it’s important to understand how they work, and which platform would be the most beneficial for your message and your budget.
There are two big names when it comes to digital advertising for senior living - Google and Facebook. Each has a massive platform with a variety of options to reach your target audience. However, they each are a completely different playing field, and it can be challenging to decide as to which one is right for you to begin with.
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.