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3 Pinterest E-Commerce Tools to Boost Your Business

With 93% of users using Pinterest to plan purchases, it was time to tap into the platform's full e-commerce potential. They followed through by adding three critical features for online retailers. Learn how to take advangage of “Shopping with Pinterest.”

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Topics: social media, social media marketing, ecommerce, social media strategy, pinterest

Your Tenants Are On Facebook: Are You Taking Advantage?

As a property management professional, your success is measured by your occupancy rate. With over 90% of renters starting their property search online, it’s critical to connect with prospective residents and build community to engage with your existing residents – online and offline. No pressure, right?

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Topics: digital marketing, social media, social media marketing, social media strategy, property development

7 Steps to Online Reputation Management in Senior Living

As older adults and their families spring to the internet to assess their senior living options, your online reputation can either help or hurt your opportunity to earn their business. Follow these steps to make the best impression you can.

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Topics: social media, senior living, content strategy, social media marketing

Strike a Balance: Integrating Social and Traditional Media

As social media expands into our lives at a lightning clip, consumers expect genuine, real-time dialogue with their favorite brands. This shift has pushed traditional media to evolve and adapt to the fast-moving advertising climate, leaving many marketers wondering if it still has a place in our 140-characters-or-less culture.

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Topics: social media, integrated marketing, traditional marketing

The Social Network Navigator [infographic]

Not all social platforms are created equal. Each have their strengths, but you want the best investment for your brand. It’s tempting to jump on the next big thing, but it may not be a fit for your audience, or your objectives. Test the waters, then focus your efforts where you see the best results.

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Topics: social media, social, social media marketing

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