We tell stories that drive future residents out of the virtual space and through the front doors of your community. With large multifamily properties, investment funds, real estate brokerages, and brands from all over using our services we’ve become adept at taking a multifamily real estate story and telling it effectively on social networks. We design and execute successful comprehensive social media campaigns.
Social Media Management for Multifamily
This is our social management package including Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. We create and publish content on a daily basis. We integrate our proprietary applications bringing multiple social networks into your community Facebook page. We move your social presence into the top 10 search results. We help find local merchants to sponsor resident retention events throughout such as happy hours, ticket giveaways, discounts, etc. We grow your social reach and build your social brand telling your story and renting apartments.
Branding Your Community On Social
With The Standard comes comprehensive branding across multiple social platforms. Here are some examples of what GTMA does for your multifamily community: GTMA, Alta Heights, The Rialto, Roosevelt Lofts, Mirada at La Jolla Colony.
Social Media Tracking for Multifamily
With all of our social content creation packages we offer in depth tracking. You’ll know how many views, where the views came from and how long they stayed. We utilize Google Analytics and our social tracking tools to plug in every social network we manage for you and some we don’t manage. These tools are essential in researching how effective your brand message is at reaching your audience and turning that audience into residents.
Talk Back is our reputation management program where GTMA engages in the dialogue happening online about your brand. We understand the importance of managing review websites as they consistently show up in the top 10 search results for your community. Also, it's an opportunity for the property manager to show future residents that you do indeed care about what your current residents think and you're willing to listen to and respond to constructive criticism. An unansewered review is a missed opportunity.
Your current listings will be claimed and enhanced, new reviews will be presented to you and responded to by Team GTMA, and you’ll rest easy knowing someone is out there involved in the online chatter. When future residents search for your community we’ll be there.
Yelp had a monthly average of 78 million unique visitors in Q2 2013. Your community may already be on Yelp with negative reviews and future renters are reading those reviews effecting their buying decisions.
17 million business listings, more than 18,000 city-specific pages in the U.S., and 23 million unique visitors a month. This community will influence your community based on what people find here.
With the Citysearch integration, your reputation will be exposed to more than 10 million unique visitors a month (across the Citysearch sites network).
Over 1 billion check-ins and millions of tips will influence future residents based on what they find.
With an estimated 110.7 million international visitors per month and US traffic of 27.7 million visitors over the same period, Google+ can’t be ignored and must be a part of your Reputation Management strategy for your multifamily community.
Blog Services for Multifamily
Tumblr SEO Blog
This is our Tumblr SEO Blog package which includes original and re-blogs, distribution of those articles across multiple social platforms, and SEO optimization. We’ll be your editor and manage all of the technical details on the largest blogging social network in the world. Examples: Parkmerced, Alta Heights, Beacon of Groveton.
Website SEO Blog
This is our On-site SEO Blog package where we tie your blog content into your website and pull in specific targeted keywords that will boost your websites ranking on search engines, target a specific audience of potential renters and set your community apart as a local expert on important things happening in the neighborhood surrounding your community. A well run community blog built into your website can single-handedly be your largest source of web traffic. This online magazine will differentiate your community, attract future residents, enhance your visibility, promote your brand, and position you as an expert on the local lifestyle. Examples: Alta City House, Turnberry Towers and GTMA.