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Let’s review six essential elements renters expect when they discover, research, engage, and transact through your apartment website.
In the second episode of “Flip Your Budget,” 30 Lines’ Mike Whaling spreads love to multifamily customer service, sharing how nurturing current residents can be a budget-friendly way to maximize your marketing spend.
Sitting down to plan your multifamily budget can be stressful. In this episode of Flip Your Budget, Kristi Fickert introduces how 30 Lines is going to help you survive and thrive this budget season, focusing specifically on the relationship between leasing seasonality and PPC advertising.
All this chat about chatbots can certainly be a mouthful! However, all the buzz is worth the chatter, especially within the multifamily industry.
If you’re sprinting to improve your website’s rank in search results, building a team of backlinks can help. Apartment marketers often forgo the marathon of earning backlinks altogether; however, that move is one that could put their property behind in the race long term.
Apartment marketers – it’s time to dust off your property’s search engine optimization (SEO) strategy. Watch as Mike Whaling, president of 30 Lines, breaks down the process individuals undergo when searching for apartments online, as well as ways SEO can cleanly impact each aspect of this customer experience.
At 30 Lines, our goal is to put your website in front of more people, get more qualified traffic to your website, and capture the audience that you want to target online. This is how we’re preparing our SEO strategy for the year ahead.
The topics of AI and automation are dominating conversations beyond the confines of the tech industry. Let’s look at ways to take an active approach toward making the behavior shift work best for your brand.
Our team at 30 Lines has been rounding the bases on Facebook’s latest updates, and we would like to share with you the game plan we recommend for your business to adapt.
When I started in the multifamily industry nearly 20 years ago as a leasing consultant, I wanted more. I was also hungry to get to the next level.