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Enhance Your Company's Web Presence

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Let's face it: traditional marketing methods don’t cut it anymore, and the playground of property management has shifted drastically in favour of having online businesses.

Previously, companies with a local presence were considered more prominent than their digital counterparts. However, today with Google having more than 3.5 billion searches, having a mere property management website has gone from just a money-making business to an important asset.

The web is now overflowing with websites and businesses are leveraging the internet on various levels to not only improve their operations but also to reap benefits from the ever-expanding market.

Capitalising on potential of the internet and having a strong web presence is not just about tweaking your website according to keywords. Instead, you need to make regular website improvements to increase efficacy and finesse your business.

How can you improve your online presence? Here are our top tips:

1. Maintain the website according to search engines

If you want to put your best foot forward in the online game, having a website with a professional look and feel is very important. After all, your website will become your digital business face; its the place where potential clients will come to know more about you.

Make sure that your website should have all the necessary information that clients need to know about your business. A website gives you a platform to post your work, samples, contact information, vacancies, and more. It also lets users connect with you.

 

2. Blog your way to influence people

Blogging will not only help you boost your search engine optimisation (SEO), but also help in creating influence around your brand. Previously, blogging was just confined to writing a few words and usingspam keywords to increase the search engine’s ranking.

Today, Google only favours those who have unique and good content. So, the more you keep blogging and creating influences, the more search engine crawlers notice your website and direct more traffic it.

In addition, if you don’t want to have an independent blog of your property management site, you can try guest blogging on sites that have a huge audience of renters and property managers.

 

3. Increase your operational efficiency

By offering more efficient operational services, you can easily attract more clients and also enhance customer services. For example, building a complaint application form on your website will help renters file any issues and submit the application much easier than filling out a paper form.

You can include interactive services like online filling of lease applications, offering rental payment options, online account access and more.

 

4. Get social

Having a successful social media campaign is all about being social and consistent, and by social we mean offering clients what they are looking for. Engage your clients by posting viral content or creating a funny and catchy meme of anything related to renting and housing. You can also link up your services with colleges and schools in order to offer your services to them. 

With the number of hours people spend on the internet, it has become very important to have a professional web presence. Keep the above tips in mind and scale your business online.

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Topics: Property Management Advice

Rafael Niesten

Written by Rafael Niesten

In his early 20s, Perth local Rafael Niesten, won a scholarship to study in Canada, with that came the opportunity to volunteer at a local radio station. That spawned his entrepreneurial streak, returning to Perth in 2001 he set up community radio Groove FM. More by luck than design, they became successful, too successful as they took a significant chunk of the Perth Market. This sent up the red flag with his commercial competitors who saw to it that he came before the Australian Broadcasting Authority and on technicalities such as the number of volunteers he was forced to move on. He received the citizen of the year award for Western Australia (youth) and was a finalist in the Australian of the year awards (Youth). Falling on his sword he turned to running small and large scale events, all the while buying, renovating and selling properties. Buying and selling land and renovated houses provided a grounding in the property industry. In 2006 he moved to Sydney lured by the offer of free rent for 10 months in a friend’s apartment. He founded a cloud based medical grade voice recognition company, followed by co founding the first true cloud application for private practice in the health sector. He successfully exited these ventures at the end of 2016 and began building Bricks+Agent.