Are your online marketing tactics really paying off? If you’ve shied away from looking at your website’s data, the truth is, they might not be – at least not right now.
Your content is meaningless unless it creates value for your followers. How do you create value? The key is to put yourself in their shoes and think about what your followers want.
LandCore’s objective for their new estate is to divide and sell the land over a period of two and a half years, at an average of 10 sales per month, primarily to a market of first home buyers and downsizers.
If you’re curious about what’s happening in the market and what buyers are looking for, here are a few articles we recommend.
First impressions count. It’s a cliché but true nonetheless. And it’s the first impression of your project or development that will inspire and entice a buyer to act.
Building a community around your land estate or built-form project means designing it in a way that not only provides for but encourages interaction between residents.
When marketing a land estate, it’s important to give your customers the ability to visualise what they’re buying.
One of social media’s biggest benefits is the ability to convey your brand’s personality to other businesses and consumers.
Your brand, above all, is what people think and feel about your business.