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September 2016

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Search Engine Marketing

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5 Things Every Apartment Marketer Should Know About AMP

If you spend any time during the day perusing online marketing news, you’ve probably heard of AMP. The word has been thrown around a lot lately, particularly by Google and SEO professionals. But what is AMP, exactly? And why does it matter? To answer these questions and more, we’ve put together the following list of… Read more »

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September 2016

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Pay-Per-Click

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Respage Now Offers Adwords Price Extensions to Apartment PPC Clients!

Starting this month, our paid search specialists can add Price Extensions to any client who has an apartment PPC campaign. AdWords Price Extensions allow Respage paid search specialists to show additional lease cost information on mobile text ads. This information appears in table format within Google’s mobile search pages, and pairs floorplans with their respective monthly… Read more »

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September 2016

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Search Engine Marketing

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Should Apartment Marketers Worry About Google’s Widget Link Announcement?

Thursday morning, Google issued a stern warning against the use of keyword anchor text in  widget links. The announcement serves as a reminder to marketers far and wide that using tactics which violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines will ultimately result in penalties and lower search rankings. Google has long maintained that it does not tolerate links… Read more »

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September 2016

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Reputation Management

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Apartment Reputation Management Just Got Tougher Thanks to New Google Local Knowledge Panel

Your apartment’s online reputation is about to become more visible. This morning, Google introduced Reviews from the web to Local Knowledge panels. The new format will accompany the recently launched best-of lists and critic reviews features. Prior to the update, Local Knowledge panels only displayed Google Reviews. Today, search queries will also return aggregate user… Read more »

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August 2016

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Search Engine Marketing, Website Solutions

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Common On-Site Promotions Will Soon Hurt Your Apartment’s SEO Goals

Google will soon punish websites that feature intrusive intersitionals, according to an announcement published on the company’s official webmaster blog last week. The update – which will go into effect on January 10, 2017 – aims to improve the user experience of mobile search. But for the ill-prepared apartment SEO manager, it may also result… Read more »

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August 2016

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Social Media

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Clickbait Just Caught a Major Snag on Social Media

Apartment marketers who fish for pageviews with clickbait can soon expect a lighter catch. According to a Thursday announcement from Facebook, the social network plans to display clickbait headlines less frequently in users’ News Feeds. The update represents yet another move in Facebook’s larger strategy to improve the News Feed user experience. In late June,… Read more »

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July 2016

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Social Media

Apartment PPC gets easier

Tracking Your Apartment PPC Ads’ Call Conversions Just Got a Lot Easier!

Measuring call conversions from your apartment PPC ads can be tricky. But thanks to a recent AdWords update, it no longer has to be. On Wednesday, Google announced its new imported call conversions feature to help advertisers better gauge the success of their campaigns. As the name suggests, the feature allows advertisers to import their… Read more »

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July 2016

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Reputation Management

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Tituss Burgess Just Taught the World a Valuable Lesson in Online Reputation Management

A Brooklyn-based moving company received a brutal schooling in online reputation management yesterday after a fallout with Emmy-nominated actor Tituss Burgess. The actor, who is most known for his role on the Netlix original comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, posted the following Yelp review for Frank’s Express, a local moving company, late Wednesday: “My name is… Read more »

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July 2016

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Online Marketing

You Can Use Pokemon Go to Build Buzz About Your Apartment Community!

Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm. Not even two days after its release, the augmented reality game was installed on more than 5 percent of all Android devices in the US. And if that doesn’t sound like much, consider the fact that Tinder – the wildly popular dating app – is installed on… Read more »

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