Listen now! Social media webinar for property managers

Robin Young
Robin Young | 2 min. read

Published on March 21, 2017

Social media for property managers: Is it a confusing waste of time–or an essential business tool? The fact is that 97% of online adults visited a social media network in the last year. This means that social media has enormous power to give your business a much-needed boost. It’s become mission-critical for property managers to have at least a working grasp of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other social channels.

There’s a lot of advice floating around out there, but it’s not always useful for the property management industry. How do you know which channels to be on? How much time and money should you spend? How do you get followers? If you’re ready to give it a go, where should you begin?

Find the answers to these vital questions and more in our webinar, Social Media for Property Managers. Buildium’s resident social media expert Sarah Pallatroni joined content director Darcy Jacobsen to cut through the noise and divulge what actually works in the property management industry. You’ll get exclusive access to a variety of tips and tools to get you started and ensure your success.

Listen now to get helpful advice in the following areas:

  • Best practices for property managers on social media
  • Tips for Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn
  • When and how you should spend money on social channels
  • And more!

Social Media for Property Managers Webinar

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Robin Young

As Buildium’s Senior Researcher, Robin leverages her background in social science research and interest in real estate economics to identify trends in the rental market. She combines intensive market research with insights gleaned from surveys of property managers, renters, and rental owners to examine topics like shifting renter demographics, the housing affordability crisis, and the transformation of property management during the pandemic. She's best known as the author of the annual State of the Property Management Industry Report.

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