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Customer Experience

Gone are the days of the linear customer journey. Technological advancements and evolving trends and customer expectations mean that customers can go through multiple journeys in their buying process, and can move backwards, forwards and jump steps in the customer journey.

 

These journeys can happen anywhere online and offline; social media, websites and apps on desktop and mobile. As well as in person, at home or on the train.

 

The fluid nature of the modern customer journey makes it essential for marketers to have a solid understanding of where their prospects and customers are sitting in their journey, and a plan for what communications they are going to receive next.

 

What is a Customer Journey Map?

 

This term refers to the visualisation of a consumer’s experience with your brand and the sentiments they are expressing. It will show you how your prospects convert into customers, from the moment they initially interact with your brand through to their decision to purchase, and beyond.

 

The Customer Lifecycle

 

Property Republic developed a customer journey map, which we call the Customer Lifecycle. It flows through the following stages:   

 

Awareness

In the Awareness Phase, prospects are searching for information about your brand, services, project or products. Your brand needs to focus on building authority via high-quality content housed on your website, in a variety of formats. Consistency and velocity are key. Think about developing content that builds trust, high quality blogs that build brand awareness and referrals from customers and builders. Share this content via search engine and social media marketing plus other relevant media.

 

Interest and Intent

During the Interest and Intent Phase, prospects are considering your project or products, and comparing them with others, to see which meet their needs the best.

 

Work with your sales team to develop a best practice phone follow-up conversation. If you have more than one sales person, assign calls with prospects to the strongest team member. The purpose of the call is to make a time for the prospect to visit your sales centre or participate in a conversation where the sales consultant can gather additional information that will help the marketing team make better decisions. Entertaining and informational videos or Facebook Live streaming are helpful at this stage and are complemented by email marketing using educational content, e-books, testimonials and case studies to ‘convince’. Any email should have obvious calls to action for booking an appointment or sales call, plus links to relevant product. Support this activity with digital ad campaigns through Facebook and Instagram.

 

Decision

In the Decision Phase, prospects turn into customers – they choose your product. If the previous stages are done correctly, your content has built a great presence, you offer a solid product and service, and your team has answered every question, the prospect should buy. Here’s where other disciplines, apart from marketing and sales, are important. If your buyer has been reading about delays in construction, poor service and promises not kept, you have not played your role and delivered what you promised, which makes it very hard to get a sale over the line. During the decision phase, a product that meets the buyer’s requirements is presented (digitally and in person), they receive an in-depth presentation, all the legal information is explained and accessible and they feel confident in your brand.

 

Loyalty

Customers only enter the Loyalty Phase if their customer experience (and your product) has exceeded their expectations. Brands need to be focused on great service, delivering a great product, following up and checking on client happiness levels, and repairing any reason for dissatisfaction. You can do this by:

 

  • Follow-ups and seasonal check-ins: build relationships without being pushy

  • Sending gifts and thank you messages

  • Email marketing: nurture buyers’ loyalty by sending them your new guides, blogs and customer/team stories

  • Blogging and content

  • Retargeting ad campaigns with stories (announcements) to reinforce their purchase decision

  • Asking for referrals

 

Why You Need a Customer Journey Map

 

One of the best ways to align your consumer-centric business approach with your team efforts is to create a consumer journey map. This can help you work towards a great customer experience, increasing your revenue in the process.

 

A customer journey map will allow you to target and personalise your engagements with consumers. You can use their preferred channels and personalise messaging according to their position within their journey, their needs and expectations.

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Strategy, Workshops

The Property Republic team are often approached to conduct strategic reviews for property developments. Most recently, we were engaged to conduct a strategic review of AV Jennings’ development Lyndarum North to provide a framework for sales success through evaluating the market position, impact of COVID-19 and competition.

 

Utilising workshops, online surveys, desktop research, mystery shopping and builder reviews, we were able to gather highly valuable insights for our client.

 

Here’s a breakdown of the process and outcomes: 

 

Context

 

AV Jennings approached Judi Carr, Director of Property Republic, to conduct a strategic review and provide recommendations for future opportunities while taking into consideration the current and future market conditions with the impact of COVID-19 as the backdrop.

 

AV Jennings is a trusted, community-driven developer with 85 years of demonstrated experience. Located in Melbourne’s highly competitive northern corridor, this masterplanned community has been designed to provide affordable and high-quality housing to meet the needs of a wide range of buyers.

 

As Wollert faces competing developments in the broader development corridor with differing price points and amenities, it’s important for the Lyndarum North team to understand where they currently sit within the market, where they can improve and identify gaps in the market.

 

Challenges

 

Lyndarum North has the potential to establish itself as the most sought-after residential community in Melbourne’s highly competitive northern corridor. Many aspects of creating a great community have been considered, with varying levels of success and expertise.

 

The AV Jennings brand in the north had some equity at the former Lyndarum project but it has been overshadowed by the competitive nature of the corridor and other prominent developers.

 

Primary Goal

 

The primary goal of the strategic review was to provide Lyndarum North with a framework to achieve sales success through evaluating the market position, impact of COVID-19 and competition.

 

Other Goals

 

  • Obtain market knowledge that will help solidify Lyndarum North’s brand reputation and awareness.

  • Achieve price growth aligned with preferred price points

  • Gain valuable insights to capitalise on opportunities, allowing Lyndarum North to realise its potential as one of most sought-after residential communities in the Wollert corridor.

 

Process

 

Market Position

 

1. Workshops

 

Property Republic conducted two workshops with prospective and current purchasers, aiming to establish some key points, including:

 

  • Perception of Lyndarum North in the marketplace and current value proposition and positioning

  • The value placed on the product offering

  • Product requirements

  • Household sizes

  • Jobs, pains and gains

  • Motivations, driver constraints

  • Needs in terms of amenity, community and developer

  • Impact of COVID-19 on income, work location, attending sales office, life in general

  • Thoughts on competitors

 

2. Online Surveys

Two online surveys were designed and supervised by Dr. Marzena Baker, PhD, MBus (Research). A large number of prospective and current purchasers were invited to take part, with participants given an opportunity to win an overall prize plus nominate one of three local charities, to which AV Jennings donated $5 for every survey completed.

 

The survey questions sought to provide insight into:

 

  • Demographics including local and ex-pat purchasers

  • Product requirements

  • Jobs, pains and gains

  • Motivations, driver constraints

  • Needs in terms of amenity, community and developer

  • Impact of COVID-19 on income, work location, life in general

  • Competitor purchase considerations 

 

3. Desktop Research

 

Property Republic conducted desktop research and gathered information, including data that’s publicly available through organisations such as the City of Whittlesea.

 

4. Builder Review

 

Property Republic also reviewed the current builder product, conducted discussions with local builder consultants, major builder principals and sales managers to gain insight into their future product planning as well as any research they had conducted.

 

Impact of COVID-19

 

Property Republic conducted a thorough desktop review of COVID-19 related forecasts and opinions and the provision of Government stimulus and support. It also included information from organisations such as:

 

  • Department of Treasury and Finance

  • Victorian Government

  • University of Melbourne

  • Reserve Bank of Australia

 

Questions relating to COVID-19’s impact were also asked in the customer deep dive workshops and online surveys.

 

Builder partners’ senior personnel were interviewed to garner their views on the northern corridor market in 2021 and beyond.

 

Competition

 

Property Republic conducted an online mystery shopping and competitor analysis of the Wollert, Craigieburn, Mernda and Donnybrook corridors. This was aimed to highlight Lyndarum North’s current and potential points of difference and competitive edge. Some of the things that were reviewed include:

 

  • Social media footprint

  • Initial customer experience and prospect management

  • Value proposition, positioning, product, pricing, and promotion

  • Builder relationships

  • Current and future amenity

  • Sustainability and similar initiatives

  • Project presentation

 

Final report

 

Property Republic provided Lyndarum North with a detailed report that presented outcomes from the prospect and purchaser workshops, online surveys, major builder interviews, site inspections and online mystery shopping.

 

Property Republic highlighted important observations and provided recommendations to help the Lyndarum North Team understand where they sit in the market, develop and refine their strategies and drive successful sales outcomes.

 

Judi Carr was also invited to present the report’s methodology and key findings to senior personnel within AV Jennings and their joint venture partner. 

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Content Marketing

We believe that a highly underrated marketing skill is taking something complicated and making it simple. It’s a skill that we continuously aim to strengthen, to help get the most effective and efficient results for our clients.

Turning something complex into something simple is exactly how we helped our client, Lifestyle Communities, who needed a user-friendly and time-efficient solution for planning, creating and scheduling content across their portfolio of 20+ projects.

 

Here’s a breakdown of how we helped the Lifestyle Communities team:

 

Context

The Lifestyles Communities’ marketing team is responsible for creating, scheduling and publishing at least two Facebook posts per week for each one of the 14 established and six developing communities. They are also required to create at least one EDM per month per project. They reached out to Property Republic to find a consistent and cost-effective solution to ensure that high-quality and consistent content is created.

 

Challenges

There is always a need to promote a product (for example, a home for sale in a particular community) but best practice is to educate the audience first and sell second.

 

Another challenge faced involves the diversity of content – not every community wants to post the same information. There is also a need to determine and refine a consistent tone of voice.

 

Primary Goal

Lifestyle Communities wants to create quality content for all 20 communities with the aim of driving traffic to the website and building engagement among prospects and residents.

 

This solution for planning, creating and scheduling content across their portfolio of 20+ projects need to be user-friendly and time efficient.

 

Process

The Property Republic team approached the content solution strategy by designating the Lifestyle Communities website as the home for all content, with every eDM paragraph and every social post linking back to the main article or product on the website.

 

This approach helps improve search engine optimisation, give prospects a greater opportunity to explore what’s on offer at Lifestyle Communities and build authority.

 

Lifestyle Communities had provided their existing pillars and worked with the Property Republic team to identify three pillars as the primary focus – Affordable, Downsizing and Homes & Gardens. From these, packages based on each pillar were developed to get the most out of each piece of content. They were referred to as ‘pillar packages.’

 

Each pillar package included the following elements:

  • 3 blog articles

  • 9 social posts, each linking back to the website

  • 5 eDM paragraphs, each linking back to the website

  • A content calendar for each project

  • Two free posts every month for special holidays, e.g., Mother’s Day, Christmas Day

 

On top of these pillar packages, the Lifestyle Communities team was advised to send through information for weekly adhoc posts, for which they were sent a reminder every Monday morning. Once Property Republic received this information, they would create the adhoc posts in accordance with the content schedule.

 

In addition, all social media and eDM content was placed in an excel spreadsheet (referred to as the Content Matrix). From here, every month each marketing manager could select the posts they’d like to feature in their community’s content plans. The Property Republic team would them populate each content plan with their selections.

 

Every week, the Property Republic team liaised with the Lifestyle Communities team to ensure that relevant and timely content was created and shared.

 

Judi Carr met with relevant members of the team each month to review the process to make sure that it was streamlined and mutually beneficial to both parties.

 

When it was raised by a Lifestyle Communities team member that tracking which posts had been featured in the previous month’s content calendar was a challenge, the Property Republic team developed a simple solution – within the Content Matrix, they greyed out the posts that were used in the previous month, so that the marketing managers could identify them and avoid featuring the same posts two months in a row.

 

The Outcome

Property Republic developed a dynamic content strategy solution featuring social posts, blogs and eDM paragraphs that respond to the client’s primary pillars, key messages and tone of voice. Not only were they able to create a content bank for Lifestyle Communities’ team to populate their monthly content plans, but they also developed a cost-effective and time efficient process.

 

Feedback

Carmen Petropulo, Head of Marketing at Lifestyle Communities, has this to say about our Content Matrix solution:

 

“The Lifestyle Communities team has a longstanding relationship with Property Republic. More than a consulting team, Property Republic is our trusted content partner, offering expertise working with brands that deliver best-in-class property and customer experience; both of which underpin our proposition at Lifestyle Communities. The team at Property Republic delivers an effortless endto-end process; they are reactive and proactive in equal measure and they are active listeners with an innate ability to turn a problem into an opportunity. Most recently, Property Republic developed a comprehensive social, blog and eDM content bank to support our project marketers and their portfolio of 20+ communities. The result was a clever, intuitive and user-friendly process that will ensure a consistent tone of voice across all relevant communications. Lifestyle Communities will continue to partner with Property Republic at every opportunity, thanks to the value they consistently add to our team and our brand.”

 

 

Want to learn more about our Content Matrix? If your property business has multiple projects, communities, homes or branches that require content creation, our Content Matrix could be the perfect solution! Click here or call 0417 930 125.

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Customer Experience, Strategy

With the oldest members of Generation Z now in their mid-20s, they’re entering the world of employment and home ownership. This opens up opportunities for property brands to capture this generation for the first time. But first, property businesses need to have a solid understanding of their habits, expectations, behaviours and motivators.

 

The Property Republic team recently read and unpacked GWI’s Generation Z report, which dives into the latest trends among this generation.

 

Unsurprisingly, some of the most noticeable trends involve social media, sustainability, video and audio streaming, and brand authenticity.

 

Here are six important considerations for property businesses wanting to capture Gen Z homebuyers.

 

1. Focus on social media

As the first generation to grow up with smart phones and social media at their fingertips, it’s no surprise that harnessing these platforms is a must for brands looking to engage Gen Z buyers. In fact, when it comes to discovering new brands and products, social media is the go-to platform.

 

“Gen Z are more likely to discover products on social than search engines. Social media has become something of a “one-stop-shop” for Gen Z; a place they can discover and buy products without ever having to leave the app. It’s a reminder for brands that haven’t already to strengthen their social media presence on Gen Z’s favourite platforms and take advantage of shopping features where they can.”

 

Key Considerations for Property Businesses

  • What can you do to enhance your social media presence?

  • How can you help Gen Z homebuyers start their purchasing journey on social media?

 

2. Communicate your eco initiatives

Gen Z are a generation of eco warriors – they care about the eco-consciousness of the brands they purchase from, and the eco-friendliness of their products. Property businesses who want capture and appeal to Gen Z purchasers need to clearly communicate their eco efforts, and do so in an authentic, honest way.

 

“Brands need to ensure they’re doing more behind the scenes too. Eco-consciousness is an absolute must-have for those trying to reach Gen Z. Most importantly, brands need to be authentic in their approach and take this matter seriously…For older generations, sustainability is a personal thing; for Gen Z, it’s political.”

 

Key Considerations for Property Businesses

  • How does your property businesses promote sustainability and eco-consciousness?

  • What eco-friendly initiatives do you have in place, and how can they be communicated?

  • What new initiatives or partnerships can you put in place to enhance your brand’s commitment to sustainability?

 

3. Position your product as a smart investment

GWI’s report indicates that Gen Z are keen savers and investors, with 68% of participants stating they have cash/savings. This creates a great opportunity to communicate the benefits of entering the property industry to a cohort that understands and appreciates the value of smart investments.

 

“With nearly 4 in 10 Gen Z now in full or part-time roles, they’re quickly making their mark on the working world. Describing themselves as ambitious (40%), adventurous, (42%) and confident (47%), it’s little wonder why being successful or financially secure sit among the top 5 values most important to them.”

 

“Since Q4 2020, the number who own any kind of savings/ investments has risen 27%, driven mostly by cash/ savings funds, stocks/shares, and cryptocurrency.”

 

Key Considerations for Property Businesses

  • Create a series of videos or seminars that discuss the financial benefits of being a homeowner. Position your product as a smart investment. Invite financial experts to offer their insights and opinions.

 

4. Advertise on audio platforms

If appealing to Gen Z audience is your big objective, it’s time to swap radio ads for podcast ads. Learn more about advertising on Spotify here.

 

“Podcasts have also struck a chord with Gen Z. In 8 markets, 39% say they listen to mostly, or exclusively podcasts. This is more or less equal to the number who say the same for music (32%), showing just how important this form of audio has become. In fact, Gen Z worldwide are now almost equally likely to discover new brands on music streaming or podcasts. To get the best results out of ads on podcasts, however, brands may want to give hosts more creative freedom – with Gen Z listeners preferring hosts to do ads in their own style.”

 

Key Considerations for Property Businesses

  • Do your research on the most popular podcasts for your Gen Z audience. Develop a strategy to connect with and advertise on these channels.

  • Ensure your audio ad message is specifically designed to appeal to Gen Z listeners.

 

5. Instagram is essential…and TikTok is next!

It’s no secret that Instagram is the platform Gen Z-ers go to when they’re looking to learn more about individuals, brands and their products. If you want to appeal to this scroll- and swipe-addicted generation, having a strong Instagram presence is essential. And if you want to stay ahead of the curve, it may be time to jump on the TikTok bandwagon – it’s not going away anytime soon!

 

“Instagram is still both Gen Z’s most used and favourite social media platform but that could change as TikTok continues to make rapid growth.”

 

“While Instagram still leads by some margin when it comes to users performing a number of actions – Gen Z are distinctly more likely to use TikTok when searching for funny content, demonstrating just how effective the short-form video format has become.”

 

Key Considerations for Property Businesses

  • If you’re not on Instagram yet, but want to attract Gen Z homebuyers, it’s time to get on board. Start by establishing your Instagram strategy and plan how it will tie in with your overall content marketing and customer experience strategies.

  • If you are on Instagram, how can you enhance your presence to stand out from the competition?

  • Consider how you can make your Instagram content more engaging and relevant for a generation that enjoys short-form video content.

  • If you’re not ready to jump on TikTok, start exploring different Instagram features that appeal to Gen Z, like Reels and IGTV.

 

6. Be authentic and relatable

If Gen Z can’t relate to your brand, product, people or content, then they’re not going to consider purchasing from you. If you’re looking to increase your appeal to Gen Z buyers, it’s time to start establishing a brand personality that’s authentic and relatable to this cohort.

 

“What’s key is authenticity…41% of Gen Z social media users, in 7 markets, most want to see content that’s relatable to their situation.”

 

Key Considerations for Property Businesses

  • Across all marketing channels, create a brand personality that is relatable for Gen Z. Get young sales team members to star in authentic videos that offer tips for entering the property industry and buying your first home, or the benefits of buying land and building.

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Customer Experience

Harnessing consumer data to deliver an incredible customer experience is a notion that the Property Republic team continually emphasises for our clients.

 

Sales teams have the potential to acquire a range of meaningful data on prospects and customers, to help elevate their interactions and stand out from the competition.

 

We recently read an article in Marketing Mag that discusses how brands can stand out in an increasingly crowded market. Here are the main findings:

 

Two out of three customers believe brands do not care about their needs

What worked in the past will not optimise the present. Customers’ expectations have never been higher, and outdated campaign tactics, broad-based segments, and scripted journeys no longer work. The average campaign, in any market, gets less than a 1 percent response rate. That means 99 out of 100 people ignore every communication sent by a business. It’s why opt-outs and unsubscribes are continuing to soar. Businesses are prioritising what they want to sell, rather than what customers actually need.

 

Key Consideration: Sales teams must find out what prospects and customers really need by asking the right questions. Marketing teams can help customers receive the information they’re looking for through effective segmentation and targeting.

 

Success comes from when every interaction builds on the last one and earns the next

To keep customers, businesses need to connect. Look at the connection and ask if it’s relevant, contextual, timely, and empathetic. To do that, they must tap into first party data. Then use this to personalise every customer journey. Take advantage of what you know about your customers, and what customers are telling you, to improve their journeys. 

 

Key Consideration: Map out your customer journey from start to finish, pinpointing each customer touchpoint along the way. What content or information needs to be provided at each interaction? How can you use your customer’s data to make each interaction exceptional?

 

Engage with empathy

To engage each customer as an individual requires businesses to get beyond traditional product-push mindsets and instead be able to pivot to things like service or retention in the moment, as customer’s needs change. To engage with empathy requires adaptability.

 

Key Consideration: Your job is not done once the contract is unconditional. Think about how you would like to be updated if you pre-ordered something precious and there was a 12-month wait. This is a great time to educate, entertain, inform and reward.

 

Businesses that have adopted real-time personalisation are seeing amazing results

There are plenty of global brands leading by example, proving that change isn’t coming. It’s already here. Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is making next best action decisions 24 million times every single day across 18 channels. Sprint has reduced churn to the lowest levels in company history while increasing upgrades by 8X. Meanwhile, health insurer Achmea has unified their inbound, outbound, owned, and paid channels with one central brain to deliver an 85% save rate when using next-best-action recommendations.

Brands that can lean in and make real-time personalisation a reality will continue to reap the rewards, while the others will be left behind.

 

Key Consideration: Real-time personalisation is a way to automatically deliver tailored content to different groups of visitors to your website. If you’re using buyer personas, you probably already tailor your email content and other marketing communications to address what you know about each persona. And it makes sense to take that approach with your website, too.

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Strategy

At Property Republic, we’re passionate about helping our clients reach their goals and objectives, and our work with Discover Downsizing perfectly highlights this.

 

Discover Downsizing approached our content marketing extension, Content Republic, to deliver a range of content-related services, including blog, email and social media content creation, social media scheduling and management, as well as Facebook ads and re-targeting.

 

Here’s a breakdown of how our content marketing strategy development and services helped Discover Downsizing achieve their objectives:

 

Context

 

Discover Downsizing came into fruition when the Residential Land Lease Alliance (RLLA) formed a joint venture with the Caravan Industry Association of Australia (CIAA) to target the latter’s database of over 175,000 over 50s caravanners in Australia.

 

A survey that had been sent out to the CIAA database found that a significant percentage of recipients wanted to learn more about downsizing communities and their benefits.

 

The joint venture team engaged Content Republic team, Property Republic’s content marketing extension, to deliver content and social media marketing services with the aim of growing the Discover Downsizing database and educating its target audience about the benefits of downsizing to a Land Lease Community.

 

It was agreed that Content Republic would create social media, email marketing and blog content, manage their social media platforms, and run retargeting ad campaigns on Facebook.

 

Challenges

The primary objective of the initiative is to create content that will help Discover Downsizing build and grow its database. However, to maximise the benefits of consistent and valuable content, there needed to be a solid strategy in place. Otherwise, content is just stuff.

 

Primary Goal

 

The primary goal involves building and growing an interested audience for Discover Downsizing and educating them on the benefits of downsizing into a Land Lease Community. The intention is that Discover Downsizing will become a hub of information for over 50s who wish to learn more about downsizing options, how Land Lease Communities differ from retirement villages and their many advantages.

 

Other Goals

The client also set a goal of reaching 5,000 likes on Discover Downsizing’s Facebook page by the end of August 2021.

 

Process

 

The process began with two workshops – a Value Proposition and Scope of Works workshop, as well as a 90-Minute Content Strategy workshop. This was where the goals and objectives of the content marketing activities were identified.

 

Content Republic approached the initiative in two phases.

 

Phase One

Phase one involves utilising the existing database and creating valuable and educational content with strong Calls to Action (CTAs) to visit Discover Downsizing’s website.

 

The process started with the creation of content pillars after the Content Strategy workshop, which enables a deeper coverage across a range of core topic areas while creating an efficient information architecture in the process.

 

The Content Republic team identified and developed several pillars for the client’s consideration as well as a range of content topics, ideas and thought starters.

 

Phase One also involved finalising the strategy around the social media campaigns, including the imagery, budget, and social media management. 

 

Phase Two

 

This phase is all about attracting a new audience for Discover Downsizing and activating the community.

 

This is achieved through creating relevant and valuable content around the pros and cons of downsizing into a Land Lease Community. It also includes education pieces around freeing up capital, lifestyle benefits, moving into brand-new homes with fantastic amenities, and understanding what a Land Lease Community is all about. The content covers blog posts, social media posts and eDMs. Social media ads were also created.

 

The Content Republic team create, schedule and boost the social posts as well as build and run social media campaigns. The latter included a Page Likes campaign that aimed to generate 5,000 page likes for the client.

 

The social posts and eDMs link back to the website to ensure a steady stream of traffic.

 

Every week, a report is sent out to the Discover Downsizing team to keep them up to date with the results of the campaigns and the performance of the social posts. A regular monthly meeting with the Content Republic team also takes place to ensure that the goals and strategies are on track.

 

Final Report

 

Content Republic has developed a streamlined strategy that encompasses the main goals of Discover Downsizing – growing and educating its online community about downsizing and its many benefits through creating timely, relevant content for different platforms (blogs, eDMs, social media) and running social campaigns.

 

In August 2021, the goal of reaching 5,000 page likes on Facebook was achieved. Social media boosting campaigns also helped to increase audience engagement, creating conversations around downsizing.

 

Feedback

 

Stuart Lamont, Chief Executive Officer at Caravan Industry Association of Australia, has this to say about our work for them:

 

 

Content Republic constantly creates high-quality digital content that is designed to resonate strongly with our target audience. Starting our relationship with a strategic workshop has set us up for long term success, and importantly established a consistent brand voice across all channels. Their systems and reporting mechanisms are efficient, and our regular briefings ensure that we maintain a great working dynamic focussed on results. Thank you, Content Republic, for helping us shine online!

 

 

Need help with your social media and content marketing strategy? Our content marketing extension, Content Republic, offers cost-effective services to suit your need. Get in touch today!

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