Occupy Your Market
Real Estate Digital
Occupy is a New Hampshire based real estate marketing company that helps agents, teams, and brokerages stand out online. We generate results through communication and a deep understanding of your goals.
A Custom Marketing Service For Real Estate Agents
Don’t have time to run your social media? Let us handle it and grow your reach online.
Reach more buyers and sellers with our targeted advertising campaigns on social media.
We work with you and your team and tailor our marketing plans to your specific needs and goals.
We create fresh and relevant content for all your digital marketing initiatives.
We create everything from team websites to single-page listing sites – designed to convert leads.
Reach thousands of likely buyers through our custom targeted advertising plan for listings.
A multi-faceted premium marketing program designed to help real estate agents obtain and sell listings,
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LinkedIn has created a new way to drive traffic to your website, blog, newsletter, or listing with the introduction of clickable link stickers. Similar to what you would be accustomed to seeing on an Instagram Story, clickable links give users a new way to garner engagement and traffic from their audience.
Twitter announced that they are testing the ability for users to include multiple types of media (images, videos, and GIFs) into a single tweet. This change would open up how real estate agents could share their messaging and engage their audience on the platform.
Our CMA (Competitive Marketing Analysis) is a weekly wrap-up of the most recent news in digital marketing and how it correlates to, and can benefit your real estate business.
Meta has introduced a new program on Facebook called “Meta Boost Small Business Studios,” a “new digital marketing resource hub and event series” which offers marketing education designed to help you grow your business on Facebook and Instagram.
LinkedIn announced they are in the testing phase of adding image and video carousels to the platform – one of many changes made by social media in recent weeks to help improve their user experience.