Marketing communications for the property sector
Our background in property marketing is diverse. We’ve helped property developers, estate agents, property management companies and chartered surveyors target homeowners, renters, landlords and more with impactful marketing campaigns.
Digital property marketing
Facebook advertising campaigns, email marketing strategies and Google Ads campaigns are among the digital marketing methods we’ve used to market businesses in the property sector. Our clients in the property industry include chartered surveyors, commercial and residential estate agents, property management companies and property guardian providers. We also have experience in content marketing, online PR and SEO for the sector. At PRG, we understand the property market, its challenges and the complexities of the industry. Our team of experts utilise the latest digital marketing techniques and analytics to deliver highly targeted campaigns.
Local marketing services
We have a wealth of experience in local marketing for the property industry. Want to get your website and business found in your area? We can help. Using a mixture of organic search improvements and paid for search campaigns, our team can help you connect with those in your service area.
Property PR and advertising
Having undertaken a number of property PR and advertising campaigns, we ensure our clients are well connected and their messages reach the right people. We understand that reaching your target market in the property sector isn’t a one size fits all approach. Our team will work with you to identify where your audience is and what they’re engaging with to create a tailor made approach to your property marketing strategy.
Our property marketing services include:
- Property PR including online and print
- Property SEO including content writing, webpage optimisation and off page SEO
- Website developments and redesign for the property sector
- Paid search campaigns for property services
- Property social media including paid and organic campaigns