new website visitors
potential buyers registered interest
of sales appointments through facebook targeting
Creating a series of informative, interesting blogs about the location of the development, the quality of the houses, the appeal of local schools, the easy commute and the family lifestyle we have built and nurtured an audience of potential buyers in the lead up to the launch of our development in Kent.
Expertly targeted social media promotions have delivered over 50,000 new visitors to the builder’s website to see the range of new developments on offer. Most importantly, 300 potential buyers have registered their active interest.
Our attention has been closely focused on the development of nine family homes and we were over the moon to report that over half of the appointments made to visit the show home at its launch were a direct result of the social media programme with the first reservation, taken during the launch week, also brought to the site from our campaign.
Not surprisingly, we are continuing our campaign over the summer as the rest of the development reaches completion and also following with huge interest the spin-off benefits to the other developments completed by this high quality regional house builder.
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