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Social media for the property sector: A beginner’s guide

Posted by Damian Leonard

May 4, 2017 1:02:48 PM

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Social media has become an unavoidable platform when looking at your marketing strategy. It allows your business and your stakeholders to interact with consumers and businesses like never before. With over a billion daily active users, you’re missing a massive opportunity to interact and grow your target audience.

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Topics: property, Social Media, Manchester

Manchester businesses raise £2,500 at RDPR's charity bowling night

Posted by Lisa

May 8, 2015 5:16:43 PM

 

IMG_2312We'd like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the clients, associates and other Manchester businesses that took part in our charity bowling night, raising more than £2,500 for two young Cerebral Palsy sufferers.

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Topics: Manchester, Charity

The impact of HS2 on the North West Property Sector

Posted by George Brown

Dec 5, 2014 3:41:00 PM

 

H2_and_Manchester_PropertyOpinions are divided on HS2. Utter that fateful initialism and you're likely to be met with a range of reactions – from the apathetic and the enthusiastic to the outraged. 

And more fuel is constantly being thrown on the fire as plans are amended and high-profile figures like Boris Johnson – who recently claimed that Crossrail 2 might be more beneficial for the economy - add their two cents to the debate. 

But before we throw down our rail tickets in an act of defiance and sign up to Stop HS2, it's worth noting the several ways in which HS2 could enhance the north-west's economy and bolster our rapidly-recovering property sector.

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Topics: property, Manchester, hs2,

Social media for hotels: How Manchester venues shape up

Posted by Hannah Khan

Jun 30, 2014 3:22:00 PM

 

With Manchester having up to a million international visitors in a year, hotels are an essential part of the city. By 2013 there were 7,860 hotel rooms around Manchester and with plans to increase this number in the works, it has been said that the figure will jump to a huge 11,137 by 2016. It's all well and good building masses of hotels, but will developers be able to cater for all of Manchester's 1,171,000+ worldwide visitors?

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Considering this, events in the city, such as the yearly Christmas markets, constantly growing in popularity and adding £74.3m to the local economy in 2012, there's definitely a gap in the market for new brands to join the hotel world and massive potential to fill the beds.

In this article, we'll investigate which Manchester hotels are making the most of social media and share some of our top tips for creating a strong social marketing plan that will help you attract new customers in the increasingly competitive hospitality market.

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Topics: marketing, Social Media, social networking, customer service, hotels,, travel, Manchester, online voucher, social media engagement

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