Reviews, Social Media and the Internet: How To Take Control Of Your Online Brand

Reviews, Social Media and the Internet: How To Take Control Of Your Online Brand

Are you aware of how your brand is being perceived online? Do you know what your customers are saying about you in online reviews and on social media? Are you an active participant in the online conversation taking place about your senior living brand, and, more importantly, do you know how to turn these virtual conversations with prospects into real-world revenue?

We recently hosted a webinar with Senior Living Smart to enable senior care businesses like yours to answer these questions with confidence, by taking advantage of all the absolutely free tools that are out there to help you. Watch the webinar recording below to learn all about:

  • Online consumer behavior of baby boomers and seniors
  • Social media channels that matter most to your customers
  • Common customer feedback provided by families in online reviews
  • Strategies for managing various social media and review websites
  • …and more!

Are you ready to take control of your online brand? Watch now!

What did you think of the video? Do you have other questions you’d like answered, or additional reputation management tips you’d like to share? Please let us know in the comments!

Based in Austin, TX, Amelia is the former Content Marketing Manager for When she’s not writing about online reputation management, online reviews, and social media in the senior living space, she enjoys yoga and running with her dog Rockefeller. She graduated from Wellesley College cum laude with a dual degree in English and Medieval/Renaissance Studies.


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