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NB News Roundup

Here's a quick roundup of what we've been reading this week. Many lists of what not to do on social and blogging this week, not so much about property management and development. What did we miss? Property Management & Apartment Living A Brief History of Suburbia's Rise and Fall – Eric Jaffe – The Atlantic […]

NB News Roundup

Here's a quick roundup of what we've been reading this week. Apparently we've mostly been looking at new developments in Toronto, but even if that's not for you, there's lots to check out! Property Management & Apartment Living Bustler: d3 HOUSING TOMORROW – The 2013 Competition Winners How to Keep Vacancy Costs to a Minimum […]

NB News Roundup

Here's a quick roundup of what we've been reading this week. Facebook's new newsfeed, thoughts on millennials and urban living, and more reasons for you to get (back) into blogging. Property Management & Apartment Living Millennial Shift | The Balance Sheet – Yardi Corporate Blog TOD for Dummies: Allan Kotin Simplifies Transit-Adjacent Real Estate Development […]

NB News Roundup

Here’s a quick roundup of what we’ve been reading this week. Quite a few apartment living articles that are informative, fun or just plain weird, a reputation management crisis nipped in the bud, and an infographic that paints a great and thorough picture about mobile use around the world. What were you reading this week? […]

My social media preview is less visual, what's going on?

Facebook is known for constantly refining their edgerank algorithm. The most recent changes have prioritized status updates over pictures. Let’s take a look at what this means.   EdgeRank   First of all, here’s a quick refresher on Edgerank. A brief explanation from techcrunch.com describes EdgeRank as follows: Facebook’s news feed ranking algorithm (widely known as EdgeRank) […]

Google Keyword Competition: The best value in Canada for apartment marketers may surprise you

ANALYSIS: Canadian competitive landscape for apartment keywords in Google search results. At Neighbourhood Buzz, we like to keep our eye of the landscape of search engine competition for apartment hunters across Canada. We digitally toured our great nation a mari usque admare (sea to sea) via Google to check out how competitive the keywords are. […]

Facebook metrics – What do they all mean?

Since Timeline rolled out for Pages, Facebook has been constantly updating and improving analytics for page admins. Numbers are great for reviewing your content strategy, but what do all of these numbers mean? We went straight to the source to pull together definitions of the metrics that we use most often. What metrics are available […]

How to make your Facebook page more popular

The secret to getting more likes, comments and shares on Facebook Property Management companies using Facebook often ask the common question to Neighbourhood Buzz, “How do we get a bigger audience?” We have a few in-house tricks, including fun contests and posters around the property (ASK US for more suggestions). But what are the best […]