Feb. 12, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Senior living communities and senior care agencies are not living up to their business potential, according to
. The company is so confident that it can increase conversions and thereby turn red ink to black that it's offering a free, no-obligation 30-minute marketing tune-up. Those interested in taking advantage of this offer can learn more at:
SeniorMarketing.com has developed a three-pillared approach to the problem of senior living marketing. This approach includes increasing occupancy, increasing customer value and improving marketing efficiency.
"We believe that most senior living communities could benefit from a careful look at their marketing and communications techniques," said SeniorMarketing.com President
Kevin M. Williams
. "Too many communities suffer from poor return on investment and wasted advertising dollars. At SeniorMarketing.com, we have proven strategies to help these communities get over the hump and become profitable. We know our 30-minute marketing tune-up will leave senior living communities with actionable advice to improve their profits."
As part of the marketing tune-up, SeniorMarketing.com sends a brief questionnaire to companies that sign up. The questionnaire will help identify immediate and long-term goals, as well as previously attempted marketing strategies. The knowledgeable staff at SeniorMarketing.com can identify what works and what doesn't for each particular situation. They can then provide a roadmap toward realistic goal achievement.
The marketing tune-up carries no obligation, and SeniorMarketing.com will not pressure anyone to enter a business relationship. However, the company believes that its insights are so compelling, especially for businesses struggling to stay afloat, that many will choose to secure SeniorMarketing.com's services for the future. There are no contracts to sign, so clients will not feel unduly committed to the company's services for the long haul. In addition, SeniorMarketing.com offers a 100% money back guarantee on services rendered.