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Why Your Senior Living Marketing Message Must Be Generational

We Proudly Welcome Tom Senger – Another Outstanding Addition to the Sage Age Strategies Executive Team!

Tom Senger

Sage Age Strategies is pleased to announce the addition of experienced senior living marketing and planning executive Tom Senger as Vice President of Business Development. In this key role, Tom will work closely with the leadership of our new and existing client-partners to analyze their operating environments, assess priority needs and opportunities, and provide cost-effective solutions for business success.

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Building Your Referral Source Relationships Will Boost Your Census

In the senior living space, referral sources are traditionally the second most frequent source of referrals after friends and family. Research data indicates that referred individuals are more likely to become residents and are typically more cost-efficient to cultivate than unreferred prospects.

Therefore, the identification and cultivation of referral sources should be a high priority for an any growth-focused senior living or senior care provider today.

Breaking News for Your Marketing ROI: Next-Gen Message Targeting Just Changed the Game

You work diligently to create a cost-effective marketing plan that will boost your lead generation and improve your ROI. You make sure your strategy checks all the appropriate boxes.

Geographic market information? Check!

Consumer demographic data? Check!

Multi-channel media strategy? Check!

Value proposition? Check!

Key points of differentiation? Check!

Answering the Call – To Action, That Is!

You’ve just created the perfect ad or you’ve written a wonderfully informative blog. So, you’re done, right? All you have to do now is sit back and wait for the phone to start ringing or the emails to come pouring in.

Well, not quite. If you’re not adding a carefully crafted Call to Action (CTA) at the end of your marketing masterpiece – one that’s as compelling as your key messaging and useful content – you’re very likely hurting your response!

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