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Introducing the Latest Additions to Our Award-Winning Team

Sage Age Strategies is proud to present the newest members of our professional team to serve your strategic growth needs even more effectively. All have joined us in the past quarter and are already making significant contributions to our ever-growing list of senior living and senior care client-partners.

Meet our outstanding new team members:

3 Ways to Grow Your Senior Living Community Using Social Media

Location, Location, Location! How Geotargeting Boosts Leads in Senior Living

5 Proven Engagement Marketing Strategies that Boost Senior Living Leads

Precision Persona Marketing: How Buyer DNA Drives Senior Living Sales

We all know the first rule of marketing: Know Thy Customer!

Sage Age Strategies prides itself in gathering information on every detail of customers and their buying habits. Our focus is to understand the customer at the granular level with research techniques that identify the basic DNA of prospects and buyers.

Opening the Heart: Why Emotionally Evocative Messaging Works for Senior Living Communities

As we’ve noted previously in our senior living blog, the emotional environment in which your message to older Americans is presented can be essential to its success. In fact, creating an emotional connection can make or break how your information is received, processed and responded to by senior audiences.

Does your messaging establish the correct mood and tone? Is it positive, hopeful and inspiring? Do the words and visuals resonate with what your prospects aspire to achieve? Does it evoke the desired emotional response?

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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.


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