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From Social Media to Print Ads: The Best Platforms for Property Marketing

From Social Media to Print Ads: The Best Platforms for Property Marketing

Salt Lake City, Utah, has an ever-growing population of immigrants and Americans moving from other states. It's a popular destination for tourists as well.

It's a good time to buy a property here and start marketing it to all the new folks coming in looking for a place. But property marketing isn't the same as it was before. It has gone digital.

In this article, we'll explore some of the best platforms for social media marketing, both online and offline.

1. Social Media Platforms

As a property owner, you are probably going to use social media platforms to get the word out. There are three marketing platform options.


With 3.049 billion monthly active users, Facebook offers an extensive reach for property marketers. Through targeted advertising and engaging content, real estate agents and property developers can showcase listings, host virtual tours, and engage with potential buyers directly.


Instagram's visually-driven platform is perfect for showcasing stunning property photos and videos. Utilizing features such as Instagram Stories and IGTV, marketers can provide behind-the-scenes glimpses, highlight property features, and engage with followers in real time.


LinkedIn is an excellent platform for reaching professionals in the real estate industry, including investors, developers, and commercial brokers. Property marketers can share industry insights, network with key stakeholders, and establish themselves as thought leaders in the field.

2. Online Listing Websites

You will also want to put your listing on several sites besides placing them on social media. The most popular ones are Zillow and


As one of the most popular online real estate marketplaces, Zillow attracts millions of visitors each month in search of homes, apartments, and rental properties. Property marketers can leverage Zillow's extensive database to list properties, generate leads, and connect with potential buyers and renters. offers a comprehensive platform for listing residential and commercial properties, complete with detailed property descriptions, photos, and virtual tours. Marketers can use's advanced search filters and targeting options to reach specific demographics and geographic regions.

3. Print Advertising

Don't forget to go old-school as well when attracting new tenants. There are magazines and newspapers to avail yourself of. They have online versions in which you can place ads.

Real Estate Magazines

Print magazines dedicated to real estate, home design, and lifestyle offer a targeted audience of affluent readers interested in property investment and homeownership. Marketers can place ads in these publications to showcase luxury properties, new developments, and exclusive listings.

Local Newspapers

Local newspapers remain a valuable advertising channel for reaching buyers and renters in specific geographic areas. Marketers can place print ads in newspapers to promote open houses, feature property listings, and attract attention from local audiences.

Property Marketing Strategies Need to Evolve

As the American consumer grows and evolves, your property marketing strategies need to evolve and change as well. You can't keep thinking the old way and believe attracting new tenants will be possible.

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