The Condo conundrum: Social media at the association (NH)

One would think social media, particularly the use of a website with, for instance, a space to post comments or blog, would be perfect for community association living, and it can be. But as with many other things in life, it is a double-edged sword.Social media provides an effective way to communicate directly with many residents. Boards can, for instance, post meeting minutes, financials, contracts, notices of meetings, and more.On the other hand, tight regulations about posting and screening  Read the article……………..

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