Don’t be creepy

Most of you likely know that I’m a social media proponent. It’s a great tool to connect with friends, family, peers, employees, clients and prospects. I’ve worked it into my day-to-day and proactively look to use it to connect and keep lines of communications open.  Upon returning from vacation, I opened a letter from my community Homeowners Association manager. We live in a community that requires covenants, so once or twice a year all residents get an update from our Homeowner Association (HOA) manager. I was surprised by the content. Full disclosure, I am the former HOA Board president.    Read the article…………..


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