Social Media in Community Associations

Time and time again, I have seen too many communities go “online” without really having a plan. The end result is usually a disorganized free-flow of ideas and information that serves no real purpose aside from being able to say that the community is online. Instead of simply throwing content on a website, the community’s leaders should determine exactly why they want the community to be online. Determining why the community is going to be online will then automatically serve to determine what gets put online.   Read the PDF……………

Related Articles

Building Social Media at Your Community Keeping a Co-op’s or Condo’s High Profile

Social media impacts just about everyone…few escape its presence in personal life or the business world. Whereas Facebook was once

4 Ways Social Media Improves Communication between HOAs and Residents

Social media is constantly growing. It is a great way to reach people and promote communication, and for HOAs, it

Community Associations and the Social Media

Many of our associations are asking us about the liabilities associated with the use of a website, or with the