Community Associations and Social Media

Community Associations and Social Media

Get Plugged In

Social Networking concepts and sites have become increasingly popular among condominium and homeowner residents as a medium to:
Share news, documents and ideas:

  • Organize activities and events
  • Enhance owner participation, communication and feedback
  • Gauge the pulse and public opinion of the community
  • Improve delivery of services, and
  • Strengthen the bonds of their communities

Unlike websites that are updated weekly or monthly–at best–Social Networking sites offer up-to-the-second information; thus, increasing exponentially the level of interaction and information exchange between homeowners.  I believe the most popular sites are: Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter.

There is an explosion in the use of Social Networking concepts and sites for business and personal use.  It’s only a matter of time before these tools are used by homeowner associations.  Be on the forefront of this technological wave by jumping in today and creating association-specific groups on one or more of these sites to enhance communication and community.

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