Social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have made communication faster, cost effective, and convenient when compared to physical mailings. However, issues can arise if an Association utilizes social media to communicate Association information and the Board has not taken proactive measures to develop a written communication policy.
Here are five key factors that … Read More ›
Social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter can be useful tools for communicating Association news and updates. Meeting date reminders and community event headlines can be shared with owners in quick and convenient fashion. However, issues can arise when communication is mishandled.
Below are six issues that can arise when utilizing social media in … Read More ›
Board members understand the need to convey community information to their members in an efficient, cost-effective, and expeditious manner. Accordingly, some associations have created Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter and other social media accounts for their communities. While there are many factors that need to be considered, technology can provide a number of benefits in … Read More ›
“To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Social Media in Associations” – Attorney David Savitt weighs the pros and cons of using social media for condominium, townhome, and homeowner association communication, and addresses the importance of an association communication policy. (13 mins.)
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