Now that we’ve given you plenty of tips on how to setup your website and load it full of interesting information for your owners; and we’ve covered some key ways to introduce it to your community, we’ll talk about our third and most important concept, how to make sure your owners keep coming back to visit your website over and over again!
In our first post, we gave you some tips on how to set up your website with plenty of fresh content and get it ready to launch! In this second post in the series, we’ll talk about some excellent ways to introduce (or re-introduce) your association web site to your owners and the community!
Believe it or not, in some cases residents don’t even know that their association has a website; especially if they’re new to the neighborhood. Getting your owners to fully adopt the website as the official communication
tool for your association is the spring board to making your community stronger and more efficient. It can even help increase compliance with rules and regulations; so making sure everyone knows how to access the website is critical! Read More
When creating a community website, one of the main priorities is having a clear plan on how you will introduce the website, encourage people to visit it, and make sure they have a good reason to keep coming back to use it over and over as a good resource for up to date information. There are a variety of ways to do this – and it doesn’t have to take up hours of your time. In this series of blog posts, we’ll take a look at a few easy steps you can take to increase traffic to your website and keep your residents coming back.
Our first tips will be about how to get your site ready to launch! Read More
By now you have likely heard of Google’s recent announcement that its Google Glass project is for real and should see commercial release by the end of 2013.
So what is Google Glass? Officially termed an “augmented reality head-mounted display”, Google Glass looks more like a pair of geeky glasses transported back in time from the future. When worn, the device connects to the internet via WiFi and allows you to see information projected in front of the corner of your right eye. You can interact with it via voice command and a touch interface built into the side of the device. It can also wirelessly connect with a regular smart phone in your pocket in order to make use of its cellular connection and it has its very own built-in GPS chip. Read More
Community associations and their management companies have a staggering array of technology solutions available to them. You can find “automatic”, “electronic” or “online” in front of virtually every management, accounting or communications function associations perform or have performed for them. New and not-so-new software and integrated management systems make buildings and phones smarter, store volumes of data and retrieve it instantly, enhance communications with owners, streamline management operations and make them paperless , to boot. Read More