I put this title in a question format for a very good reason. I want to know how you are using LinkedIn. I have been trying dearly to hold on and see if there would be anything that would wow me about the tool. Many times the keyword that comes to my [...]
2009 ended with much skepticism regarding social media and its impact on multifamily. 2010 had its own share of debates but I think we can safely say the chatter has mostly died down and now there are some great folks digging in the trenches and plowing their way through to use available tools and sync [...]
An interesting conversation was held on Mike Whaling’s BlogTalkRadio show yesterday regarding social media and customer service. Check out the podcast to hear some of the thoughts. Basically what the discussion was over was the difference between in person and social media when it applies to customer service. We have always found that the [...]
This is a follow up post to my Vendor Etiquette article a few months ago. It was brought to my attention some time ago that I may have been too dogmatic or harsh with my thoughts on best practices between decision makers and vendors. In expressing my opinions I perhaps have inadvertently hurt some feelings [...]
From a couple of classes I have taught and from pure observation I have noticed many who were once skeptical about Twitter and its use in multifamily now embracing the platform bit by bit. There are still many one tweet wonders out there and there also ones who just quit after false expectations were not realized. The following 10 points are some reasons why I think there will be a continuing shift of opinion on the use of this tool.