Jeez. It’s 2017 already. Time to get moving on blogging for the property management folks out there. I suspect there will be plenty to keep us all busy this year (and the coming years, sadly). Check back for more updates in the coming days and weeks.
One of the reasons for my delay in blogging this year, besides the all too often heard excuses of work/family life and the intervening holiday schedules, is my recent fascination with Twitter. I tried Twitter last year on a lark and never really got it. I had not downloaded any applications to make using it easier and that, frankly, made it difficult to get a grasp on. There is only so much the actual Twitter.com interface provides. Now, I appear somewhat addicted.
With the launch of Twitter and my purchase of an Apple iPhone, I have now revisited Twitter. Quite simply, it seems pretty great as a tool to deliver legal content as well as provide a human touch to those that happen to follow you and those you want to follow you. The best tweeters at our Phoenix, Arizona company seem to have a good mix of useful information, perhaps even good legal content/news, and also contain funny comments or just personal notes that let the reader get to know the person behind the tweet. It’s just another way that social media and web 2.0 helps develop interpersonal relationships, even if it is through a computer monitor. In that way, every little bit of human touch helps let your clients, prospective clients, future business joint ventures or whomever may be out there for you, get to know the real you and want to work with or for you. Anyway, go check out our blog with a post about Red Hawk in Phoenix. It’s awesome and he has a lot better and more fruitful discussions about twitter, lawyers and people.
Now, I suppose I should take this stack of property management news tidbits and cull through here to see which ones remain relevant. In the meantime, I’ll see you in the twitterverse and the blogosphere.