Perhaps the most compelling reason to consider creating an association website or other social media account with a message-board, is that if the board does not create one, an owner may. Perhaps one already has. By now, some board members have heard of websites created by owners that provide a communication forum for community association members. The biggest issue with these sites is that the board cannot control the platform. Some associations encounter dissident owners with “keyboard courage,” who say things online they otherwise would keep to themselves. Online posts can lead to rumors spreading rapidly throughout your community, leaving the board constantly playing defense instead of getting out positive messages.By being proactive and introducing your association’s official website or social media platform, boards can more actively manage the environment of the message-board by removing inaccurate and harassing posts. Boards must use caution when on social media. ...
Get the Word Out - Beating the Social Media Challenge
20 Dec 2017
20 Dec 2017
Communication Not Litigation
The Suit Magazine Profiles Jay Cusimano and Kaman & Cusimano LLC
The most recent edition of The Suit Magazine profiles Jay Cusimano and Kaman & Cusimano LLC, elaborating on the firm's practice of exclusively representing Ohio community associations. In representing only condominium and homeowner associations, the article highlights Kaman & Cusimano's philospophy of communication, not litigation. To view this profile, please visit:http://www.thesuitmagazine.com/law-politics/legal/22186-communicate-dont-litigate.html