Thursday, April 16, 2015
Here’s a shocking fact: When people get work emails after they’ve left work, they get angry.
This news comes from a study released in February from a management researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington. In the UT-Arlington study, “Hot Buttons and Time Sinks: The Effects of Electronic Communication During Nonwork Time on Emotions and Work-Nonwork Conflict,” researchers surveyed...
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
In a world of adding Facebook friends that are practically strangers, texting others from the next room, and being quicker to live-tweet an event than enjoy it firsthand, it seems that fewer and fewer people are truly connecting with others. How can you, as an apartment manager, connect with your residents online in a way that fosters community, instead of making face-to-face conversation even...
Monday, December 29, 2014
Social media is one of the most effective free advertising marketplaces available for your apartment complex. With Facebook, people log in when they want to relax and chat with friends, making them more receptive to targeted ads and promoted posts that fit their current needs. This makes it crucial for you to have an informative, engaging Facebook presence.
What to Post
Posting an occasional...
Thursday, October 16, 2014
In college I took a frozen pizza out of the oven—only partially thawed—because I couldn’t wait any longer. It was horrible and cold and, well, frozen, but it still seemed better than the alternative. The alternative being patience.
According to multifamily consultant Lisa Trosien, presenter of October 8’s Webinar Wednesday, “The Path of Lease Resistance,” we live in a microwave society. My...