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    • a place for affordable housing in social media? Presentation to be2campeast, 29 April 2010 Kerry James, Marketing Director, The Bridge Group
    • overview  scene setting  social media and housing  yes, there are risks…  …and also opportunities  how to join the party
    • scene setting
    • 1,500 registered providers 2,500,000 homes 5,000,000 tenants
    • developing property managing and repairing homes tackling social problems improving neighbourhoods engaging communities
    • compare the landlords
    • our survey says (so far)…
    • advertising developments highlighting news releases showcasing initiatives linking to services engaging communities
    • yes, there are risks…
    • barriers to access
    • anti-social behaviour
    • misunderstanding the medium “If you have a complaint, we would recommend contacting us by phone or in writing, however minor complaints can be raised through the discussion board”
    • …and also opportunities
    • starting legitimate conversations “What is the best thing about where you live?” “What is the worst thing about where you live?”
    • collaborations
    • being genuinely social “Showing Nicki from our community development how to Twitter. Hopefully she'll spread the word and get more of our customers tweeting”
    • how to join the party
    • get yourself a strategy  Where are you now?  What do you want to achieve?  Why do you want to do it?  Who is best placed to represent you?  How much time, money and effort can you invest?  How will you know if you’ve nailed it? More info: http://www.tbghub.co.uk/pdfs/social_media_guide.pdf
    • measure and monitor
    • thank you Kerry James T: 024 7656 0440 E: k.james@bridge-group.co.uk Tweet: @tbgkerry Images sourced through Flickr Creative Commons: 1. zoomion 2. U-g-g-B-o-y (Photograph-World-Sense) 3. Rennett Stowe 4. ThinkStock (not CC) 5. d3l 6. gumuz 7. comedy_nose 8. gemsling 9. marfis75 10. oskay