We all want the communities we’re involved with to be engaged.
An engaged community is a fully-informed community. Its members arrive to appointments on time, vote on important issues, report problems, receive and react to weather alerts, successfully coordinate package deliveries, and so much more.
In an engaged community, leaders and members—tenants, employees, customers, vendors, neighbors, friends, and other affiliates—can receive and respond to communications to and from one another quickly, conveniently, and naturally. Everything just clicks.
The key to engagement is cutting through the communication noise of modern life by letting your community members choose the information they want and need from you, and letting them decide how they want to receive and respond to it, without adding extra work for your team.
The best tool for the job is Endlink, the world’s first Community Engagement Platform.