Let’s get one thing clear from the start – we’re not here to advocate poor responses. But even a bad response is better than no response at all, at least in the world of reputation management.
More and more apartment operators are taking the proper step of responding to any and all reviews, but many are coming across as insincere. That’s because the most frequent mistake teams are making when responding to reviews is failing to add a signature.
Passing on knowledge in a way that helps your customer (and the audience for the publication) improve their businesses is more compelling than a sales pitch for your products or services.
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More companies are moving away from the quick-hit blog and toward lengthy news article-type pieces. The informal chatty language is being replaced with a writing style generally reserved for news articles, which serve a different purpose. At the risk of getting too longwinded – because this piece is a blog – here are a few reasons why blogs should be creative and filled with personality.