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Client Outreach - Social Media
Karhuwx
#1 Posted : Friday, July 01, 2011 12:34:03 PM(UTC)
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Can anyone pass on suggestions as to the best way to generate client applications? Our agency operates in upstate NY and we seem to be unable to generate a pool of eligible households which would allow us a little more flexibility in scheduling rather than chasing a few jobs and trying to schedule around the clients needs. I have been able to get a local paper to do a piece on our work, passed on our information to senior centers, and be included in a newspaper "Bulletin Board" section but with haphazard results.

I have Warren Hamilton Weatherization on Facebook, and Blogger, but very people seem able to find it.

The housing stock screams out for Weatherization but it appears that our agency is one of the best kept secrets in the area!

Help!!
Tim Lenahan
#2 Posted : Thursday, July 07, 2011 12:52:08 PM(UTC)
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This is not my area of expertise, no facebook here, but have you looked at the information at http://www.waptac.org/Public-Information/Social-Media.aspx The Harnessing the Convesation guide may provide some help. What may be helpful is to get past participants to discuss how the program helped them.
LucasR
#3 Posted : Tuesday, November 15, 2011 4:32:42 PM(UTC)
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"Our agency" What type of agency? No Facebook here, either.

If WZN contractor...., check with your State, County, or City WZN departments to see what there 'Request for Bid' process are. Where, when, and how.

Most government agencies have 'Wait' list. Just have to 'Hoop' dance...., first.


Rick Lucas
Travis County HHS
Austin, Texas
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