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|From: Mac Thomson (ganeshrmi.net)|
|Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 00:22:18 -0500|
I completely agree with Liz Stevenson about the importance of a good web site and email contact. Along with a tenacious follow-up strategy, that was probably our most important marketing tool. That, of course, assumes wonderful people and a wonderful site, which IMHO we had. Oh, and probably a dose of good luck. Good luck with your recruitment efforts. Mac Thomson San Juan Cohousing, where we are completely sold out and haven't even designed a home yet and where we had budgeted $65K for recruitment and ended up spending $6K instead. Liz wrote: > I just want to say (preaching to the choir) that having an email contact > and/or web page is very useful to cohousing groups, especially those > just forming. You may not think it's important, especially when you're > in the throes of organizing and forming community, but you'll do alot of > wheel reinventing if you don't have a place where you can get fast > answers to questions we've all faced. I strongly urge forming groups to > get online. > > Liz Stevenson Southside Park Cohousing -- Mac Thomson San Juan Cohousing ganesh [at] rmi.net Durango, Colorado Web Site: http://www.sanjuancohousing.com "It takes two to speak the truth -- one to speak and another to hear." - Henry David Thoreau
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