Friday, November 15, 2013

Improve the PRVWSD Facebook Page

The PRVWSD wants your feedback on the quality and content of their Facebook Page.  Below is a message they sent out yesterday:

Good Brisk Thursday Morning Facebook Friends!

How about a some help and feedback. First, how are we doing on this page? We strive to keep you abreast of public events at the Reservoir as well as urgent situations such as weather and finally our governing Board's minutes etc. What else would you like to see here?

Also, we want to broaden the reach of this page. Please take a moment to invite your friends that live on or enjoy the Barnett Reservoir to like our page.


The above link is to the "official" PRVWSD Facebook page.  There are currently 695 likes on that page. That is a dismal number when compared to the unofficial Facebook Page maintained by Quinn and Shawn Rossi, which has 2,293 likes.  

Apparently, there is something missing from the PRVWSD's Facebook Page, and you need to tell them what it is.  More sunsets, perhaps?  I suggest they update us with arrest and traffic citation numbers.  I'd like to see how many DUI's and speeding tickets they are writing.  I'm also going to suggest they have contests/giveaways to build traffic on their site, i.e., giving away a camping pad for a weekend at any of their parks, or giving away a three day hunt south of the dam (you know they didn't fill all those slots).  

What else?

3 comments:

Shawn Rossi said...

Hi. This is Shawn Rossi. Our page has also been active much longer. You have to consider that in numbers. It takes time to grown an audience (and, I may be biased, but more sunsets don't hurt either)!

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see a "Holding them Accountable" page where governing authorities (Prvw) and the elected officials answer questions that concern our residents.

Anonymous said...

We have a lot of elderly residents on a fixed income who would love to keep their property up but are simply not able. Wouldn't it be great to have a spring and fall clean up where we use our skills and talents to help those who can't help themselves. Sounds like a win win to me. This site could be used for a sign up for help and to help and set dates to make it a community service.