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Get Your Pinterest in Shape for the New Year!

This post is part of a series on revamping and re-evaluating your library's social media platforms. At least once a year, you should look at your library's LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts and do the following: Clarify your library's social media... Continue Reading →

Three Questions You Need to Ask to Make a Powerful Pinterest Profile

Confession: I am a Pinterest junkie. I've loved the platform since its infancy. When it debuted in March of 2010, I scored an invite to join from a journalist friend (at that time, you needed an invitation) and it was... Continue Reading →

Two Things You Need To Do on Pinterest Right Now

I love Pinterest. I'm an addict. And apparently our library cardholders are too. One of the first things I did when I started work at my library was to build up the library's Pinterest board. It had 400 followers and... Continue Reading →

3 Ways Libraries Should Experiment with Pinterest

It's technically not a new social platform, but many libraries are just beginning to realize the potential value of marketing on Pinterest. It's a great way to reach readers, share information on new books in your collection, and build camaraderie amongst book... Continue Reading →

Social Media Research and What It Means for Libraries

I've been mulling over a fascinating bit of research just released by the Pew Research Center. It focuses on the use of social media platforms by adults. There are some big findings for library content marketers. 1. Use of all social... Continue Reading →

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