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The Beginner's Guide to Twitter

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Got a friend who's ready to take the Twitter plunge? Try this handy beginner's guide to the real-time social network.
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iLibrarian » Create Your Own Library Social Media Monitoring Dashboard

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"I’ve been looking into various social media monitoring tools which are available but haven’t found one that completely fits the bill for our library so I decided to create one from scratch. I wanted something free..."

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Libraries using twitter: how do you approach the thorny issue of replies? « « thewikiman thewikiman

Libraries using twitter: how do you approach the thorny issue of replies? « « thewikiman thewikiman | More TechBits | Scoop.it

Interesting discussion in the comments about how libraries handle the issue of replies in Twitter.

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Home - Tweeting in the Library - Library School Sandbox at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

This guide explains how libraries can effectively use Twitter in their organizations. From promoting library services and events to providing reference service- Twitter can do it all!

 

(links to some great blog posts and websites)

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Twitter Marketing Demystified

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OverDrive's tips for using Twitter to grow circulation...

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Social Networking and Web 2.0 applications

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U.S. libraries of all types are turning more and more to social media and Web 2.0 applications and tools, using a wide range of applications to connect with customers.


Via Judy O'Connell, Karen du Toit, Robin Illsley
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6 Ways to Acquire New Customers via Social Media

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We all know social media is an important tool for brand awareness and customer acquisition — but how exactly are you supposed to convert random Twitter and Facebook users into real-life customers? Well, that depends.

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The Case for Social Media - Revolutionising Libraries with Social Media - Library School Sandbox at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Great collection of information related to libraries and social media.  Look at all those tabs!  (eBooks & eServices, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, RSS, and more...)

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How Libraries Can Leverage Twitter

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"Twitter has been working pretty well at our library. It is coming up on two years since our first tweet. I have been thinking a lot lately about how we use Twitter and our successes and shortcomings with it. Looking back on tweets, conversations, and interactions from the past year and a half, I noticed 7 ways that we are leveraging Twitter to improve our library, our services, and our relationships with users. We are leveraging Twitter to..."

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The Small Business Social Media Cheat Sheet / Flowtown (@flowtown)

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With one in three small businesses using social media, it's no longer enough enough to just have a website ...


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