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Simply Stated

I am not really a writer.  It is not my best skill.  Most of what I post in this blog is “borrowed” from others.  They have great thoughts and ideas, and usually, they are great writers. One of my faults … Continue reading

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Cash in On Social Media

So, OK, I do recommend that libraries have some social media presence, whether Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, whatever. . .  or a combination of any of them.  BUT, I don’t think you should have these just for the sake of having … Continue reading

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Check out These Tech Tips for Your Library

Do you think that all the information about technology is just hype or a fad, and you don’t need to use social media or new technologies in your library?  Or, do you think you’re already making use of all the … Continue reading

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Make Social Media a Holiday Gift to Your Library

David Lee King asks (and answers) “Are efforts to use social media worth it? Indeed, they are. I see many reasons for libraries—or practically any other organization—to use these tools.” No, not just a Facebook page you post to occasionally.  … Continue reading

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The Power of Blogging

The post 6 Reasons Why You Should Quit Blogging is really targeted toward businesses. And yes, it is from an Internet marketing agency, that is trying to sell you its services.     But, its message is valid, and applies … Continue reading

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