Tuesday, 9th March 2010
In this third of a three-part series of how social media has been implemented in vertical markets, Stewart Bain shares his experience with using Twitter and Facebook for the Orkney Library & Archive. By keeping social media messaging informative, timely, and flexible, the library has found new ways to reach constituents.
We always fight against the stereotypical image of libraries as stuffy places, frequented by intellectuals, where you have to be quiet. Social media is a great way of doing this.
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