There’s so much more to Facebook than simply where to click and who to friend. Almost since its inception, Facebook has been criticized for its lax privacy stance. Someone (Mark Zuckerberg?) must have taken the criticism to heart because the recent Facebook privacy changes have
given users more control than ever before over Who Sees What, and how users can guard themselves against unwanted Sharing.We’ve put together an entire class called Facebook: Privacy and Security, dedicated exclusively to learning about what you can do to be as protected as possible and still enjoy socializing* on the biggest social network the world has ever seen.This class will become a monthly regular in the Community Technology Center’s offerings- catch the first one on
Have you been wondering how to advertise your small business using tools like Facebook? Check out some basic tips to help get your social media marketing plan started!
One of the first things you need to consider when you start using social media to advertise your small business is your media strategy. Think about questions like, "How often do I need to post?" "What kinds of posts would appeal to my market?" "How do I get maximum engagement from the people who are following me?" Think about who will be writing the posts and who will be reading them.
Discover the differences between the book and the movie with Smiley'sRead It/Watch It Book to Movie Matinee on Saturday, March 31, 2012, at 1 p.m. Have you read One Day by David Nicholls? If you haven't, read it this week, then join us for a viewing of the movie! Be prepared to discuss, dissect, compare, and contrast afterwards!
New books on marketing are emphasizing the role of technology especially social media in helping organizations market their services. The Library knows that in addition to new technology, quality time with a knowledgeable staff member like Shelly strengthens the "unity" found in Denver's community.
Shelly, a Librarian at the Central Library, recently bridged generations making an outreach call to Drehmoor Apartments, a housing option serving the senior population in Denver. Shelly was able to field questions on the services available at the Library and help the senior attendees make the personal connection to library cards, collections, and programming. Face time with Shelly was more valuable to this community than Facebook.
The 3rd annual Shorty Awards are being hosted from NYC live Monday, March 28! The awards show honors the best of short, real-time content with 140 characters or less on Twitter.
Addicted to text messaging? Then you may enjoy Twitter. Likened to text messaging on the Internet, I am hooked on Twitter. Learn how to tweet (send a message) with the best of your tweeps (Twitter + peeps) with the variety of help guides available at the Library.
Whether you blog for business or pleasure, or don't know the first thing about blogging, we want to hear from you! What do you think of the library's new blogs? What local blogs do you follow? Would you like to see your interests featured on our site? Comment below to tell us about your blog, your experiences and your interests, after all, it's your library!