Our blog has discussed various aspects of social media marketing in a library context. We’ve covered different platforms and highlighted some real-life examples; we’ve explored the ways in which a library is both similar and dissimilar to a business; we’ve discussed some of the potential drawbacks of using social media; and we’ve examined different ways that libraries can provide interactive library activities in a social networking environment. And now we want to know what you think after reading our posts: what’s the value of social media in a library setting? Everything requires resources and libraries have to make choices about where to expend them. Do you think that a library should make sacrifices in other areas in order to free up the resources for a social networking strategy? And if so, what areas should they make those sacrifices in? We hope you’ll take a moment to fill out our poll. And thanks for reading!
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