FREE Webinar: Pinterest: Community Engagement Through Visual Bookmarking

Event Information

Date: 

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Instructor/Presenter(s): 

Event Type: 

Continuing Education - Webinar

Event Category: 

Collection Development
Customer Service
Marketing/PR
Professional/Personal Development
Programming
Resource Sharing
Technology/Digital/Web

CEU Hours: 

3.0

Cost: 

FREE
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Descriptions

This two-part webinar will introduce you to Pinterest, the explosively popular free visual bookmarking service.

In Session One, Pinterest experts John LeMasney and Hilary Morris will introduce you to the service, showcase how others are using it effectively and share their savviest tips to help you get started following, pinning, & liking pins yourself!

In a highly-interactive Session Two, we will discuss your experiences in the few weeks that have passed, answer questions about your practice, and discuss strategies for future pinboard improvement.

By attending this two-part webinar series, you can expect to:

  • Gain new insights into your library's audience.
  • Generate content for library's social networking and blogging practices
  • Connect with highly engaged, tech-savvy users in your local and online community.
  • Expand your library's brand placement and presence as well as other related brands.
  • Increase visibility and reach among your target audiences.
  • Define your library brand's visual elements far beyond the logo.  
Registration Information

Limit: 

100

Registration and our waitlist are both full. We have therefore closed registration on 9/21/12.

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