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The 10-Minute Library Advocate #28: Celebrate an International Day

Advocacy about showing your relevance. In a number of previous editions, we’ve talked about how do identify relevant subjects, and how to react to them. But sometimes you don’t need to search. The United Nations and its agencies have identified a number of key days where there is a focus […]

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The 10-Minute Library Advocate #26: Join the Debate!

Advocacy is about engaging people. This is easier when talking with people who are already interested in a subject, and discussing it, either in person or online. Maybe there’s a big meeting, a consultation, or lots of talk online following a big news story. This can be an opportunity to […]

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The 10-Minute Library Advocate #18: Find and Use Hashtags and Handles on Social Media

Advocacy is about getting attention. You can produce great ideas, messages and materials, but how to ensure that you are heard? Especially on social media many accounts get few followers. Even popular ones don’t always reach the people that matter. It is possible to target what you’re doing on social […]

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