The Official Social Media Plan for Library Currents

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I’m proud to announce the completion of the Library Currents Social Media Plan! The plan is seven pages and takes into account the following important subjects:

1) Purpose and Objective of the plan
2) Mission Statement for Library Currents
3) Background history of the project and future activities
4) Resources used for the researching and planning process
5) An action brief statement
6) A Social Media Policy detailing site policies and guidelines that will be accessible on the website
7) Financial costs and funding possibilities
8) Action steps to roll out the Beta release of Library Currents (www.librarycurrents.com) and a 5-Year plan
9) Promotion, Marketing and Conversations with the community
10) Immediate goals, objectives and their evaluation

The Social Media Plan has given Library Currents a solid framework to start with, and it has  solidified the future of Library Currents in my thinking. I’m very excited to get started on the details of the plan, and look forward to sharing my successes with you.

View the full Library Currents Social Media Plan here

Feel free to review the Social Media Plan, and leave your comments below.Any feedback is appreciated, and will be considered in future updates to the plan!

Next up: The beginning of Phase 2: Implementation of the Blog and Week 1 of the action plan.

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Mickel is an MLIS and the creator of Library Currents. His inspiration for the blog was the SJSU course "The Hyperlinked Library" taught by Dr. Michael Stephens, a course that is also a worldwide MOOC. If you wish to contact him, feel free to write to Mickel Paris at librarycurrents1@aol.com.

2 Comments

  1. michael

    October 10, 2013 at 12:20 pm

    This is well-presented. The experience you are gaining by deeply considering each step is going to be useful for you in the future.

    • Library Currents (Mickel Paris)

      October 11, 2013 at 12:02 am

      Thank you Michael, I am learning so much about not only the blog’s development, but how to look at trends. I can’t wait to launch! 🙂

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