Social Media in der Mediothek Krefeld Social Media in the Mediothek of Krefeld

Kramer, Martin
July 2015
Bibliotheksdienst;Jul2015, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p823
Trade Publication
The Mediothek of Krefeld is very active in social networks. For five years, the Mediothek has been using different platforms to make itself known better to the public. The most relevant platforms are Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. This report presents first results and compares the time and work spent with the benefits achieved.


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