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                                       hashtag: #libs4jobs
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                                      Our
from Evelyn Nofuente to All Participants: Library has not used Twitter as yet. Can anybody tell me how it works in their li

                                      We
from Carol Holloman to All Participants: don't use Twitter either, Evelyn, but I am curious to know how it might be used

                                     I
from Vanessa Adams to All Participants:personally used Twitter when I was job hunting after I graduated.

from Kay Brooks to All Participants:    We are considering twitter for the library. Are there handouts for today?

from Emily Winfrey to All Participants:Evelyn and Carol, our library uses Twitter to post event and program announcemen

from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:We at Multnomah County Library have been using it a little over three years. Usual

                                      So,
from Carol Holloman to All Participants: how do you go about looking for a job using this feature?

                                       Today's slides and archive will be posted here: http://www.webjunction.org/events
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from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:Hootsuite is a great tool for scheduling stuff in advance. Also pretty good for analyt

from Michael Derr to All Participants: You can follow our library on twitter @akronlibrary.

                                      P.S.
from Sharon Streams to All Participants: You can read WebJunction's twitter feed at twitter.com/WebJunction. We use

                                     most job placement websites have a Twitter link, which is how I found them for job
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                                       hashtag for today: https://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23libs4jobs
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                                       #libs4jobs
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                                       My
from Susannah Violino to All Participants: Library tweets @norwalklibct (Norwalk Public Library in CT)

                                      I've
from Carol Holloman to All Participants: never heard of hootsuite. Thank you Vanessa. So, you go to the jobsite first?

                                     yes,
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                                      I
from Andrea Snyder to All Participants: 'm going to be talking about hootsuite during my portion of the session!

from Nancy Buck to All Participants:    Central Rappahannock Regional Library tweets at @crrlnews

                                      Emily
from Evelyn Nofuente to All Participants: and Steve, are your customers using Twitter to look for events or they use it p

from Betha Gutsche to All Participants:Hootsuite: http://hootsuite.com/

                                       Today's slides and archive will be posted here: http://www.webjunction.org/events
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from Emily Winfrey to All Participants:Evelyn, I believe they use it personally and follow us because we've posted links to

from Michael Derr to All Participants: https://twitter.com/akronlibrary

                                       My branch tweets @dec_library (Decatur Branch Library, Indianpolis Public Library)
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from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:@MultCoLib doesn't put everything on Twitter, so most patrons get info from our e

                                       O
from Maritza Vargas to All Participants: ur Library uses Twitter but not for job seekers...yet. @PublicLibraryNL

from Christa van to All Participants:    our library account: @UCPL_Librarians. Have not used for job seekers yet but are c

                                      You
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                                      Special shoutout to State Library of North Carolina, our partner for the Project Com
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                                       With Workforce office in Waterloo, IA. We still use Facebook as most of our job see
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                                       @gq007ia
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from Emily Winfrey to All Participants:@CvillePL

from Celina Lee to All Participants:     @LBCCLibrary

from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:@MultCoLib

from Kelli Staley to All Participants:   @LansingPubLib

from Karen Douglas to All Participants:@AthensClarkeLib

from julia huprich to All Participants: @cobblibrary

from Melissa Hooke to All Participants:FL is just getting started with twitter...

from Melissa Sweat to All Participants:@liveoakpl

from Mark Darby to All Participants: @liveoakpl

                                     @mysapl
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from Brooke Riggs to All Participants: @hclib

                                      I am
from Suzanne Robinson to All Participants: at branch away from the Main, however, to my knowledge Nashville Public cur
from Joy Harber to All Attendees:       @RoannPL

from Erin Shea to All Participants:     @DarienLibrary

from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:Hootsuite Paid is very expensive!

from Natasha Peter to All Participants:@njstatelibrary

                                       Here's
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants: a link to the #libs4jobs search: https://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23libs4job

                                      @
from Andrea Snyder to All Participants: jobcenter_pratt

                                       https://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23libs4jobs
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                                      If
from Evelyn Nofuente to All Participants:somebody is interested in the position on the list can they click on it and submit t

                                       https://twitter.com/#!/JobCenter_Pratt
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from Anna Leon to All Participants:     http://twitter.com/scottsdalereads

                                       from
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants: Winifred Flint : does hootsuite email you or tweet you when someone menion


                                      from Carolyn Dixson: WHAT WAS THE NAME OF THE SERVICE YOU USE TWEET????.
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from Brooke Roegge to All Participants: arolyn, it's Hootsuite.com

from Winifred Flint to All Attendees: no official lib account - my personal is @WinifredFlint - I use it as librarian for my ca

from Lora Glass to All Participants:    @ncvlibrary


                                      I'm
from Carol Holloman to All Participants: a little lost. If I am looking for a job and I have a Twitter account, WHERE do I ne

                                      @Siouxlandlib
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from Brooke Roegge to All Participants: i Carol, I'll be covering that in the second portion of this presentation. Stay tuned!

                                      Thank you! :-)
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from Brooke Roegge to All Participants: ou're welcome. :)

from Erin Shea to All Participants:     Do you have to pay for the HootSuite version that will schedule tweets?

from Austin Duffy to All Participants: Can you repeat what it means to schedule tweets?

from Christa van to All Participants:   do any of those 3 "schedulers" also work with Facebook?
from Celina Lee to All Participants:    HootSuite works with Facebook for free

                                      A
from Brooke Roegge to All Participants: ustin, scheduling tweets is when you create them in advance and then set them to

from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:We get patrons responding to our tweets, asking direct questions, commenting abo

                                      Comment from Natasha Peter: "Thank you for recognizing NJWorks!"
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                                       Thank
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants: you, Natasha too for all the NJWorks retweets!

from Erin Shea to All Participants:     Hi Steve, that's how we use Twitter too.

from Erin Shea to All Participants:     curious to know whether libraries have all staff tweeting from same account or one

from Christa van to All Participants:   question about hashtags...do you just make up your own or are there suggested ha

from Emily Winfrey to All Participants:Erin, three of us share tweeting responsibilities at CDPL

from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:@Erin - we have a team that has access to Hootsuite, but various others send them

                                       But
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants: be sure to check to see if someone else is already using!

from Melissa Hooke to All Participants:How do you/ do you have to monitor negitave commments?

from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:http://hashtags.org/ is a good site to see if your hashtags already exist or if you can

                                      Question from Verna Austen: how do you make up a hashtag?
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                                       To
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:see what people are saying about you, you can plug your library name into the s

from Steve Roskoski to All Participants:The other great thing about Hootsuite is that it's all web-based (no software to inst

                                      Twitter primer (a couple years old, but still covers the basics: http://www.webjunct
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                                     http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/10-lessons-twitter-newbies_b10079 Ten T
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                                       All
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:of the links that Andrea and Brooke are covering are listed on the archive page:

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                                       hashtags: http://broegge.blogspot.com/2011/02/hashtags-for-job-seekers.html
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                                       If you
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                                       If your sound drops off, please go to the Communicate menu and click on Audio Bro
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from Liz Rowe to All Participants:       have it back now - thanks.

                                       from
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants: Kelly: Can you delete or retract tweets? And how do you delete a hash tag aft

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from Andrea Snyder to All Participants: es, you can delete a tweet so that it doesn't show up on your account but it still m

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                                       http://www.tweetmyjobs.com/
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                                       http://veterans.tweetmyjobs.com/
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                                       http://jobtweet.me/
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from Milly Lugo to All Participants:     jobtweet.me does not include Spanish in their list of languages?

from Christa van to All Participants:    This is great but I wonder if there is any study that shows how many companies/em

                                       http://www.twitjobsearch.com/
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                                       http://tweetbeep.com/
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                                      Do
from Carol Holloman to All Participants: you think that the app searches will offer results similar to the websites searche

from Marsha Kuntz to All Participants: I can't hear a thing.

from Anne Verdon to All Participants: What was the last App of the four you listed? The one for Android?

from Kelli Staley to All Participants:   do people have to have a twitter account to use these apps?

                                       Marsha, Go to Communicate, Click on Audio Broadcast to reconnect, it just happen
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from Marsha Kuntz to All Participants: Thank you.

                                       Yes
from Gabriel Benson to All Participants: you need a twitter account to use these Tweet products

                                       An
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:expanded version of Booke's presentation is available on slide share here: http:/

                                       Other
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants: questions for Andrea and Brooke? Please post!

                                     if twitter is something you decide you dont like can you cancel it at anytime?
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                                       talk
from Gabriel Benson to All Participants: about tinyurl for twitter, many employers are now using these to link to apps

from Celina Lee to All Participants:     @Lourdes, you can cancel your account anytime
from Kelly Wilson to All Participants: Safety? Privacy? What to post not post? Once posted no going back? could your

                                       You
from Gabriel Benson to All Participants: can delete your account- however is will stay in the system if you ever want to

from terri jones to All Participants:    posts can definitely come back to haunt you. beware!

                                       Anything you post online can always be retrieved, just FYI
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from Mary Kuipers to All Participants: Thank you!

from Kelly Wilson to All Participants: I work with Teens, it there a special area for minors to look for jobs?

from Anne Verdon to All Participants: What was the smartphone App for Android only?

                                       To
from Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:explore more services libraries are providing: http://www.webjunction.org/work

                                       We
from Gabriel Benson to All Participants: work with Teens, they dont answer the phone or rspond to mail. But if we faceb

                                      what
from Evelyn Nofuente to All Participants: is the website for Teens to use?

from Charlyn Hill to All Participants:   What about older job seekers that may not have computer skills?

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from Liz Rowe to All Participants:       Will this presentation be archived?

                                       If
from Gabriel Benson to All Participants: you get the older folks to use it for "fun" it may get them interested in the other g

                                       archive page: http://www.webjunction.org/events/webinars/webinar-archives/-/ar
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                                       Adele, Go to Communicate, Click on Audio Broadcast to reconnect, it just happened
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                                      twitter may be a litte more tricky with adults who cannot type...they struggle with t
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from Charlyn Hill to All Participants:   Here in Florida I see lots of older people looking 4 jobs or rejoining workforce

from Twilla Coon to All Attendees:       give them a newspaper

from Charlyn Hill to All Participants:   so don't start with twitter?

                                      Interesting, Charlyn. They must be progressive folks!
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                                      Do
from Carol Holloman to All Participants: your patrons know how to type?

                                       newspaper is 4% success rate to land a job, if that is all they want to use, they are k
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from terri jones to All Participants:    Basic skills taught with VERY clear instructions. Step by step handouts, eg, click here

from Kelly Wilson to All Participants: Thank you all!

                                      O
from Brooke Roegge to All Participants: ne thing you might want to look into for older workers is state employment progr

from Charlyn Hill to All Participants:   Most do type, most have email, but may not be comfortable

from Christa van to All Participants:    If anyone is teaching a twitter class, will you send your materials to me? Thanks, ch

                                      Thank you-great information.
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from Nancy Buck to All Participants:     thank you!

                                     Thank You Very much Brooke & Andrea & Jennifer
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                                      Thank you.
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from Melissa Hooke to All Participants:Thanks. Great info.

                                      Thank you.
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from Melissa Sweat to All Participants:Thank you! Very informative.

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from Christa van to All Participants:    Very useful webinar! THANKS!

                                       Thank
from Tia Jah Wynne Ayers to All Participants: you all. Very imformative.

from Milly Lugo to All Participants:     Great presentation...much neededd!

from Natasha Peter to All Participants:Thank you! I have learned so much!

                                      Thank you... very informative!
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from Charlyn Hill to All Participants:   Thank you! Lots to think about n explore
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                                      Are
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                                       We
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                                      Thank you again.
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tell me how it works in their libraries? Thank you.

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