#1 Show off your books
Instagram in combination with a library Twitter post would be perfect for showing off our new books as, sadly, we don't really have much space for a new book display.
#2 Show off your events and services
A bit boring, but could be effective? At least the message is clear!
#3 Go behind the scenes, or, above the scenes
#4 Show off your patrons (patron photos)
I know this isn't what is meant by showing off your patron photos... but as this is all theoretical at the moment...
#5 Give a sneak peek
Big book sale coming! Start getting excited!
#6 Share your office (or, Library Technician in her natural habitat)
#7 Take your patrons with you
Didn't have anything for this one, so here's how we're using QR codes instead :)
#8 Introduce your librarians
#9 Show off your library space, or, your remaining print journals with 2 skeletons in the background
#10 Turn print marketing materials into digital ones
I use a pc or laptop to write my blog and that is a conscious choice because I want to take time and whenever possible, go into a bit of depth. Phones are not ideal for that - yet! But check out this awesome movie that I spotted on YouTube. Reality? Not yet, but who knows in the future...
I'll finish with a comment about why I use the Blogger platform. I've had a personal blog on the Blogger platform since 2003 that I've updated regularly and had a lot of fun with. I like to play with the HTML code for my blog, change the code around and learn it. I've got a long way to go with code though, and HTML is definately no longer the flavour of the month as far as code goes. But it's easy and I like it.
Found a great document here called "Is your library ready for a social media librarian?'