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  • 1. Social media and search Phil Bradley
  • 2. A day in the life of the Internet
  • 3. http://www.theconversationprism.com/
  • 4. Social media in search
  • 5. Social media in Google
  • 6. Social affects results
  • 7. Authors in search
  • 8. Bing Social Search
  • 9. Blekko and Facebook
  • 10. Create your own slashtag
  • 11. Boounce
  • 12. Boounce
  • 13. Other social media search engines• Social Mention http://www.socialmention.com/
  • 14. Openbook
  • 15. IceRocket
  • 16. surchur
  • 17. Addictomatic
  • 18. Lanyrd
  • 19. Who’s talkin
  • 20. Topsy
  • 21. Social Media activities• Why? – People ask people that they know – People are getting used to participation and asking/answering questions – The conversations will take place regardless of your participation – Control is not possible – even of conversations about you/your organisation!
  • 22. Where do you need to be?
  • 23. Google+
  • 24. Google Reader
  • 25. Facebook: People
  • 26. Facebook: Pages
  • 27. Facebook: Places
  • 28. Facebook: Events
  • 29. Facebook: Groups
  • 30. Facebook: Library pages
  • 31. LinkedIn
  • 32. Twitter
  • 33. Twitter Search
  • 34. Social bookmarking
  • 35. My feed from my network
  • 36. Diigo
  • 37. Pinterest
  • 38. iPad/News curation resources
  • 39. Zite
  • 40. Zite top stories
  • 41. FlipBoard
  • 42. Pulse News
  • 43. News curation via the web www.curate.me
  • 44. News.me daily digest
  • 45. Scoop.it
  • 46. Using start pages• Individually• As a group – Share tabbed pages – Alternative to email contact – To Do lists – Note pads – Always immediately available
  • 47. Netvibes
  • 48. Collating content - Wikis• Create your own websites• Allow multiple authors• Instant updating, editing• Embed content from various sources
  • 49. Example Wikis• LIS wiki• Library success wiki• Wikipedia• PB Works• Library Instruction wiki
  • 50. Bookclubs using Goodreadshttp://bit.ly/rxiLAZ
  • 51. Guiding Tools
  • 52. Trailfire
  • 53. Trailmeme
  • 54. Pearltrees
  • 55. Jogtheweb http://www.jogtheweb.com/run/FKRZ1SQDhvv7/Multimedia-resources-for-librarians
  • 56. LiveBinders
  • 57. Museumbox
  • 58. Presentations: Slideshare
  • 59. Authorstream
  • 60. Question resources
  • 61. Quora
  • 62. Twitter advanced search
  • 63. Flickr
  • 64. Library Thing
  • 65. Ask a librarian!
  • 66. In summary• Social results (that’s you!) are becoming more important• You can affect rankings• Go to where the conversations are• Websites less valuable as time goes on• People ask people they know• It’s all just information!