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Our book community, Flips Flipping Pages (FFP), was invited to share our experiences in online networking for the bookish at the first Philippine Digital Publishing Conference, The Future of the Book, ...

Our book community, Flips Flipping Pages (FFP), was invited to share our experiences in online networking for the bookish at the first Philippine Digital Publishing Conference, The Future of the Book, held at the UP-Ayala Technohub.

Representing book readers and FFP, I shared the FFP story and wrapped up the presentation with some notes about how publishers and authors can build relationships with the readers.

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  • Image Source: http://history1900s.about.com/od/holocaust/tp/holocaust.htm
  • Reading used to look like this. A solitary activity. A 1 to 1 interaction between reader and the book. Image Source: http://hopkins.typepad.com/wafa/
  • Image Source: http://bethlovesbollywood.blogspot.com/2008_05_01_archive.htmlMost people back then read in the privacy of their own bedrooms, the bathroom, and some even had reading rooms.I think a lot of us can relate to this. My own experience with the book started when I was 3. My mom taught me how to read, but very soon after, I was on my own. I remember devouring the Ladybird series of fairy tales. I remember crying to The Little Match Girl. I completed the whole set of Nancy Drews. I remember that I could not sleep without having to first read something.
  • Image Source: http://www.sundaymorningcafe.com/drtom/index.phpEven in public places like a library or the coffee shop, the interaction is still between book and reader. The objective was to filter out the noise and distractions so one can focus on the reading.
  • This is one of my latest book experience.
  • This was for the launch of Mockingjay, the final book in a series that started with Hunger Games.
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  • http://libguides.caltech.edu/content.php?pid=22191

Vibal presentation social media for the bookish for slideshare Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Online Networks for the Bookish
  • 2. READING
    used to look like this.
    Image Source: http://hopkins.typepad.com/wafa/
  • 3. Solitary Activity
    done in private
    Me time.
    interaction
    between reader and book
    Image Source: http://bethlovesbollywood.blogspot.com/2008_05_01_archive.html
  • 4. Even in public places
    like libraries
    and cafes
    the goal is to
    filter out noise and distraction
    and focus on
    the book.
    Image Source: http://www.sundaymorningcafe.com/drtom/index.php
  • 5. Now, READING involves this.
  • 6.
  • 7. Passionate Book Discussion
  • 8.
  • 9. Fiery Debate
  • 10. It wasn’t a book launch.
    It was the Mockingjay Party!
  • 11. Food and Drinks
  • 12. Tattoo
    Station
  • 13. Photo Wall
  • 14. Personality Quiz Booth
  • 15. Live Action
    Role Playing
  • 16. Book
    Sale
  • 17. So, you know what?
    It’s not just about the book.
  • 18. It’s about community.
  • 19. I’m part of a community of people who:
    love
    read
    collect
    worship
    trade
    sell
    touch
    smell
    protect
    treasure
    molest
    devour
    endlessly talk about...
  • 20. BOOKS!
  • 21. 1,298 online members
    Established September 2007
    Had first eyeball in January 2008
    Had first live book discussion in May 2008
  • 22. Books discussed
    in face to face meetings
  • 23.
  • 24.
  • 25. This is where it started.
  • 26. www.shelfari.com
  • 27. Shelfari enables the book lover to:
  • 28. Build a Virtual Bookshelf
  • 29. Virtual Shelves of books:
    we own
    we want to own
    we’ve read
    we’re reading
    we plan to read
    we love
  • 30. We can view our virtual shelves according to:
    Authors’ name
    Date of entry
  • 31. Discover Books
  • 32. Post Reviews
  • 33. Connect with Friends
  • 34. Find People Like You
  • 35. Discuss Books, Authors, Genres
  • 36. All for free
  • 37. We also meet at...
  • 38. www.multiply.com
  • 39. www.facebook.com
  • 40. www.bookmooch.com
  • 41. www.twitter.com
  • 42. www.blogger.com
    www.wordpress.com
    www.livejournal.com
  • 43. www.bookblogs.ning.com
  • 44. www.goodreads.com
  • 45. The bookish meet at:
    www.shelfari.com
    www.goodreads.com
    www.multiply.com
    www.facebook.com
    www.bookmooch.com
    www.bookblogs.ning.com
    Blogspot, Wordpress
    etc. etc.
  • 46. Online networking for the bookish is about
    building relationships with readers.
  • 47. Involve us.
  • 48. Teach us.
  • 49. Challenge us.
  • 50. Readers have challenged themselves to:
    Read at least 50 books a year
    Read 26 new authors with surnames starting from A to Z
    Read authors of different nationalities
    Read hard-to-read books
    Try out different genres
    Read for 24 consecutive hours
  • 51. Get to know us.
  • 52. Online networks can tell you:
    Our book preferences
    Our opinions
    Our reading behavior
    Our buying behavior
    Our book peeves
  • 53.
  • 54. Do you read 1 or many book(s) at a time?
  • 55. Do you prefer your books covered in plastic? Or not?
  • 56. Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction?
  • 57. Do you read in cars/buses/and other forms of transportation?
  • 58. After reading a book, do you keep it or do you dispose of it?
  • 59. Would you rather read e-books or would you allow the further killing of trees just to read paper books?
  • 60. Give back to us.
  • 61. Use online networks to build relationships with readers and:
    involve them,
    teach them,
    challenge them,
    get to know them,
    give back to them.
  • 62. “
    The book itself is a curious artefact... It doesn’t have to be plugged in, activated, or performed by a machine; all it needs is light, a human eye, and a human mind.

    - Ursula K. Le Guin
  • 63.
  • 64. Yes, it’s about community but...
  • 65.
  • 66. It’s still all about the reader and the book.
  • 67. Presented by:
    Gege C. Sugue
    at
    FFP photos by:
    Rhett de Jesus
    Jeeves de Veyra
    GegeSugue
  • 68. Gege C. SugueBook EnthusiastFounder, Flips Flipping Pageshttp://gegeflipspages.blogspot.com
     
    When it comes to books, Gege has had an on-off romance that started in childhood. But when she discovered Shelfari (www.shelfari.com) back in 2007, her relationship with books became a passion.
     
    A passion shared with the 1,298 online members of Flips Flipping Pages* -- a community of book nuts who love to collect, swap, mooch, talk about, sell, touch, smell, look at, give away, cover, fondle, and blog about books. And yes, they read them books too. In this online group, Gege communes with people who would sacrifice lunch money and lunch hour to buy and read books. The Flippers, as they like to call themselves, also meet monthly to discuss select books, authors, and a diverse assortment of genres. Their book and non-book adventures have brought them as far up as Sagada; deep inside the musty, dusty book warehouses in the Metro; and through various settings in time and space.
     
    Gege C. Sugue conducts Communication workshops for corporate clients, teaches part time at the De La Salle University, and serves as a Marketing consultant and writer. She works at home, which means she communicates with virtual, global “officemates “via Facebook, Twitter, and other online channels.
     
    *http://www.shelfari.com/groups/12439/about