January Social Media Content For Libraries

Posted by Duncan Whitmire on 12/29/14 11:10 AM

Customer Success, Social Media, Social Media for Libraries, Topic Pages

We understand  your library wants to post fun content to social media but that you might not have the time to dedicate to writing it, so we’d like to help

Below you will find daily posts, all under Twitter’s 140 character limit (good for Facebook too), that you can copy/paste at your leisure, each linking to a Topic Page, which, for Credo Online Reference Services or Literati subscribers can be a gateway to all kinds of e-resources.

This content is free for the taking, no character-eating attribution to us necessary!

PS: The images below are all in the public domain, with attributions at the bottom of the page.



1 January

Happy birthday to the only historical figure immortalized by both Longfellow and The Beastie Boys #paulrevere http://bit.ly/1wXwQmR


2 January

Georgia = peaches, right? But did you know it's also the leading US producer of peanuts? http://bit.ly/13OHLn6



5 January

Even with basil's meteoric rise as the world's most popular herb, it remains loyal best friends with the tomato. http://bit.ly/1tukdA7


6 January

Happy Birthday Sherlock Holmes!  http://bit.ly/1zMRIiC


7 January

Happy BDay, Zora Neale Hurston! Read up on this amazing novelist & central figure to the Harlem Renaissance: http://bit.ly/1A4Pn05


8 January

This brief history of the glove is something you'll definitely want to get your hands on! http://bit.ly/1HVWXvN


9 January

iPhones debuted this day in 2007 simultaneously innovating mobile tech & destroying the future of eye contact http://bit.ly/1zro7Gu



12 January

It's National Blood Donor Month! Clear up any transfusion confusion with this Topic Page: http://bit.ly/13OI5Cg


13 January

When the pressure is on to find good sources on meteorological instruments, check Credo’s Barometer Topic Page http://bit.ly/148YthW


14 January

In a rare Venn Diagram overlap of Vermont and Texas, both were independent republics before joining the US: http://bit.ly/13OIbde


15 January

Happy (actual) Birthday #MLK! http://bit.ly/1EBzvaX


16 January

After spirited debate, prohibition went into effect in the US this day in 1920 http://bit.ly/1uXvceU



19 January

"I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat." Happy Birthday Edgar Allan Poe! http://bit.ly/1xtVNIm


20 January

Using Credo to look up strongly scented shrubby perennials native to Europe & Asia Minor? How very sage of you http://bit.ly/1A4QdKt


21 January

Did you know the term "Nerd" possibly originates from a Dr Seuss book? http://bit.ly/1vmHle1


22 January

Weaving through random sources with a deadline looming over your head? Try Topic Pages like this one on looms:  http://bit.ly/1vCS317


23 January

National Hot Tea Month is a celebration steeped in a history of deliciousness. http://bit.ly/1CPLv6L



26 January

Never one for metaphor, Theseus preferred literally taking the bull by the horns  http://bit.ly/1vmHxtK


27 January

Narcissus had to work pretty hard to be known for vanity among the company of the Greek pantheon. http://bit.ly/1JXJkjw


28 January

Want to learn about Gustav Klimt's early years without having to fly all the way to Vienna?  http://bit.ly/1JXJl7a


29 January

America's identity has long included bacon. One of our first uprisings, in 1676, was called Bacon's Rebellion. http://bit.ly/1zMStbB


30 January

Prepare for the most Super of Bowls this Sunday with Credo’s Football Topic Page: http://bit.ly/1rv8Zdh


Paul Revere, by Gilbert Stuart [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:PaulRevereByGilbertStuart.jpeg

Bees pollenating basil, By Jon Sullivan [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bees_pollenating_basil.jpg

1-19-Martin-Luther-King-ftrj, By NASA [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1-19-Martin-Luther-King-ftr.jpg

Tile Design - Theseus and the Minotaur in the Labyrinth, Edward Burne-Jones [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Edward_Burne-Jones_-_Tile_Design_-_Theseus_and_the_Minotaur_in_the_Labyrinth_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg

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