January Social Media Content For Libraries

Posted by Credo on 12/28/15 9:07 AM

Customer Success, Social Media, Uncategorized

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.


Friday 1 January The Roman god Janus was two-faced, but in a good way. Happy New Year! http://credo.link/tpjrd  
Monday 4 January Read up on Quentin Tarantino before seeing his latest film, The Hateful Eight http://credo.link/tpqut
Tuesday 5 January This day in 1980, “Rapper’s Delight” by The Sugarhill Gang became rap’s first Top 40 hit: http://credo.link/tprap
Wednesday 6 January Luminous and leguminous, Credo's Beans Topic Page is the perfect way to celebrate National Bean Day: http://credo.link/tpben
Thursday 7 January The starving artist is a popular stereotype, but artists in the 17th century were just plain Baroque: http://credo.link/tpbrq
Friday 8 January This Literati Topic Page on the history of Legend is epic: http://credo.link/tpleg
Monday 11 January Ain't it grand?! This day in 1908 Teddy Roosevelt made The Grand Canyon a national monument: http://credo.link/tpgcy
Tuesday 12 January Latin may be a dead language, but its study is anything but when using resources like this Topic Page: http://credo.link/tplat
Wednesday 13 January This Topic Page on Opinion Polling, or "psephology," is sure to win over a majority of our followers http://credo.link/tpopl
Thursday 14 January America's identity has long included bacon. One of our first uprisings, in 1676, was called Bacon's Rebellion. http://credo.link/tpbre
Friday 15 January 48 yrs ago today was the 1st Super Bowl! The Packers beat the Chiefs 35-10 in the LA Coliseum. http://credo.link/tpsub  
Monday 18 January Topic Page of the Day: Civil Rights Movement http://credo.link/tpcrm
Tuesday 19 January If mountain men peak your interest, this Topic Page has the trappings of something that might interest you: http://credo.link/tpmmn
Wednesday 20 January Weaving through random sources with a deadline looming over your head? Try Topic Pages like this one on looms: http://credo.link/tploo
Thursday 21 January Check out this Topic Page if you've ever wondered what makes Fair Trade so fair: http://credo.link/tpftr
Friday 22 January This brief history of the glove is something you'll definitely want to get your hands on! http://credo.link/tpglo  
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Monday 25 January Yes, Credo's Kickboxing Topic Page actually tells you how to roundhouse kick. Look out Chuck Norris! http://credo.link/tpkbx
Tuesday 26 January Accent your linguistics research with Topic Pages like this one on Accents: http://credo.link/tpacc
Wednesday 27 January Map out one of literature's greatest road trips, The Aeneid, with this Topic Page: http://credo.link/tpaen
Thursday 28 January Jackson Pollock's Topic Page is anything but spotty. The artist was born this day in 1912 http://credo.link/tpjpk
Friday 29 January Pass this heredity Topic Page along: http://credo.link/tphty  



As janus rostrum okretu ciach.jpg, By Ultima Thule, 1927 (Ultima Thule, 1927) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:As_janus_rostrum_okretu_ciach.jpg

South Rim - Grand Canyon - Panorama, Michael Miloserdoff, http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=19608&picture=south-rim-grand-canyon-panorama

Trappers by Jonathan Kirkbridge Trego and J. L. Williams, c. 1857.JPG, By Jonathan Kirkbridge Trego and J. L. Williams (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Trappers_by_Jonathan_Kirkbridge_Trego_and_J._L._Williams,_c._1857.JPG

Virgil Reading the Aeneid.jpg, Jean-Baptiste Wicar [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Virgil_Reading_the_Aeneid.jpg

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