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Tweeting Away

My how time flies.  I can’t believe it was almost a year ago that we here at the Law Library of Congress entered into the twitterverse.

Last October, Matt announced our @LawLibCongress account:

The purpose of the Twitter feed, according to the Law Library, is “to engage Members of Congress, their staff, other law libraries, students, professors, librarians, and researchers.  … It will also serve as a venue for feedback on our material.”

A week later, a commenter added:

I’m impressed with how much they’re using Twitter to engage with their audience. Hopefully they’ll keep it up.

A year and almost 1,000 tweets later, I hope we’ve continued to engage our audience.  It’s been a fun year watching the number of followers grow to the over 2,500 that we have today.

So, what do you think?  Are we meeting your expectations?

One Comment

  1. Laney
    October 1, 2010 at 11:21 am

    So, are we going to celebrate the one year anniversary?

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