Should you have rules on Facebook?

Source: telegraph.co.uk

Social media is not an easy place to be, like with any place where you are exposed to thousands of people who can say just about anything about you and your brand. While it seems like a hard situation to control there are ways to set some boundaries onย your Facebook page without damaging freedom of … Continue reading

Outrageous Outreach โ€” Unconventional ways of communicating astronomy with the public

We are the future. Source: scaryideas.com

After the well received presentation at JENAM last year, this article written together with Lars Lindberg Christensen, Head of ESO‘s education and Public Outreach Department and my boss ๐Ÿ™‚ dives deeper into the topic of outrageous outreach by offering the following: why should you bother? a definition of outrageous outreach examples of effective outrageous outreach … Continue reading

Why you should answer questions on Twitter

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If your science centre is on Twitter and posting about its activity, that’s great! If not, check why you should be tweeting. Apart from talking about your activities, another way to engage with people on Twitter is to answer their questions. This is an efficient way to grow your online community and get closer to … Continue reading

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