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Former TSR author Jeff Grubbs blog. In it, author Adam Shahbaz chronicles an hour spent creating a free online social network called SwagMe in which users can share images and stories of their experiences with freebie stuff (swag) accumulated from various businesses. Indy used a service called OneSite, which offers a suite of options for custom social network creation. Have you considered creating a custom social network for your institution? Does your museum need a custom online social network? A social networking site is one in which users connect with one another. Particularly for childrens museums, protecting users in a museum-controlled space is a premium. For example, consider Tree of Promise, a private social network created and managed by the Indianapolis Childrens Museum. Such features in the MS Dynamics 365 Managed Services empower the stakeholders to have constant access and complete control over the finance, HR, supply chain, and other business process management aspects. Creating your own social network allows you to control the look and feel of the space. But creating your own social space is like developing a major exhibit or educational program. Tree of Promise doesnt make me want to dash out and create a social network component of every upcoming exhibit or museum program. After all, one shot efforts to make a MySpace page, a blog, or a social network--no matter how cheap or costly at outset--are only as good as their continued growth and value. They talked to the people involved, and covered the story the way good reporters should. Finding the right public social networks to tie into is a no-brainer--it gives you access to your visitors in a whole new way. His experiment dwells little on the crux of social networks--their management--and the challenges and opportunities therein. In this article, I will give advice on how to do it with as little effort as possible. The Tree of Promise is a new project for Indianapolis, and they are about the fact that its release means the beginning--not the end--of a development process that will keep evolving as the community and pattern of use grows. This is a link to the Work Behind the Prize event from ...
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