Want To Help Build a Library?


Last week I was trying to find an article about Education Marketing.  I had of course bookmarked it, but being in a hurry, hadn’t really given it a specific name. I kept clicking on different bookmarks with no luck.  I’ve done the same thing searching for e-books that I’ve had an interest in.  Or podcasts that I wanted to go back and listen to when I had the time.

I never did find the article, but it got me thinking.  Wouldn’t it be great if someone started a link library?  A place you could go that had Sections and Categories that would help you find articles, e-books and other media?  And wouldn’t it be great if it was all about helping businesses educate themselves about things like blogging and social media?  I got all excited about the idea.  How excited?

Well, I just spent my Saturday building one.  It’s the Learning Library right here at Clerical Advantage. I’m really excited about the possibilities, and I’ll be adding more and more links as time goes on.

Would you like to help?  Have you written articles or e-books that you’d like to see added to the library?  Do you offer a program or podcast that you know businesses would find useful?  Did you just read a great post that you think would benefit others?  I’d love to have everyone’s help in building the Learning Library into a resource for everyone, but to do that I need your help.  Just take a few minutes, go to the Learning Library and scroll down just a little to the library form.   Fill it out with the links that you feel will add value to the Library.

So how about it?  Would you like to help?

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Tina Marie Hilton provides online technology services to forward thinking businesses. She writes on her Tips from T.Marie business blog to share insight and information with other small businesses and entrepreneurs. It also makes her feel like that certificate in creative writing isn't going to waste completely.


  1. Donna Caissie on April 26, 2009 at 8:59 pm

    Ah, Tina, leave it to you to come up with a great idea!


  2. Donna Caissie on April 26, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    Ah, Tina, leave it to you to come up with a great idea!


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