Nevada Magazine: Keeping Traditions Alive

I’d like to give kudos to a fine local magazine in the United States that is making the transition from old school publishing by embracing social media and keeping traditions alive.

Have a look at Nevada Magazine. First and foremost, I love the content and the attitude. I also raise it as an example of good practices of publishers entering the world of social media. You might be surprised at the number editors and writers who are struggling with their Facebook and Google+ accounts. That said, check out Nevada Magazine’s channels on Facebook ,  Twitter , Flickr and  Google+. They are not just marking turf but rather making the most of new technologies.

I’m pleased to announce that Nevada Magazine is co-hosting Indigenous Peoples Week (August 6-12). For those caught unawares of indigenous culture in the USA, Nevada Magazine is a great place to start with its Indian Territory issue and a fine article on rock art.

July/August 2011

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