Coin clubs at all levels – local, regional and national – must maintain an online presence to survive in today’s Internet-focused world. Whether it’s with a website or through social media (such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube), this online presence is paramount in promoting a club’s visibility. Using the Internet, it’s now easier than ever for numismatists to reach like-minded people – researchers, historians and bankers to name just a few – but it’s all for nothing if their online presence is out of date or not engaging. “The bottom line is that what you get out of your website or Facebook page is directly proportional to what you put into it,” said Saint John Coin Club (SJCC) member Kevin Day-Thorburn, who’s also a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA). Continue reading →
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