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Macmillan Dictionary on social media

Macmillan Dictionary on social media

Our followers on Facebook and Twitter will have noticed that something has changed on Macmillan Dictionary's social pages: our channels have merged!

Macmillan Dictionary on Facebook

What has changed on Facebook?

We have merged our three Facebook channels: What's Your English, Learn English and Love English. Together, they have become MacDictionary, a place where English language learners, teachers, and linguists meet.

Macmillan Dictionary on Twitter

What has changed on Twitter?

Our @MacDictionary channel has outgrown our other channels and we've therefore asked our @MacLearnEnglish and @MacLiveEnglish followers to join @MacDictionary from now on. This means that the Learn and Live channels will be closed down in October 2014.

Macmillan Dictionary on Google+

What has changed on Google+?

Our Google+ channel remains the same. We've teamed up with the rest of Macmillan Education to bring a useful blend of dictionary and ELT related content to our friends on Google+.

Social media content in the coming months

Here's what you can expect from us on social media in the coming months:

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Why people like Macmillan Dictionary on social media

We are being bombarded by information nowadays […] so, being reminded of some hints, good info to be shared makes it very useful.

Mario João Moraes, Director at Mario Idiomas, Brazil

Because of the 'bite-size' pieces of information.

Anila Scott-Monkhouse, University of Parma, Italy

It works like calendar reminder to learn something new; it reminds me to improve my English day by day.

Elena M. Odessa, Ukraine

Because you can read other opinions.

Stefi, Student in Rome

I discovered Macmillan by chance in 2003 when I bought the CD version for advanced learner's. Since then I always say I LOVE MACMILLAN.

Teacher and Bilingual Secretary

I find your social media content useful because you deal with the confusing skills of the English language.

Anonymous Teacher

It's informative, draws your attention to what's 'the buzz'.

Pensioner

It's faster, more lively.

Zuzana, Teacher