The Library Marketing Show, Episode 71
In this episode, Angela answers a viewer question from Debbie Walter, who wanted to know how libraries can get people to attend virtual programs when so many people are suffering from “Zoom Fatigue.” Kudos in this episode go to the Whatcom County Library System for a piece of user-generated content that they turned into a cute and exciting marketing piece. Do you have a suggestion for a topic for a future episode? Want to nominate someone for kudos? Let me know in the comments. And subscribe to this series to get a new video tip for libraries each week! Thanks for watching. Like this: Like Loading...
Angela Hursh, Library Marketing Expert
I have more than eight years experience as a library marketer and nearly 20 additional years in communication. My passion is helping libraries to promote their collection and services and create an emotional connection with their community. Find me on LinkedIn as Angela Hursh and Twitter and Instagram: @Webmastergirl.
November 18, 2020
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