The Library Marketing Show, Episode 126
In this episode, I’ll answer a viewer question from Victoria at the West Bloomfield Township Public Library. She asked, “Aside from the obvious budgetary considerations if public libraries use themes from a national Summer Reading organization (CSLP, iRead, etc.), is it better for us to (1) create a unique set of graphics for our library’s use that differ from year-to-year, (2) create a unique and on-brand set of graphics for our library to reuse each year, or (3) rely on the national organization’s original themed artwork as part of a unified national library marketing campaign?”
I’ll share my opinion and the 3 reasons why I came to that decision.
Kudos in this episode go to the Geauga County Public Library. Watch the video to find out why!
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!
Subscribe to this blog and you’ll receive an email every time I post. To do that, enter your email address and click on the “Follow” button in the lower left-hand corner of the page.