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Why the Circle of Promotion is Your Best Bet for Library Marketing

Watch Now The #LibraryMarketing Show, Episode 46Angela explains the Circle of Promotion and how all of your marketing tactics should tie together so we can reach our whole community. Here is the blog post by Angela's former library that she... Continue Reading →

How Your Library Can Use Google Ad Grants to Supercharge Your Website and Reach a Huge Untapped Audience

A few months back, I was listening to an episode of the Library Figures podcast about a program from Google that gives money to libraries so libraries can buy keyword placement on Google. Maybe I'm the last library marketer to... Continue Reading →

Four Sneaky Ideas to Insert Marketing Tactics Into Your Everyday Work as a Librarian

I need your help! In a few weeks, I'm giving a short online seminar to library directors about marketing! I have 15 minutes to convince them to throw their full support behind library marketing. I really want this talk to... Continue Reading →

Want More Media Coverage for Your Library? Here’s How to Fix Your Press Release!

It's ironic that a former broadcast journalist can find herself without a good plan for getting more positive news coverage for her library. And yet, that was the situation I found myself in last year. I run the content marketing... Continue Reading →

How to Hook New Cardholders and Make Them Loyal with Email

We talk a lot about emailing our cardholders with information about new products, services, and collection items. But you can also use your email list in a powerful way to reach people who have just signed up for a library... Continue Reading →

How to Get Media Coverage Without a Press Release

I have a revelation to share with you. You don't always have to send out a press release to get media attention. I KNOW, RIGHT!! Now, don't get me wrong. You should not stop sending press releases completely. In fact,... Continue Reading →

Manipulating Cardholder Feelings to Get Results

A cardholder recently leveled an accusation against my marketing department for making her feel all the feels. Here's the brief story: our library is trying to raise money for a facilities plan. We have several Carnegie-era branches that are not... Continue Reading →

Get Your Library’s LinkedIn in Shape for the New Year!

This post is part of a series on revamping and re-evaluating your library's social media platforms. At least once a year, you should look at your library's Facebook and Twitter accounts and do the following: Clarify your library's social media... Continue Reading →

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