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Seven Big Revelations I Had About Library Collection Marketing and How You Can Avoid Making the Same Mistakes

Four weeks ago, I started my new job. In my previous role at a major metropolitan system serving a population of nearly a million people, I thought I knew people who were wild about books. But these folks at my... Continue Reading →

Show, Don’t Tell: Why Infographics are an Essential Component in Your Library Marketing

Infographics are visual marketing pieces that help explain facts and figures or lay out a complex set of information in a way that is easy to understand. They're an incredibly effective marketing tactic. Until recently, I thought infographics were a... Continue Reading →

Libraries are Winning the Relevancy War! Why Now is the Perfect Time to Banish Your Fear and Promote Your Books

I have a confession to make. For more than a year now, I've been amid an internal struggle that caused me some anguish. It started when I realized that I was hearing the same phrase from many administrators and staff... Continue Reading →

How Do You Decide What and How to Promote?

Last week, my boss and I were honored to present at the OrangeBoy Ideas Exchange, a small conference and gathering of OrangeBoy users. Presenters talk about all kinds of issues related to library marketing including email, customer privacy, and analytics.... Continue Reading →

How to Pick Books and More for Collection Marketing

I am not a librarian but sometimes I play one at work sometimes. One of my favorite parts of the marketing my public library is choosing books, eBooks, audiobooks, movies, and magazines to promote to our cardholders. Collection marketing is... Continue Reading →

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