Watch Now The Library Marketing Show, Episode 116 In this episode, I'll answer a question from the Pottsboro Area Library. They are replacing an outdoor promotional banner and wanted some advice about the best things to promote in that very... Continue Reading →
There is a romantic notion attached to wandering the stacks of the library, aimlessly lost in a sea of books for hours on end. But for a portion of our community, efficiency is the name of the game. They're hoping... Continue Reading →
Need a Free Stock Photo or Illustration for Your Library Promotions? Here are the Top Ten Websites Where You Can Find Them!
A picture is worth a thousand words. That's so true in marketing. The visual you choose to accompany your promotions can make all the difference. The quality of that image may determine whether a person engages with your content... or... Continue Reading →
Has your library physically reopened? I am collecting the reopening experiences of library staff members of all levels. Whether your library is now doing curbside or drive-thru service, books by mail or in-person interactions, how are you, your coworkers, your... Continue Reading →
Watch Now In this episode, we go through advice for the effective use of digital signs in libraries! Plus kudos to the Columbus Metropolitan Library. For the opening of their Martin Luther King Branch, the system commissioned an original poem... Continue Reading →
Confession: When I took this job in library marketing, I knew nothing about graphic design. And I mean LITERALLY NOTHING. I came from the world of TV news. There is no print element to that. All the graphics are done... Continue Reading →
I have a love/hate relationship with library signage. Part of my job as a marketing professional in a major metropolitan public library is to conduct signage evaluations and to make changes or improvements to the signs in our 41 locations.... Continue Reading →