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Three Transformative Tips to Improve Focus and Re-Energize You When Working in the Library Doesn’t Feel Fun Anymore

I don't know about you, but I'm exhausted. The pandemic is exhausting. Worrying about the health and safety of family and coworkers is exhausting. Natural disasters, a nation coming to terms with centuries of racial disparity, and a Presidential campaign... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 is STRESSFUL for Library Workers. Here Are Tips to Help You Feel Better.

Watch Now The Library Marketing Show, Episode 52 Angela talks about the stress that many library staff feel because of the pandemic. The worries in our personal and professional lives are causing us to feel overwhelmed. It's okay. You are... Continue Reading →

How Much Library Marketing Should You Hand Over to Your Branches? The Library Marketing Show: Episode 26

Watch Now Erin at Casey Cardinia Libraries in Casey, Victoria, Australia, asks: "Could you talk about how marketing can support the branch and then what the branch can do locally on their own. It’s a constant thing coming up in... Continue Reading →

🤷If You’re New to Library Marketing, Where the Heck Do You Begin? The Library Marketing Show Episode 18

WATCH NOW In this episode, we answer a question from Megan from the Redford Township District Library in Michigan. She asks, "I'm brand new! New to the Redford library and new to the Library realm in general. I am two... Continue Reading →

The Library Marketing Show Episode 14: Why I Don’t Hire Librarians to do Marketing!

CAUTION: This topic might be 🔥🔥! WATCH NOW COMMENT, even if you disagree. Comment especially if you disagree! I explain why I think it's important for libraries to hire trained communications and marketing professionals to do their marketing, and my... Continue Reading →

The Secret of the 60-Minute Meeting: Six Tips to Keep Your Library Marketing Team On Track and Stay Productive!

I dread Wednesdays. On that day of the week, I usually have between five and seven meetings. I basically spend the day hopping from one conference room to another. Not so long ago, most of those meetings would last beyond... Continue Reading →

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