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Five New Fantastic, Easy Holiday Library Marketing Ideas

Nearly a year ago, I shared my top five holiday marketing ideas for libraries. These ideas work for any size library, in any part of the world. It was one of the most popular posts on this blog. We all... Continue Reading →

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The Complete Guide to the Best Library Podcasts

There is an exciting movement in the library marketing world! More libraries are creating podcasts as a way to reach cardholders, tell stories, and share information. My own library is in season three of a podcast, Inside the Writer's Head.... Continue Reading →

Shrewd Marketers Challenge Conventions. So Should We!

I've thought a lot lately about how to approach library marketing in a new and fresh way. As my library creates and executes our strategy for summer reading, I am looking at each tactic and wondering if we can improve... Continue Reading →

Four Instant Ways to Improve the Most Valuable Page on Your Library Website

I find lately that I'm obsessed of late with library web pages. I've set aside time every week to look at how different libraries around the world set up their websites. What do library's feature or highlight their homepage? How... 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 →

Library Marketing Secrets You Can Steal From General Electric

The woman who manages marketing at one of the biggest companies in the United States--and perhaps the world--made a huge impression on me at Content Marketing World. Linda Boff is Chief Marketing Officer at General Electric. You might think a... Continue Reading →

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