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Why Marketing to Teenagers is THE MOST IMPORTANT Job You Have Right Now

Teenagers are the future of my library and yours. But traditional marketing fails to reach these media-savvy kids. So how do libraries build the foundation for a life-long relationship with this demographic? Here's the thing: It’s not all about technology!... Continue Reading →

Amazing Content Marketing Stories About Your Library Are Right Under Your Nose!

I love content marketing for libraries and I believe stories are the best way to build a life-long relationship with cardholders. Many of you share my belief. But the real chore of finding and telling those stories can seem a bit... Continue Reading →

STOP: Before You Do Any Content Marketing, Get a Strategy

Content Marketing for Libraries is the focus of this blog. Every week, I urge you to use relevant and valuable content to reach your cardholders, build their trust, earn their loyalty and respect, and inspire them to action. You agree,... Continue Reading →

Dear Library Marketers: You Will Never Be Perfect–and It’s Okay

I learned a skill as a journalist which has been invaluable to me as a marketer. As a journalist, I was an expert at knowing when to let go of a piece of content and send it out into space, even though... Continue Reading →

Five Content Marketing Lessons Learned at the Construction Site

I woke up this morning with a tingle of anticipation akin to what I'd feel on Christmas morning. My library system is opening two new library buildings this week. We opened a third building last month and renovated another historic location... Continue Reading →

Big Regret: I Broke The First Rule of Content Marketing

I have a big regret. As I was flipping through back issues of our quarterly news magazine, Library Links, I noticed I'd broken the first rule of content marketing in the cover story headline of a recent issue. Can you... Continue Reading →

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