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How to Tackle Library Signage in a Pandemic and Make Visitors Feel Comfortable With Your New Rules

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 →

Your Library is Reopening: How to Communicate New Rules to Your Staff and the Public During a Pandemic

What is your #1 library marketing worry or concern right now? In many parts of the United States, library boards and senior staff have decided to reopen in the next few weeks. My social media feeds are filled with posts... Continue Reading →

How #COVID-19 is Impacting Social Media Marketing and What That Means for Libraries

Watch Now In this episode,  I'll share the latest research on how the #COVID-19 or #Coronavirus pandemic is affecting social media marketing. This research comes from Rival IQ. I mentioned I'm doing three live webinars this Thursday, March 26 on... Continue Reading →

Library Marketing During a Pandemic: Tips for Working from Home or the Office and Dealing with the Stress of a Crisis

This week has been super crazy. Many libraries have closed their doors to help quell the spread of COVID-19. Some have chosen to remain open. I'm not here to judge one way or another. I'm here to help you work... Continue Reading →

How Libraries Are Responding to the Coronavirus Threat and How Your Library Can Prep for Any Crisis

This past week, many public libraries found themselves grappling with a real and unexpected threat. The 2019 Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is causing many libraries to consider how they can best share information about the disease and protect... Continue Reading →

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