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How To Write Great Program Descriptions To Drive Attendance for Your Library!

Watch Now The Library Marketing​​​​​​​​ Show, Episode 119 In this episode, I'll answer a question from Leica who works at the Romeo District Library in Michigan. She said, "Would love some further suggestions for varying program descriptions, including making them... Continue Reading →

Will Anyone Come to Library Programs Ever Again? Eight Ideas for Reimagining Programming in the Age of “The Next Normal”

This week, I learned a new term used to describe the way the world is transforming in the wake of the pandemic. “The Next Normal” was coined by workplace consulting firm McKinsey & Company. It describes the changes which continue to... Continue Reading →

Zoom Fatigue is RUINING My Library Programming! How the Heck Should Libraries Deal With That?

Watch Now The Library Marketing Show, Episode 71In this episode, Angela answers a viewer question from Debbie Walter, who wanted to know how libraries can get people to attend virtual programs when so many people are suffering from "Zoom Fatigue."... Continue Reading →

Library Marketing Show Episode 16: How to Gently But Firmly Get Any Department to Let You Handle Marketing Messages!

Watch Now In this episode, we talk about an anonymous question from a reader who has a little problem: The departments in their library get upset when they re-write their text suggestions for marketing messages. I'll talk about how I... Continue Reading →

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