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Super Library Marketing: Practical Tips and Ideas for Library Promotion

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Library Programming and Promotions SHOULD Be BFFs! Here’s Why They Must Work Together.

Watch Now The Library Marketing Show, Episode 68 In this episode, Angela shows you three reasons why you must keep promotions in mind while you create your library programming. Kudos in this episode came from Evelyn Shapiro from the Champaign... Continue Reading →

The ONE Place Where You Can Market Your Library That You Might Not Have Thought Of!

Watch Now The Library Marketing Show, Episode 61 In this episode, Angela reveals the tiny piece of real estate where you can market your library that you might not have thought of! She also shares Kudos with the Tavistock Library... Continue Reading →

Part Two of the Library Marketer’s Definitive Guide to Creating an Editorial Calendar That Actually Works!

This is the second part in a series on creating an editorial calendar for your library marketing. Read part one here. You've chosen a tool for your editorial calendar, and everyone on your team is using it. Now the fun... Continue Reading →

Everything You Need to Know to Create an Effective Marketing Plan for Any Library Promotion

I love planning. I am the queen of to-do lists. I am addicted to reminder notifications. I'm a fan of the Excel spreadsheet. I rarely go into any situation without a plan. The same is true for my library marketing.... Continue Reading →

How to Know When To Say No To More Library Marketing

I have a problem saying "no". It's a common problemĀ for anyone working in a library. Or in marketing. Or in life, if we're being honest. We are all weirdly programmed to say yes, to take on more, to squeeze as... Continue Reading →

My Big Fat Failure and What I Learned From It

I have a library marketing routine. Every six months, I go through all the promotions we've done and take a hard look at what worked and what didn't. I adjust my email sending schedule and my promotional plans for the... Continue Reading →

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