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Nine Free Online Writing Tools To Help Add Clarity and Creativity to Your Writing Every Day!

I've been doing a lot of writing lately! Library marketing often means cranking out text for a variety of promotional pieces. Sometimes it's a long form article. Sometimes it's a few lines in an email. Sometimes it's a speech. Sometimes... Continue Reading →

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Inspiring Advice From An Expert Blogger

A few months ago, I asked readers whether their library had a blog. 61 percent of respondents said no. I have to include myself in that statistic. And the more I think about it, the more that bothers me. Blog-less... Continue Reading →

How To Be a Journalist: Six Library Marketing Writing Tips

Sometimes, I really miss being a journalist. My former profession was difficult. It was grinding. It sometimes felt abusive. I'm a pretty positive person but honestly, after 19 years of working on stories about crime, drugs, death, families in crisis,... Continue Reading →

Nine Writing Tools That Will Change the Way Your Market Your Library

  The great marketing and writing expert Ann Handley said in a recent session at the Content Marketing World conference, "Writing makes you vulnerable. There is no magic feather in writing. It's more ephemeral than words but it seems elusive and... Continue Reading →

Improve Your Writing With Seven Tools

You've banished your fear of writing to become a better library marketer. You've learned how to unearth amazing content marketing stories about your library. Now, it's time to get good at the real writing part of the equation. I've picked... Continue Reading →

Libraries Need to be Bolder, Braver: Lessons from a Writer

I'm a fan of Ann Handley... that's not really a secret. Handley is an inspiration because her approach to marketing centers on creative writing. I spoke to her last year and she was kind enough to do an interview for this... Continue Reading →

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