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Super Library Marketing: Practical Tips and Ideas for Library Promotion

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The 2021 Guide to Social Media for Libraries: Facebook

This is the first in a six-part series on social media best practices for libraries in 2021. I'm researching the most up-to-date tips for posting on the six platforms most often used for promotions by libraries: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn,... Continue Reading →

What to Do When Someone Tells Your Library to CALM DOWN on Social Media!

Watch Now The  Library Marketing Show, Episode 58 Angela is back in her outdoor work space. She answers a question from a viewer who said: "We have gotten a lot of criticism recently for posting too much on social media.... Continue Reading →

Should You Post Non-Library Content on Your Library’s Social Media Accounts? The Answer is…

  Watch Now The Library Marketing Show, Episode 50Angela answers a viewer question from a viewer who asked, "Is it okay to post non-library content on your library's social media accounts?" Also Kudos to Starkville Public Library in Starkville, Mississippi.... Continue Reading →

The One Social Media Shortcut That Can Tank Engagement and Cost Your Library in a Pandemic–or Anytime!

I know work is hard right now. But there is one time-saving social media marketing technique that libraries should avoid at all costs. Libraries should avoid cross-posting on social media. Cross-posting is when you post the same text and graphics... Continue Reading →

Be Human and Connect: Advice From David Lee King

When I started work at the Library,  the name David Lee King kept popping up in random project team meetings. Administrators would quote his advice on website development and MakerSpace emerging technology. People talked about his engaging conference presentations. I was... Continue Reading →

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