Tag Archives: library promotion

Advocacy will not work unless you make an emotional connection

I dare you to not be moved by this clip. And I also dare you to follow the example they set.  When you report, tweet, promote, blog to your community, connect at an emotional level.  Tell the stories, share the … Continue reading

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Library advocacy – putting the horse before the cart

Great slide share and post from Jennifer Lagarde, Rock Star Advocacy: Proving Your Worth In Tough Times.  Advocacy must stem from the desire to get a better deal for the folk who use your library – not to protect your … Continue reading

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Great stories – where are ours?

It has been wonderful in the last few days to stumble across some truly heartwarming and inspirational stories about teachers and the difference they make. Author Dave Eggers writes here about the teacher who “ripped off the ceiling and showed … Continue reading

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Qurify – would this appeal to teen patrons?

I’m assuming that we all know about QR codes, and have probably considered how we might use them to promote books, websites, or simply as a tool for engaging that complex audience we call teens.  Now, here comes Qurify with … Continue reading

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