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NextReads Newsletters in LibraryAware: What’s New, What’s Better

Post by Nancy Dowd
Posted October 14, 2013 in NextReads

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NoveList will soon be moving NextReads into our newest product, LibraryAware. We made changes to update the look while maintaining the same award-winning content we have always provided. We think your readers will love the new look. 

 

Here's what you can expect to see: 

  • Newly Designed Templates
    Our NextReads customers have always loved the ease of using our templates. NextReads will continue to provide ready-to-go templates designed to work effortlessly with NextReads content, only now they will have a clean, modern look that readers are sure to enjoy. 
     
  • Easy to Customize Fonts and Color Schemes
    All templates are fully customizable. Want to match a color scheme and font to your library's branding? All it takes is a few clicks. 
     
  • Bigger Book Jackets
    While we shouldn't always judge a book by its cover, we do know that covers sell books. Our new look will provide your readers with the visual appeal of big, bold book jackets to help you generate excitement over your new collections and increase usage of those "oldies, but goodies." 
     
  • Improved Compatibility with Email Clients
    Extend the reach of your newsletters and ensure all your patrons are getting book recommendations straight to their email. Our customers have praised the way our newsletters look through email when read on a PC, Mac, and even mobile devices. 

And that's not all. In addition to the e-newsletters you know and love, you'll have access to LibraryAware. Imagine being able to easily create shelf talkers, reading lists, and book display signs to extend your readers' advisory services throughout your library, in your catalog, on your website, and on Facebook and Twitter. 

Be sure to read through our FAQ about NextReads and LibraryAware for any questions you might have. As always, don't hesitate to contact us directly.