April 19, 2016
Webcast: Shoot me an email, library-style
In a contemporary climate of ad bombardment via too many social media and digital platforms to count, it can be a struggle for library marketers to cut through all the noise. But the solution is actually simple: If you want to communicate a message to your customers, just shoot them an email.
March 18, 2016
Webcast: Cooking the Books: Food Programs in Libraries
Foodies unite! Food is hot, hot, hot; witness the proliferation of TV food programs and movies. Let us help you jump on the food bandwagon, or expand your menu.
March 18, 2016
Webcast: Yes, You Can: Readers’ Advisory for Everyone
How does your library RA? Are you leveraging all your staff’s skill sets? Join us to learn how to move RA from “other duties as assigned” to an embraced role and service.
March 1, 2016
Romance isn’t just for February: Finding the right romances in NoveList year-round
In a recent webcast I moderated with fellow Romance Writers of America Librarians of the Year Wendy Crutcher and Jennifer Lohmann about romance-specific book clubs, we got a lot of questions about choosing the right romantic read for a particular audience. I’d like to share a few pointers on how to use NoveList to show your readers a comfortable level of love.
February 4, 2016
Webcast: Did You Hear That? It’s the Exploding World of Audiobooks and Listeners’ Advisory
Listening to audiobooks has never been easier, but do your library patrons know that?
February 1, 2016
Webcast: Romancing the Book Club: Matchmaking for Romance Readers
Romance readers are among libraries' greatest patrons, but the romance genre is often overlooked as a choice for book clubs. Join us for this webcast!