Join me for a two-part webinar series. I’m pleased to present a two-part webinar series on marketing and PR tips for library friends groups hosted by ALA’s United for Libraries. WHEN: Tuesdays at 2 pm on June 13 and July 11, 2023 WHERE: Online WHAT: You don’t have to be a graphic designer, webmaster, orContinue reading “Marketing & PR for Friends Groups”
Tag Archives: marketing
Be a Presenter!
Share your Library Marketing and Communications knowledge at the LMCC Conference. The 2023 Library Marketing and Communications Conference (LMCC) Programming Committee invites you to submit presentation proposals for consideration for this year’s conference, which will be held in Indianapolis on November 7-8, 2023. We want you to share your knowledge of the tried and true,Continue reading “Be a Presenter!”
Focusing In on Focus Groups
When was the last time your organization hosted a focus group? Focus groups can be intimidating to plan, coordinate, and host, but you don’t have to do it alone. Is your library or nonprofit interested in gathering quality input from your current and/or potential patrons or clients? A focus group can help. Your library orContinue reading “Focusing In on Focus Groups”
New Consultants Directory
A great place to find great library consultants. Recently I was looking through my LinkedIn feed and noticed that Cordelia Anderson, a fellow library consultant, mentioned she was soon to be providing a webinar for Consultants for Libraries. I thought I was familiar with this online directory, but after I visited the site, I realizedContinue reading “New Consultants Directory”
Webinar Series for State Library of North Carolina
Join me for three great webinars! If you’re in North Carolina and would like to learn more about library marketing and communication-related skills, my webinar series is for you! Feel free to join me for 1, 2, or all 3. Each session will take place online at the comfort of your computer or mobile deviceContinue reading “Webinar Series for State Library of North Carolina”
2021-2022 Annual Update
It’s been a fun first year of retirement and consulting! What have I learned about establishing an LLC and providing library online training? A lot! I retired on July 1, 2021, and started my consulting firm, Curtis Rogers Consulting, LLC, on July 2. I created my logo and website, got some business cards I designedContinue reading “2021-2022 Annual Update”
2022 FOSCL Conference a Success!
I had a great time presenting my session, Marketing & PR Skills for Friends at the recent annual Friends of South Carolina Libraries conference held online and in Mt. Pleasant, SC, at the Wando/Mt. Pleasant Branch Library of the Charleston County Public Library System. You can join FOSCL as an individual member or your FriendsContinue reading “2022 FOSCL Conference a Success!”
Marketing and PR Skills for Friends Groups
Join me on Saturday, March 26, 2022, for the Annual Friends of South Carolina Libraries (FOSCL) Conference (online or in Mt. Pleasant, SC). Registration is $25 for onsite and $15 for online. I will be giving a presentation all about marketing and PR silks for Friends groups. You don’t have to be a graphic designer,Continue reading “Marketing and PR Skills for Friends Groups”
Library Learning and Collaboration
Register today for the FREE online SE Collaborative Conference – March 15-17, 2022 I am happy to announce I will be presenting a session titled, Library Signage: The good, the bad, and the ugly, at the third annual SECC online regional conference. My session helps library staff members think critically about their current and futureContinue reading “Library Learning and Collaboration”
Are you reviewing your library’s signage on a regular basis?
On January 27, 2022, I conducted a free webinar for WebJunction titled, Library Signage: Effective Crisis Communications. The most important takeaway is that I wanted attendees to THINK CRITICALLY about each and every sign in their library. Part of this process is to conduct a signage audit. A great resource on how to do thisContinue reading “Are you reviewing your library’s signage on a regular basis?”