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Marketing a library

Nancy Rossiter

Marketing a library

promoting the best deal in town

by Nancy Rossiter

  • 133 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Chandos in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Libraries -- Marketing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNancy Rossiter.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19304661M
    ISBN 101843343061, 1843343053
    ISBN 109781843343066, 9781843343059

    The Library Book Cart Precision Drill Team Manual. McFarland & Company. Mathews, Brian (). Marketing Today’s Academic Library. ALA Editions. Ottolenghi, Carol (July ). Defensive Promotion. AALL Spectrum, Scott, David Meerman (). The New Rules of Marketing & PR (third edition). Wiley. Siess, Judith (). Library book sales can be the stuff of dreams for both library supporters and book lovers. For book lovers, each sale offers an instant expansion of that collection of cookbooks, mystery novels, or gardening how-to’s for just a few dollars. Paperbacks might cost only 50 .

    The Bigger World of Book Marketing. Sometimes it helps to look at book marketing as what it really is— a business. Book publishing companies have been working for centuries to create effective book marketing campaigns. Marketing is essentially a communication between parties about what they stand to gain from making a deal.   Devoting resources to library marketing isn’t cost-effective, since libraries buy only one copy of a book, whereas I can sell multiple copies to bookstores. Sales copy for librarians should be dignified and scholarly. Libraries buy only .

    The Emoji Experiment: The Pros and Cons of Adding Emojis to Your Library Marketing Email Subject Lines. I notice it, groggy from sleep. I check my email, as one does, first thing in the morning before getting out of bed. The sight of it causes my heart to skip a beat. "It's going to be a Continue Reading → Janu   Tags: business, market research, marketing, marketing strategy Bond Library Bond University Library provides customer-focused, quality innovative services, information resources and programs to support the teaching, learning and research needs of Author: Tiffany Mitchell.


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Loaded with success stories, this book combines practical guidance with ready-to-use ideas. The companion CD-ROM contains all the forms and tools your team will need 5/5(1). Every day, library marketers are engaged in a competitive battle to convince Marketing a library book to come to programs, check out items and cement the image of the library as a vital community center.

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My recently published book, Marketing the 21 st Century Library: The Time is Now, intends to help prepare future and practicing librarians to meet the challenges to our chosen profession. As we grow professionally, we gain momentum in our institution.

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