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Creating an Engaging Library:
Marketing from the Ground Up
Renee Ettinger
& Joe Hardenbrook
Cofrin Library, University ...
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Programming
+ Bash

in the Stacks

Freshmen

Food

Games

Welcome
Partnerships

Nerf
tag
Bash in the Stacks video
+

Library Pumpkins
Spur of the
Moment

Little Planning
Start Small
Take a Risk
+

Authors & Artists

Runs Every
Other Year
Faculty & Staff
Celebration of Scholarship

National
Library
Week
+

Library’s 40th
anniversary

National Library
Week

Perception
“changer”

Successful
1st run

Edible Books
Edible Books video
Relax, Unwind
+
Stress Relievers

Therapy
Dogs

Low Maintenance Activities

Final Exams Week
Final Exams video
+
What

leads to success?
+
Before

Little admin support
No budget

Little Time

Inattentive Social Media
Always on the backburner
+After

New Leadership
Emphasis on Priorities
Raise the Library’s Profile
Make Campus Connections
+

Tapping Your Users
+

Student Talent
Student Talent video
+Partnerships
FOCUS
(Freshmen)
Student Life

You need
to ask!

$$$$
Chancellor’s
Office

Provost’s
Office
+

Students
Meet
regularly

Enlarged group

Focus on
Events
Dedicated
Responsibilities

Library Marketing Evolves
Social
+
Media
More photos
& video

Phoenix
Phanatics

Guidelines

Facebook
Twitter

“Ready to
Go” Posts

Doesn’t always
h...
+

Lightning Round
+

Questions
+

Contact Info


Renee Ettinger, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
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

ettinger@uwgb.edu

Joe Hardenbrook, University ...
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Lightning Round
Presenters


Colleen Rortvedt, Appleton Public Library
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

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Contact: Tina Babler, tbabler@apl.org
B...
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Photo Credits


This presentation features images from Flickr that are available for use with a Creative
Commons licen...
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Libraries can't afford for marketing to be an afterthought. It's a way to connect with your community, campus and school. Join UW-Green Bay librarians as they discuss how their library built a comprehensive marketing plan, utilized the talent of students, experts, partnered with stakeholders and designed popular events for its patrons. The end goal? Creating a vibrant and engaging environment. The session will wrap up with a lightning round, where you will be invited to share your ideas and experiences with marketing.

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  1. 1. + Creating an Engaging Library: Marketing from the Ground Up Renee Ettinger & Joe Hardenbrook Cofrin Library, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
  2. 2. + Programming
  3. 3. + Bash in the Stacks Freshmen Food Games Welcome Partnerships Nerf tag
  4. 4. Bash in the Stacks video
  5. 5. + Library Pumpkins Spur of the Moment Little Planning Start Small Take a Risk
  6. 6. + Authors & Artists Runs Every Other Year Faculty & Staff Celebration of Scholarship National Library Week
  7. 7. + Library’s 40th anniversary National Library Week Perception “changer” Successful 1st run Edible Books
  8. 8. Edible Books video
  9. 9. Relax, Unwind + Stress Relievers Therapy Dogs Low Maintenance Activities Final Exams Week
  10. 10. Final Exams video
  11. 11. + What leads to success?
  12. 12. + Before Little admin support No budget Little Time Inattentive Social Media Always on the backburner
  13. 13. +After New Leadership Emphasis on Priorities Raise the Library’s Profile Make Campus Connections
  14. 14. + Tapping Your Users
  15. 15. + Student Talent
  16. 16. Student Talent video
  17. 17. +Partnerships FOCUS (Freshmen) Student Life You need to ask! $$$$ Chancellor’s Office Provost’s Office
  18. 18. + Students Meet regularly Enlarged group Focus on Events Dedicated Responsibilities Library Marketing Evolves
  19. 19. Social + Media More photos & video Phoenix Phanatics Guidelines Facebook Twitter “Ready to Go” Posts Doesn’t always have to be about the library
  20. 20. + Lightning Round
  21. 21. + Questions
  22. 22. + Contact Info  Renee Ettinger, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay   ettinger@uwgb.edu Joe Hardenbrook, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay  hardenbj@uwgb.edu
  23. 23. + Lightning Round Presenters  Colleen Rortvedt, Appleton Public Library    Contact: Tina Babler, tbabler@apl.org Branding Research at APL Teri Talpe, UW-La Crosse    Contact: Stefan Smith, ssmith@uwlax.edu Murphy Library Hall Librarian Program Jennifer Nelson, Viterbo University  jnnelson@viterbo.edu  Introducing VitCat to the Viterbo community
  24. 24. + Photo Credits  This presentation features images from Flickr that are available for use with a Creative Commons license:  “Questions” by Tim O’Brien: http://www.flickr.com/photos/oberazzi/318947873/  “Instagram and other social media apps” by Jason Howie: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jasonahowie/7910370882/  “Lightning” by Bruce Guenter:http://www.flickr.com/photos/10154402@N03/2840585154/  “The Adventurers” by Michael Ocampo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikee032901/2306216747/  “The Talent in Neon!!!” by Maryalena Salman: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hookerplz/6266047952/  “Swimming Lanes” by agaumont: http://www.flickr.com/photos/agaumont/5183893016/  “No Lifeguard on Duty” by Ken Fager: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kenfagerdotcom/5232492353/  “Top of the World” by Izzard: http://www.flickr.com/photos/izzard/183927/
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