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Computers in libraries - SuperPac Hacks for your Library

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This is the presentation from EveryLibrary that was given at Computers in Libraries, Washington, DC, 2014. Talking about library advocacy in a political way.

This is the presentation from EveryLibrary that was given at Computers in Libraries, Washington, DC, 2014. Talking about library advocacy in a political way.

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  • 1. Super PAC Hacks and Voter (Public) Advocacy For Libraries EveryLibrary @everylibrary PC Sweeney @pcsweeney
  • 2. What is EveryLibrary
  • 3. What Kind of Advocacy
  • 4. How is EveryLibrary Different
  • 5. EveryLibrary’s Successes
  • 6. Why Talk in Terms of Votes
  • 7. The Numbers
  • 8. Party Affiliation Doesn’t Matter
  • 9. Library Card Stats Don’t Matter
  • 10. Library Use Doesn’t Matter
  • 11. What Does Matter
  • 12. The Librarian is the Candidate
  • 13. Your Library is the Campaign
  • 14. The Platinum Rule
  • 15. No Need for a Ballot Measure
  • 16. Tell the Stories that Matter
  • 17. Develop Your Message
  • 18. Build a Coalition of Supporters
  • 19. Keep them Engaged Online
  • 20. Give me an email list long enough and a program from which to send it and I can move the world. - Archimedes
  • 21. Get Out of the Library
  • 22. Door-to-Door Library Card Campaign
  • 23. House Parties
  • 24. Letter Writing and Earned Media
  • 25. Advertising and Paid Media
  • 26. Community Meetings
  • 27. Networking Opportunities
  • 28. Questions? • Tweet at me - @pcsweeney or @everylibrary • Email me – patrick@pcsweeney.com • FB me – facebook.com/pcsweeney • Read the blog – www.pcsweeney.com