How to Write Blog Posts Your Patrons Will Actually Read

Date(s) - 04/01/2020
12:00 pm



Does your library staff struggle to keep your blog up to date? Do you struggle to find weekly topics to write about? Do you sometimes feel like nobody (except you) is actually reading your library blog? You’re not alone! Blogs are a great way to advertise events, new services, and additions to your collection, but keeping it relevant, interesting, and updated can be a struggle. In this webinar, you’ll learn some techniques for creating an editorial calendar, finding consistent writers, and writing engaging content.

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Biography ~ Ginny Mies
Ginny Mies is a Librarian II at San Mateo County Libraries, where she oversees electronic resources and contributes to collection development and maintenance. Previously, she managed the Libraries program at TechSoup, a nonprofit that provides education and technology to nonprofits and public libraries. And before she fully immersed herself in the library world, she was a technology reporter for PCWorld magazine.


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