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Website Design Guidelines for Public Libraries Looking for suggestions and guidelines on how you should go about it? This site starts you off with a great BASIC PUBLIC LIBRARY CHECKLIST: Items or links that should be considered for inclusion on Web pages.
Marketing to Libraries: Libraries provide a significant market for publishers and vendors. According to Book Industry Trends 2001 (Book Industry Study Group, 2001), which examines acquisitions expenditures of public, school, college & university, and special libraries, over $4.2 billion worth of books, periodicals, audiovisual, and other materials were purchased by libraries in 2000, with nearly $2 billion spent on book purchases alone. Over one-tenth of publisher's net book sales are to libraries...continue ALA Library Fact Sheet Number 5
The Gale Group: Download free marketing promotional tools for your library.
Fenton Communications has posted two of its communications publications for free PDF download at its web site at Now Hear This offers a way to think about a campaign from a strategic marketing and communications perspective, although it's not a guide to creating a communications campaign. Media Training 101 provides helpful advice and tips on successful media interviews.
School Discovery.com has great clipart under "Language Arts".
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The Anatomy of A Press Release by Judith Prebyl
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