[Webinar] Communicating with your Community


Date:  Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Time:  1:00pm – 2:00pm

Fees: Members:  $20 / Non-Members:  $30

Contact Hours: 1 Contact Hour

Webinar Details:

You will be contacted by NYLA with the webinar log-in details once registration and payment is received. You will need access to a computer with speakers/headphones in order to participate in the Webinar .

Description:

Wondering what’s better—a snail mail print newsletter or an e-mail newsletter that’s distributed with a click? This workshop will talk about the strengths and weaknesses of both, how you can make them work together and what you should look for in a vendor.

About the Presenter:

Libby Post, President of Communication Services, helped numerous libraries across the state rebrand themselves as essential services and position them for successful votes. She is also an in-demand trainer for NYLA and library systems across the state. A seasoned campaign consultant, Post also has over 25 years of experience in not-for-profit branding, marketing, public relations and fundraising. She is using her electoral campaign experience to develop new advocacy tools for libraries and to help libraries win.

Program Underwritten By:

Communication Services

As a full service marketing, development and public relations firm with campaign expertise, Communication Services is dedicated to helping libraries win their votes. Communication Services has also developed a program to provide integrated referendum and capital campaigns for those libraries that need to win as well as raise philanthropic dollars to help support new buildings.   For more information visit: www.commservices.net

Download the PDF Registration Form for more information and to fax in your registration for this event or you can register online.

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