Start here for access to complimentary bookmarks, customizable posters and fliers, digital commercials, and other tools designed to help you promote your public library’s online resources.
How-to Guide: Marketing Your Public Library's Online Research Resources (PDF)
Library Marketing: 3 steps in 3 minutes (Video)
Sample Tweets, Posts, and Blogs for Your Library (Word)
- Middle School Students (PDF)
- High School Students (PDF)
- Adults (PDF)
- You Came for Books, Stay for ... (PDF) New!
- CultureGrams (PDF)
- eLibrary (PDF)
- SIRS Issues Researcher (PDF)
- Poster and Fliers for Student Researchers
– Middle School
– High School
- Posters and a Flier for Adult Researchers
- Sample database descriptions to make it easy for your patrons to identify helpful resources (Word)
- ProQuest training and support resources (Word)
- Digital Commercial: Free 24/7 Library
- Digital Commercial: A Single Question
To download these commercials to your library's homepage: Right-click and select "Save Target As..." from the drop-down menu to save to your computer. Upload the file and include the Digital "ad" code into the HTML source of the web page where you want it to appear. Add a link to your library's database resources page near the ad to make it easy for patrons to connect while it's top of mind.
- Template for Initiating Local Business Sponsorships of Online Databases (Word)
- Library advocacy pathfinder helps you quickly find the right resources to advocate your library (PDF)