Feb 12, 2019
Kimberly Crowder serves as the Marketing Director for the
Indianapolis Public Library. She has more than 13 years of
experience and has served in a variety of roles during that time —
everything from public relations to journalism. Today, Kimberly and
I sit down to talk about her marketing strategies and how she
brought awareness (and attendance!) to the new center of Black
Literature and Culture at the Indianapolis Public Library.
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- Who is Kimberly and what does she do for the Indianapolis
- Kimberly shares what projects she and her team have been
- The Indianapolis Public Library had a grand opening for their
center of Black Literature and Culture. It was run as a campaign
and they doubled their goal for attendees.
- How did Kimberly determine the target audience for this
- Are you struggling with your library’s current website? We have
a webinar to help you through this process!
- Kimberly shares how she brought attention to the event on
Facebook and how she rewarded loyal followers.
- Kimberly explains how she communicated unexpected problems with
the event with the attendees before they arrived.
- When dealing with a crisis, the best thing you can do is tackle
it head on and apologize to your audience.
- What would Kimberly do differently if she could go back?
- Kimberly tried doing an email blast to generate awareness from
a select few of ‘influencers’ but did not receive a good response
- Instead, she had to do a manual approach and reach out to these
people via LinkedIn and social media.
- What advice does Kimberly have for fellow library
Mentioned in This Episode:
Email Kimberly: Kimberly.Crowder@live.com