I have recently noticed a bit of a divide among my clients and library marketing colleagues when it some to social media. While some libraries and organizations cross-post their content, others shy away from this practice and create separate and/or unique content for each platform. When I was a Library Marketing & Communications Director, I… Continue reading Social Media Strategies: To Cross Post or Not?
Many libraries and other community-serving organizations rely on grants to fund and enhance their programs and services.Unfortunately, marketing and communications considerations are often an afterthought when applying for grants. I have heard this from colleagues at libraries and nonprofits for years. So why not flip the script and start your grant application process with a… Continue reading Grant Opportunities and Marketing
As many of you know, in addition to running my business, I'm a mother of three kids. I've always found there to be overlaps between running a household and running a business, which is great, because the things you learn in one area of your life can be applied in the other. With three kids… Continue reading Five things I’ve learned as a social media volunteer
Thanks to my awesome intern Sydney, I now have transcripts of several of the podcasts I've been interviewed for. The transcript below is from the podcast Library Figures, and we talk about how to empower library staff and grow your social media impact. Tyler Byrd: Cordelia, it’s going to be so great to have you on… Continue reading Podcast Transcript: “Library Figures” interview on Social Media in Libraries
Since I launched Cordelia Anderson Consulting nearly nine months ago, people often ask me, "Cordelia, what kinds of clients do you work with?" When I first started my business, I used two factors to determine potential clients: network and expertise. To elaborate, the questions I asked myself were, 1) "who is in my network," and… Continue reading Building a client base