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Developed and presented by Libby Post of Communication Services, the LCTI will teach attendees how to create, market, and implement an effective advocacy campaign for your library.

8/4/2016
When: Thursday, August 4, 2016
1:00 PM

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Library Campaign Training Institute

A Free Advocacy Webinar Series

Developed and presented by Libby Post of Communication Services, the LCTI will teach attendees how to create, market, and implement an effective advocacy campaign for your library. 

(Note: Registration is mandatory, and "seats" in the virtual room are first-come, first serve.  All sessions will be recorded and archived for future viewing; registrants will be sent a link after each session to watch the recorded webinar.  Thanks in advance for understanding!)

Part 4: Connecting with YES Voters + Part 5: Get out the Vote (Immediately following Part 4):  August 4, 2016, 12:00, CST

This workshop details the nuts and bolts of a library field operation including:

  • Targeting through using enhanced voter files.
  • Phone Banking/Direct Mail/Social Media/Email/Voter Tracking

This workshop brings the previous four together with the ultimate goal of reaching out to Yes voters and getting them to the polls.

Register here: http://ala.adobeconnect.com/e2mcuzeax0q/event/registration.html

 

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