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Tag Archives: library users
Who do you want to reach? Public library usage in the UK (2014) 4,134 public libraries including mobiles in the UK 288,044,000 visits to public libraries per year 4,522 visits per 1,000 of the population 42,914 computer terminals in libraries … Continue reading
As part of a campaign covering seven south coast library regions, Bournemouth Libraries are making great use of their Library Bookmarks to promote various library services. As a direct result, the advertisers ‘Complan’, who appear on the bookmarks, also derive great value from their … Continue reading
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We asked people, and they told us: “How often you read a book per week?” On average, they pick up a book 8.5 times a week. “Would you use a bookmark if given one?” 92% use bookmarks “How often you … Continue reading
The libraries are keen to use the unique novel tool of a library bookmark to get their messages out to their library users – and beyond! The sponsor’s message also reaches the same audience! In this case, Walsall libraries are reaching out to … Continue reading
“Things to do”, markets, museums, pantos and pandas… Library Bookmarks reach a market of searching public library users – Parent’s and toddlers: at ‘Bounce and rhyme’ Bookstart every week. Schools kids: Homework clubs, resources and the Summer Reading Challenge Teens: Internet and Computer use. Teen Fiction! Study resources. Searching students: Study resources. … Continue reading
76% of 5-10 year olds and 39% of adults visited a public library in the last year. 76 % of children aged 5 to 10 71% of children aged 11 to 15 36 % of young people aged 16-24 39% adults aged 16-74 43 … Continue reading