If you’re interested in memes in marketing, I talk more about my process in a few other posts:
When I post on our Facebook page, I try to keep it as engaging as possible. Just putting your information out there isn’t enough, since you’re competing with so many other businesses and people. Photos and memes are a great way to grab people’s attention and ensure that your audience just doesn’t scroll past your information. I try to make every post I do as engaging as possible, so I wanted to share some of the funniest ways I’ve done that.
Recently, I started a new series of memes making fun of myself while promoting our performers. They were super-popular:
Here’s two I made for our Pete the Cat Storytime:
Here’s some I made for various holiday closings:
We also close on Sundays during the summer, so here’s one to inform everyone about that. Something like this is a great way to convey important information in a way that people will ACTUALLY see it:
Here’s one I made to get people interested in our recent opening in the circ department:
And this is a series I did to promote the extra hour we now have on Saturdays:
And here’s one I made for storytime:
Here’s my newest entries:
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