Sunday, September 6, 2009

Our new site

While I'll continue to post here, our new business website at will be taking a lot of my time. It will have a link to a rolling list of CFPs, conferences, and training opportunities, and to a list of resources for libraries and archives. With CoOL on hiatus, bookmark us to keep track of preservation resources.

Our first online class will go up in a few weeks; if you need a class, let us know and we'll work with you. Since we're in Louisville, with a flood this month, and a hurricane, an earthquake, and an icestorm in the last 15 months, needless to say it will be about disaster planning and recovery!


Glenn Evans said...

Offering online classes is a unique marketing strategy. If the nature of your business allows for such a thing, it could be very effective. It helps the clients or customers interact with the company on a more personal level. The fact that online classes involve the clients in what the company does is its greatest advantage.

-- Glenn Evans --

Jamie Viggiano said...

Another thing that might help your clients and students stay up-to-date with what’s going on is to create Facebook and Twitter accounts for them. There are a lot of people on these websites, making them great platforms to socialize. Link the accounts to the website, and you’re sure to have a really good flow of communication going.

++ Jamie Viggiano