E-newsletter success will pull back the curtain on how valuable and effective connecting with
your customers is, all by using the classic and effective opt-in newsletter. Libraries Lead with
Digital Skills program in partnership with the American Library Association and Grow with
Google is making it all possible for you. Join Ginger Johnson (the same Google-selected digital
marketing expert who blew your mind in part 1 of this three-part series) for “Good News: E-newsletter
success” via Zoom Tuesday, July 7 from 12-1pm. Registration is free and open now
at https://www.gingerjohnson.com/ncpl-connecting-business-hat-trick/. If you attended part 1
and can make part 2, you’re still in the running for a $50 Racca’s gift card!
If there’s one thing we learned through this epidemic, it’s how important toilet paper is. But if
there’s a second, it’s the value of connection. How we’re doing that is changing, and your
business needs to be taking advantage of every possible avenue to connect. Supported by
#LibrariesLead with Digital Skills and #GrowwithGoogle, the Library is hosting “Build your
#LinkedInFam” with digital marketing expert Ginger Johnson. Join us via Zoom (where else?)
Tuesday, July 14 from 12-1pm to learn about the powerful, business-friendly platform and
community of LinkedIn. Registration is free and open now at https://www.gingerjohnson.com/ ncpl-connecting-business-hat-trick/. This is our final installment of our three-part series, so not
only is this your last chance to gain free access to this content, but it’s also your key to be
entered to win our $50 Racca’s gift card if you also attended parts 1 and 2!
Natrona County Board of Commissioners candidates will participate in a public forum on Thursday, July 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Ramkota Hotel, 800 N Poplar St, Casper, WY 82601. The forum will be moderated, with candidates having opportunities to respond to questions and concerns raised by citizens. Submit questions in-person the night of the forum, or in advance by emailing email@example.com. Please use “County Commissioner Forum” in the subject line. The meeting room can accommodate up to 125 people with social distancing. Sponsored by the Natrona County Library and League of Women Voters of Casper.