Between planning and hosting library programs, helping patrons find their next great read, creating curated collections for Libby and more, staff time is at a premium. It’s also one of your greatest assets, which is why it’s so important to find opportunities to make their jobs easier and more efficient so everyone can focus on providing your community with the best library service. 

Introducing SmartyCat for Libby, from leading library software company Orange Boy and their Savannah platform.  SmartyCat for Libby is designed to help you effortlessly promote your library’s digital collection, saving time while maximizing patron engagement. This innovative solution integrates with your curated lists in Marketplace, generating customizable email messages that showcase your featured ebooks, magazines, and audiobooks.  

Whether you are a library system with a large, dedicated marketing team or the person who handles marketing at your library in addition to the many other hats you wear on a daily basis, SmartyCat for Libby is here to help.  

How SmartyCat for Libby can help your library 

  • Save staff time, money and resources 
  • Boost patron engagement with targeted content from your curated lists in OverDrive Marketplace 
  • Maintain consistent branding and communication 
  • Customizable and flexible – you can target the patrons of your choice using the Savannah platform 

Learn more about SmartyCat for Libby here. 

See how libraries are saving time with SmartyCat for Libby 

Interested in a live webinar?   

Join SmartyCat on Wed., April 24, 2024 at 3:00 pm ET for an introduction to this timesaving module! Register today 

Join SmartyCat on Tues., April 30, 2024 at 3:00 PM ET for a live demo to learn more about how this new module works. Register today 

About the author: Jill Grunenwald is a Marketing & Communications Specialist on the North America Public Library Marketing Team. A former librarian, she joined OverDrive in 2015. Outside of the office she can be found writing, hanging out with her cats, collecting more Tarot decks than she has room for, and playing competitive pinball. Her favorite genre is something she calls “Murder at an educational institution that involves a close-knit group of suspicious characters.”