Spring Classes on Blogging and Social Networking at the Writer’s Center

Writer's Center classes on Blogging and social networkingOn May 21, 2011 join me at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD for my two most popular classes:

 

 

Introduction to Blogging
May 21, 2011
12:00-2:00 P.M.
This introductory class explains what a blog is, and what it can do for a writer. It will cover several blogging software options, the basics on how to set up a blog, choose a domain name, how to post, and how to insert images. Participants will get a feel for what sort of content should be included in a post, how to organize their content, how to invite comment, and how to promote themselves on other people’s blogs. The workshop will brainstorm topic ideas for their own blogs. $40
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“I really enjoyed the class and the instructor. I found the class extremely informative and helpful as a beginning blogger.”

Social Networking for Writers
May 21, 2011
3:00-5:00 P.M.
Does the world of social media make you want to head for a cave? Do you think the world’s all gone to Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks? Learn to navigate the social surf online and in person as you learn how to approach social networking online and off. $40.00
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“Angela is a wonderful instructor! This is not an easy topic to cover in two hours, but she did a wonderful job.”

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Blogging Tips and Tricks
June 18, 2011
12:00-2:00 P.M.
An intermediate level workshop that is best suited for people who are already blogging and want to take their blogs to the next level. Students will learn techniques to improve their posts and their exposure. Basic graphics editing, search engine optimization (seo), and ways to come up with sustainable topics to write about will be discussed. $40
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“Very clear, fun introductions. Kept on track. Would take more classes.”

Intro to Marketing Platforms
June 18, 2011
3:00-5:00 P.M.
Getting published is hard, especially for a first-time author. Publishers want you to come with a platform and this workshop will discuss what a platform is and when to start building it. It will also give a brief overview of the tools available to writers for building a platform on the web, and discuss internet privacy and copyright. Participants will brainstorm what types of internet media might be right for them to use. $40
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“This was a very helpful introduction to an overwhelming topic—it does not seem as daunting now, to establish a platform and presence, as it did before I took the class.”

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