Saturday, May 17, 2014

How To Create and Use your own Website as an Author 


You already have a website and blog and want to take these tools to the next level?


You may have attended Jocelyn's Beginners workshop, or you already have a website/blogsite that you have created using Google Blogger. 
In this advanced workshop, Jocelyn will take the effectiveness of your Google Blogger website to a whole new level.
Note: You must have a website ALREADY designed in Google's Blogger to attend this course. Please bring your Google account name and password to the course.
You will learn:
       How to sell more books using your Google Blogger website
       6 ways to make money with your site
       How to target the right readers/your audience
       The 4 C’s to success for any website
       What SEO is and how to use it
       Building a data base / email newsletters
       How to drive ‘traffic’ to your site
       10 misconceptions about websites
During the course you will use Google Blogger (a free web/blog publishing tool) to further develop your website.  More information about Google Blogger:
Cost: $147.  Attend any other 1-day workshop during the Winter Writing and Publishing Week as well as this one, and pay $248 for both.
Not very familiar with computers or websites? Need an entry-level course?  A beginners course to creating a website as an author is available on Saturday 22 June.  See the following link for more information:
Beginners course costs $147.  Attend and pay for this as well as How To Create and Use Your Own Website as an Author (Advanced) and pay only $248 for both (savings $46).
If you wish to enrol for two or more courses in Winter Writing and Publishing Week 2014, please contact Selwyn Community Education office on 5219623 or to take advantage of discounts. 
Tutor: Jocelyn Watkin: writer, blogger, indie publisher (print and e-books), freelance journalist, sales and marketing specialist. She has tertiary qualifications in journalism, teaching and management, including a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

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