This professional development course runs from June 11 – 27, 2013 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9AM – Noon. The class size is limited so there are only a few seats left. The deadline for registration is Monday.
If you are new to the web and WordPress, this is an ideal class to begin with as it covers the core essentials you need to know about WordPress.
The course will cover the core tips, techniques, and forms for writing on the web. Learn how to share your thoughts, experiences, and expertise on the web through a website/blog and social media.
Participants will set up a WordPress.com site and learn the basics of how to manage and organize content in WordPress.
Participants will learn about how to write for and share on the web, how to write articles, stories, memoirs, and marketing material for businesses. It covers a variety of web writing styles, personas, content organization and management, guest blogging, research, SEO, editorial calendars, copyright, community building and networking, how to comment, journaling, citizen journalism, and a wide variety of web publishing forms. We will also covering how to turn your blog into a book and build an audience and fan club in the process.
This is an ideal class for anyone with a website who wants to know how to improve their content and share better on the web. Perfect for journalists, family historians, storytellers, business owners, employees, bloggers, authors, and anyone with a story or expertise to share with the world.
I’ve covered many of the tips for web writing in my Blog Exercises as an example of some of the material covered in the class.
For more information, check out the listing for the Writing for the Web course course at Clark College Corporate and Continuing Education. You may register on the web, in person, or by calling (360) 992-2939.