Starts Monday, April 18, 2011
at 6:30 PM for 120 minutes
Location: Philadelphia Free Library
What is the bottom up revolution and how has it changed your life and the writer's world?
What does it mean to be a part of the shift from an information era to a connection era?
Why write? For money, to entertain, to make a difference, to help others, to cast light in the darkness, to share your feelings, your hopes, your joys, your disgust, ...
How to create great titles that optimize your SEO, ie., your article being found by search engines
How to make your article more credible
How to get your reader to start reading and keep reading
How to use twitter, facebook, linked in and google effectively to expand the reach of your article.
How to use twitter, facebook, linked in and google alerts to research your articles and cover your "beats"
Common missed opportunities and mistakes people make.
How to use free, permitted images that increase readership
Why write without getting paid?
One of my favorite writing quotes is from Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. "Sometimes the head steals the hearts best blood."
Organization: Philadelphia Writers Conference
Directions: Philadelphia Free Library, Main Branch at 18th and Vine Street.
Contact Info: Rob Kall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Registration Not Required)
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