Join us for a 6-week class beginning March 12 — web technology and how to use it as an author.
If you write, you’re probably aware that a web presence is essential for developing an audience for your work (which is sometimes called a “platform”). But what do you really need and what’s the best way to set it up?
Even if you have a website and online presence, you might still be asking those same questions.
The fact is that little decisions you make now can have drastic effects on the cost and effectiveness of your platform in the future.
This 6-week class will help you sort out these questions, and put you in a position to not only know what you need to do, but why to do it and how to do it.
No experience is necessary. We’re going to start from scratch. We’re going to talk about how the internet works, and build up from there.
This 6-week class will cover websites, website building, blogging, mailing lists, and so much more!
As usual, you can sign up for the full 6-class series, or just sign up for the specific classes that you think will be most helpful for you.
You can attend the classes live online on Thursdays at 7pm ET. Or you can watch the recorded videos. The class size is small, so there’s plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
We’ve received great feedback on this series so far. Here’s what a couple of others had to say:
“Brad has a terrific, conversational way of conveying his concepts.”
“The course delivered! Brad is a great teacher and I enjoyed this course.”
“Thank you so much for providing this class – by far the best class I have taken since college.”
Don’t wait, sign up today. You’ll be glad you invested in yourself. Register here.