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Isn't it time your work earned the attention it deserves?
Writer's Digest Annual Conference July 31-August 2

  Succeeding as a writer is about more than just writing well. Increasingly, it's about who can authentically connect with potential readers—and catch the attention of prospective publishers. Learn how to enhance the discoverability of your work and put word of mouth to work for you—at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference, July 31–August 2 in New York.

Get Social:

WD's Platform & Promotion track is a solid foundation in what you need to know to get your book in front of the right people. With sessions offering guidance in every aspect of promotion—from cover design to building buzz to acting like a writer—you'll come away with solid leads on what's important and what's next.

And one of the easiest ways to instantly gain traction as a writer is to fine-tune your social media presence. Take a look at one of this track's featured sessions for critical insights:

Social Media for Writers | Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine

  In this session, authors and social media experts Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine examine the most popular applications of social networking and introduce new tools that connect not just with other applications but with a community that carries influence and impact. Beginning with set up and ending with Best Practices and Online Etiquette, Tee and Pip will help you build your network, incorporate third-party applications, and build a community through your thoughts, opinions, and online resources.

Tee Morris & Pip Ballantine
  Get Talking:

The WD Conference is an interactive event—and many of the most important connections you'll make happen outside the classroom. Use #WDC15 to join the conversation on Twitter. So get social with us before you get to New York so you have friends waiting!

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