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How to Blog Meaningfully and Grow Your Audience
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Session Date: July 16, 2015
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Many writers hear that they should start blogging to build their platform, help them get published, or sell more books. But is blogging right for you and your career? If so, what should you blog about? And perhaps most importantly, how can you do it effectively and without wasting important time you could spend on paying work?


This live webinar covers the best practices of worthwhile blogging and how it can make a difference to the growth of your author career. You'll learn the secrets of shareable & spreadable content, the best ways to get new readers, and how to attract more opportunities (and improve your writing skills!) by posting great content. It's also critical to understand how online writing is different from print-based writing, so you'll get a crash course in how to write blog posts that are online-reader and SEO-friendly (optimized for search engines), to increase your blog's discoverability and traffic over time.


Professor Jane Friedman has been professionally blogging since 2008 and is the former publisher of Writer's Digest. Her blog for writers at JaneFriedman.com has won multiple awards and enjoys more than 100,000 visits per month.


What you'll learn:

4 key benefits to blogging
How to begin developing a content strategy for your blog
7 principles every blogger should follow
The best practices of professional bloggers (those who do it for a living)
Do's and don'ts of writing for an online audience
How to write post headlines that get clicks and shares
The basics of SEO (search engine optimization) that anyone can understand
How to use categories and tags
How and why to use images-and where to find them for free
Using site analytics to improve your blog over time
Adding email/RSS functionality to your blog
How to begin monetizing your blog
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Writers who are curious about blogging and wonder if they should start
Writers who have a blog, but don't feel like they're getting anything out of it
Writers who have blogged in the past, and want to return to it in a more meaningful way
Writers who want to build their platform
Writers who have a book coming out in the next year
Writers who are thinking of blogging to get a book deal
Writers who want to improve their online writing skills
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Jane Friedman is the former publisher of Writer's Digest and has been a professional blogger since 2008. Her blog at JaneFriedman.com receives more than 100,000 visits per month and has won multiple awards. Read her full bio >>
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