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How to Be an Effective Online Writer and Grow Your Traffic (and Audience)
With Jane Friedman
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Session Date: September 10, 2015
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Duration: 90 minutes
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Whether you're a freelance writer, active blogger, or an author with a website, it's more important than ever to understand how search engines work, since it affects how and when people find you online. And if you're writing or blogging for an online-only audience, then it's critical to understand how to make your content survive longer than the short-term lifecycle of social media. Otherwise, you can waste a lot of time developing valuable or meaningful content that no one ever sees or acts on.


Regardless of your writing goals, this live webinar will teach you how to make yourself or your writing visible to a larger number of readers. You'll learn the principles of strong online writing combined with the proper use of keywords, to meaningfully increase how many people discover your work. We'll cover the basic vocabulary and tools related to good SEO, all discussed in a way that anyone can understand, even if you don't have a technical background. We'll also cover the basics of using Google Analytics combined with keyword research to improve your content strategy and help develop a long-term editorial calendar.

What you'll learn:

The 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 effectively use categories and tags with blog content
How and why to use images-and where to find them for free
How to use insights from Google Analytics to improve your website or blog over time
What free and paid tools are available to help you improve SEO
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Who should attend:

Anyone new to online writing or blogging
Writers or authors interested in blogging
Anyone who hasn't seen a payoff in their online writing/blogging
Freelance writers who are writing for online-only publications
Authors who aren't sure how to get more site traffic
Creative professionals seeking to build traffic to their site
Businesses interested in blogging to build site traffic
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Jane Friedman has been building and maintaining websites since 2001. Her own website, JaneFriedman.com, enjoys more than 100,000 visits every month. Read her full bio >>
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