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Session Date: Tomorrow, October 8, 2015
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It's indisputable: All authors must have their own website. It's critical for effective marketing (online and offline), as well as long-term career growth. Even unpublished authors can benefit greatly from establishing a starter site. Why? You work through the learning curve, you build online awareness, you make contacts in the writing and media world, and more opportunities open up to you.

This two-hour intensive live webinar focuses on the simplest, most robust, and FREE tools to get a site up and running in a day or less-often in one evening! You don't have to know any code, understand any technical jargon, or have previous experience with websites or blogs. You also don't need to own your own domain or have hosting, although advice will be given on those issues.

While several different site-building options will be discussed, this session offers a step-by-step tutorial on setting up a site using WordPress-a best-in-class system that underpins 1 of every 6 websites on the Internet. WordPress is free to use, open source, and continually improving.

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5 simple services that help you create a codeless website, for free, in an hour or less (plus what services to avoid)
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Writers who want to establish a new website from scratch
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Writers who have tried to use WordPress but need a tutorial
Writers who want to transition from a blog-only site, such as Blogspot or Tumblr, to a full-featured site on WordPress


Instructors:

Jane Friedman is the former publisher of Writer's Digest and the former web editor for the Virginia Quarterly Review (VQR). She has been building websites using WordPress since 2006, and is the sole designer and developer of her own website at JaneFriedman.com. Her website enjoys more than 100,000 visits every month and has won multiple awards as a best website for writers. Find out more at JaneFriedman.com
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