Being a talented writer is not enough to get an agent, publisher, or reader these days. You also have to get noticed on the World Wide Web and do what’s called building a platform for your work—and that means having your own website. Get tips on why writers should have websites, how to get a site started, whether and how to find and use templates, costs, crafting “content” that gets noticed, finding and working with designers, and developing an effective design that will help attract readers and publishers to your work. Examples will include sites that illustrate both what to do and what not to do.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Member's Price: $ 40
General Public Price: $ 45
Ruth E. Thaler-Carter is an award-winning freelance writer, editor, proofreader, and presenter who has been published locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally in magazines, newspapers, books, newsletters, websites, and more. She is… View More »