Blogging for Beginners January 5th

Posted on December 3, 2007


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Saturday, January 5th

Current course: Learn to Blog


What: a hands-on learn to blog workshop

Current course: Learn to Blog

Upcoming Courses: Blog Promotion (Pimp My Blog) January 12th, Blogging for Nonprofits and Community Groups, January 23.

What: a hands-on learn to blog workshop

When: 10-2 Saturday, January 5th, 2007

Where: Tradeworks Training Society, Downtown Vancouver

Why: Get a blog up and running in one day with personal instruction in
small classes. This workshop covers blog basics like:

* what a blog can and can’t do for you
* how to post podcasts, video, audio, images, and text in your blog
* basic copyright law and accepted practices
* solving basic technical problems, where to find help
* privacy and the internet

Who: raincoaster media ltd, in partnership with Tradeworks Training Society.

Contact bloggingclasses AT gmail DOT com or 778-235-0592.

How(much)? $65 tuition, or $100 for Learn to Blog PLUS Blog Promotion (Pimp My Blog).
Please pre-register via email to ensure your reservation.

With class size limited to 8, this will be a program of personalized,
hands-on learning. During the class you will create your own blog,
tweak the design, publish your first few posts, add a YouTube video,
and even some music. You will leave with a functional, personalized
blog and the basic skills you need to run it.

Upcoming Courses: Corporate and Nonprofit Blogging, Pimp My Blog (blog
promotion), Blogging for Business, Audio Podcasting, and Photoblogging (online and in
Montreal, courtesy Neath of Walking Turcot Yards). Please email
bloggingclasses AT gmail DOT com to be put on the notification list.
Bio: Lorraine Murphy has been blogging for many years, and her flagship blog, raincoaster, is ranked in the top 20,000 blogs in the world. She maintains The Shebeen Club Blog for the literary group of the same name, running through rain for students of her course Blogging to Personal Growth, and Blogger’s Blurt, a resource for beginning WordPress bloggers. She mommyblogs at TeenyManolo and celebrityblogs at Ayyyy!. Ms Murphy is the author of Terminal City: Vancouver’s Missing Women and a former Small Business Columnist at Business in Vancouver newspaper and Occupational Pursuit magazine. As one of the cornerstone volunteers in the technical help forums, she has long experience helping beginning bloggers develop fluency and achievement online.

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