Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 10:30am to 12:00pm
This is a class co-sponsored by MI and San Francisco Writers Conference/San Francisco Writers Foundation.
We've all heard that we need a website and a social media presence as authors. Have you ever wondered what's involved in building a website? What is web hosting? How to buy and use domain names?
In this session you'll receive information about how to get started online with a website, a blog, and other social media outlets, as well as valuable information about web hosting and choosing domain names.
The session will cover:
- What is WordPress? Why should I use it?
- What is the difference between WordPress.com and a self hosted WordPress website?
- Buying domain names.
- What is website hosting?
- 8 elements every author website must have.
- Blogging on your website and blogging basics.
Detailed Q&A session covering
- What email marketing program should I use and why do I need one?
- Social Media -- what works
- Do you want to commit to using it or not. Pro's and Con's.
- How much should a website cost me?
- To blog or not to blog? Pro's and Con's... plus much more!
Includes a PDF of the presentation sent to you after class.
Linda Lee is online expert with 10 years experience with WordPress. She is a writer, speaker, educator, and website designer who demystifies the online experience. Whether you are a novice or veteran Internet user, Linda can help you optimize and monetize your website. She specializes in WordPress design, WordPress Websites, instruction, and problem shooting. She has built over 250 websites for clients on the WordPress platform. Linda is the founder of WordPress Bootcamp, Smart Women Stupid Computers and Askmepc-Webdesign. She offers remote training domestically and internationally. Linda has been the Volunteer Director for the San Francisco Writers conference since 2007.
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