Masters on Blogging in March and April

BPNW member Tom Masters is teaching two classes on blogging this spring.

Introduction to Blogging

Blogging is an exciting new form of “social media” that anyone can participate in. Currently there are over 50 million blogs and the number continues to grow rapidly. Use blogs to advocate for causes, communicate with customers, share with family and friends, and promote your business. You’ll learn how others are using blogs, how blog work; what RSS syndication is; how to set up your own blog, and some blogging best practices that will make your blog stand out. See an in-class demonstration of how to create and edit a blog. Leave with the tools to start your own!

Dates: Tuesday, March 6, 6:30-9:30 pm
Location: Discover U Northgate campus (go to http://www.discoveru.org for directions)
Fee: $49
Materials: $8
Registration: Go to http://www.discoveru.org and search on “blogging” and follow the links; or call (206) 365-0400 to register by phone.

Blogging for Writers

Blogging is an exciting new media that can help you with book research, building an audience, marketing your work, and measuring your impact. See online demonstrations of how to create and edit a blogs, use blog search tools and manage your research with RSS readers. Features in-class demonstrations of blogging tools and

Dates: Tuesday, April 3, 6:30-9:30 pm
Location: Discover U Northgate campus (go to http://www.discoveru.org for directions)
Fee: $49
Materials: $8
Registration: Go to http://www.discoveru.org and search on “blogging” and follow the links; or call (206) 365-0400 to register by phone.