What: Blogging for Writers workshop, led by Kim Woodward
When: Saturday, October 10th from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Where: Midwest Writing Center
Successful writer and blogger Kim Woodward will be leading a Blogging for Writers workshop on October 10th at the Midwest Writing Center from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Woodward, who writes at the blog NewlyWoodwards.com, started the site in 2008 and now gets more than 125,000 page views each month.
In this workshop, Kim Woodward will share her best tips to make blogging fun, simple and even profitable. This will include:
– How (and why) to start a blog.
– Best practices in blogging.
– Ways to increase readership and connect with other bloggers.
– Options to make an income from blogging.
Cost of registration for this workshop opportunity is $15 for MWC members, $20 for non-members. Scholarships are available for students—contact MWC for more information. For more information about registration, please call or email Ryan Collins at the MWC, or visit www.mwcqc.org/events-opportunities/workshops/blogging-for-writers/ for online registration.
Kim Woodward launched the blog NewlyWoodwards.com in 2008 as a way to share projects and ideas with family and friends. In the past six years, it has grown to reach more than 125,000 page views each month, earn an income, and push Kim into a career in blogging and social media. Today, she spends her time blogging, teaching, freelancing, and spending lots of time thinking up her next big project.