Craft Your Social Media Strategy Writers Workshop

Permission to forward granted and encouraged*

Registration is now open for YARWA’s April online class, CRAFT YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY. This workshop is designed for published AND unpublished writers of any genre, and YARWA members receive a 50 percent discount! *

*Craft YOUR Social Media Strategy*
Instructor: April M . Williams
Dates: April 1-26, 2013
Cost: $15 for YARWA members (non-member fee is $25)
To register:

About the workshop:
*Are you new to social media and overwhelmed by the number of sites to choose from? Professional online social media offers incredibly powerful marketing potential for authors!

* Which tools are “right” for you?
* Where do you begin and HOW DO YOU KEEP UP?
* How often should you blog, post video, “tweet” to readers and other authors?

This class is focused on getting the most out of small marketing budgets with free social media tools. With your new skills, you will be able to quickly implement effective social media marketing, attract new readers, connect with reviewers, and gain a unique competitive advantage. We’ll focus on the using the creating a strategic plan, choosing the right tools, developing an editorial calendar and creating content that gets attention.

After the first session you can begin applying cutting edge strategy to your marketing efforts!

* About the Instructor: *April M. Williams is the author of the book Social Networking Throughout Your Career: What’s All the Buzz About? April worked in Fortune 50 companies managing information technology projects before transitioning into a career as an author, coach and speaker. She takes her years of experience in technology & marketing and merges it with years as a writer and coach to create a programs designed to help authors brand themselves in publishing. April presented at the UWRA 2012 Heart of the West conference, which had over 150 trade show booths and displays of participating companies. April has guided learners of all levels, from the social networking phobic to experienced, on how to develop credibility and create a brand. Most importantly, April helps those of all levels connect through communities and then maintain a relationship to generate long-term income streams. You can learn more at

For any questions, please contact the workshop coordinator, Lea Nolan, at vp-programs (at) YARWA (dot) com

Lea Nolan

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