How to Establish a Web Presence in the Writing Community
by Jessica Dickerson, Vice President of Education & Programs
We all have times in our careers when we need to promote ourselves as writers. We might be looking for a new job, advertising our contract writing skills, or promoting a book. At the January program meeting, Louis Hemmi will present valuable information about how to establish a strong Web presence in the writing community. He will go over important aspects of Web marketing for writers, such as establishing your own site, tracking hits from search engines, creating click-through advertisements, listing your book on sites, and much more. A battery of new tools can help you assess the effectiveness of your Web site and your ad campaigns, and get user and traffic-source information that only a couple of years ago was just not possible.
The program meeting will be at the Holiday Inn Select at Greenway Plaza, 2712 Southwest Freeway (on the southbound feeder of SH 59). Self-parking at the Holiday Inn Select is included in the cost of each program meeting. You will receive a validation sticker when you arrive at the registration table. Valet parking is not included in this service.
5:30 – 6:25 PM Networking
6:30 – 7:45 PM Program
Unemployed members: $5
About the Speaker
Louis Hemmi is the founder of Louis Hemmi’s KoolWEB Project. He has 15+ years of experience in accounting (BBA – Accounting), Software Quality Assurance, Training, Documentation, financial advice, WEB design, and consulting.