Do your learning live! Up next in May:
MEMBERS ONLY EVENTS:
May 7: Networking That Really Works with Alana Muller. Alana wrote the book on networking — Coffee Lunch Coffee: A Practical Field Guide for MasterNetworking — and she is the president of Kaufman FastTrac, a global provider of training to aspiring and existing entrepreneurs. She lectures and trains business people, especially women, how to succeed in business.
May 14: The Secret Life of Headline-Writing (And How To Make It Consistently Work For You) with Sean D’Souza. Sean wrote Why Most Headlines Fail, the free report I suggest every writer read. After a career at the Leo Burnett advertising agency where he wrote copy, TV commercials, and cartoons, Sean started Psychotactics, which helps companies do their marketing right — using the simplest, most effective language to communicate with customers.
As a veteran freelance writer, Linda has learned a ton of tips and tricks for finding the right sources for stories. In this training session, she will share them with you.
Don Vaughan has made his living with words for more than 35 years, and has worked as a full-time freelance writer for 22 years. During that time he has published more than 1,700 articles in an eclectic array of markets, including Writer’s Digest, Military Officer Magazine, Cure Magazine, Cat Fancy and MAD Magazine. He has also written, co-written, ghosted or contributed to more than 35 books on topics ranging from the Civil War to American festivals. In addition, Don is the founder of Triangle Area Freelancers, one of the largest organizations in North Carolina dedicated to the art and craft of freelance writing. He lives in Raleigh with his wife, Nanette.
May 28: WordPress 101 with Gabi Logan.
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