As many of you know, in addition to blogging and podcasting for myself and others, I'm also a blogging trainer and coach for artists, writers, creative entrepreneurs and do-gooders. I have two blogging workshops coming up, one online and one in San Francisco, that I thought might interest you.
Juicy Blogging E-Course: The Art and Play of Blogging for Artists, Writers, Creative Entrepreneurs and Do-Gooders
February 2-23, 2011
Optional check-in conference call on February 16, 5:30-6:30 PM PT
To register, go to http://brittbravo.com/speaking
Do you want to re-energize your blog and blogging practice, or rediscover the “heart” of your blog? During this 4-week Juicy Blogging e-course you will read and discuss lessons through a private blog from the comfort of home.
While working at your own pace, this journey will allow you to:
• Discover what you love to write about
• Create a big ‘ole list of juicy blog post topics
• Design a blogging schedule that works for you
• Learn tricks and tips for building community and engagement
• Connect with other juicy bloggers and have fun!
You’ll receive a coupon for 25% off one-on-one blog coaching!
• 2-3 hours per week (that’s less than half an hour a day!)
• $75, when you register before January 26th. Use the discount code JUICYBLOGGER11
• $100, when you register after January 26th
Blogging for Writers
January 29, 2011
10 AM-4 PM
The Writing Salon
The Mill Building
720 York St. #207 (between 19th and 20th streets)
San Francisco, CA
$95 for members/$110 for non-members
To register, go to writingsalons.com
Testimonials from Blogging for Writers Students
“Britt’s class exceeded my expectations. Britt was very vibrant and warm and made what could have been godawful boring exciting and interesting. She was extremely helpful and approachable. I give her an ‘excellent’ rating on all counts.”
“Britt was so engaging and personable that the time just flew by. She also was very encouraging and accepting of all ideas. She made me very, very comfortable and created an environment to learn and get ideas. As I knew nothing about blogging, I found it helpful to be able to leave with written information about blogging that I will be able to follow up on. I feel like I have a tool to work with. The workshop has given me motivation to continue writing. It was also fun to see what other people were writing about and the variety of topics and interests others have. Another aspect of the class was how supportive people were about each other’s writing projects.”