Teleclass: How to Set Up Your Blog as a Client Sample

How to Set Up Your Blog as a Good Client Sample

Carol Tice, professional blogger.

Join Carol Tice and NAIWE to learn more about how to set up your business blog. Carol is the NAIWE Blogging Expert and makes a living as a professional blogger. Her blog, Make a Living Writing was chosen as one of the Top Ten Blogs for Writers at the well-known Write to Done site, so it’s apparent that she really understands the world of blogging.

Teleclass time and date:  3:00 pm EST on Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Some of the topics she will cover:

  • Setting up your blog as a good client sample
  • Guest Posting
  • Getting and Managing Clients
  • Ideas for business blog posts for clients -Got tons of’em!

In her bio, Carol states, “I started Make a Living Writing because I wanted to share what I’ve learned about successful freelancing and help writers support themselves with their craft. This blog is my give-back to the profession that allows me to pay my bills doing something I truly enjoy.” Carol is an engaging speaker with a lot to teach, so don’t miss this!

Members will find call-in information for the classes in the member area of the NAIWE.com website. You’ll find it by logging in on any page of the site, then going to the Library link, then to the Expert Teleclasses link. NAIWE teleclasses are totally free for members ($27 each for non-members).

If you’re not a member and you’d like to join in time for the teleclass, you may click on this “Join NAIWE” link to do so. If you would like to register for the teleclass only, you may do so by visiting the Teleclass page. We hope you’ll join us!

Bring your questions and concerns, and be ready to boost your career with your very own blog!

Members may enjoy listening to one of her previous classes, 20 Blogging Success Secrets, at this link.

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