Monday, March 05, 2007

Websites for writers

This event was announced to Guild members in the e-bulletin on Friday, but it's also open to non-members (although for £7.50 rather than £5). I've already been contacted by lots of people requesting topics to be covered (for example, the best website design software, search optimisation and building wikis), so if you have a suggestion please enter a comment to this post.
Websites for writers

19th April 2007, 7.00-9.30pm. The Writers' Guild Centre, King's Cross

If you have a website or are thinking of getting one, this event is for you.

For beginners there will be easy-to-follow advice on creating websites and blogs. Plus, hear from other writers about their experiences: how can you use a website to publicise your work and what are the best ways of attracting people to your site?

For those with web experience there will be advice on how to make the most of your online presence. What are the new tools that could improve your site? Are you following the principles of good web design and usability? How could new technology change the way you work?

Entry price includes a free glass of wine. Places are limited so tickets must be booked in advance. To book please send a cheque for £5 (£7.50 for non-Guild members) payable to WGGB to 'Website event', WGGB, 15 Britannia Street, London WC1X 9JN.

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