Are you an author who wants to learn how to use social media tools?

Are you looking for some time-saving tricks and tools to help you write and promote your book?

Are you overwhelmed and don’t know where to start… or even which questions to ask?

This is a 90 minute workshop for authors and writers who want to learn how to:

  • Use track changes to revise and edit their manuscript as a Word document.
  • Set up a Google account and use
    • Gmail
    • Google Scholar
    • Google Alerts
    • Google + Hangouts
  • Search for availability of a domain name
  • Subscribe to blogs and build a Blogroll
  • Set up a Facebook personal profile and create a Facebook Page
  • Understand Twitter
  • Build a website and/or blog

This workshop will be hands-on where you will learn new skills that save you time and money in your writing efforts. A laptop computer is required for this workshop and the building is equipped with WiFi.

When: Wednesday, February 1, 2012, 4:30-6 pm

Where: Boiceville Community Building, Boiceville Road, Brooktondale, NY 14817 (For directions:

Facilitator: Jill Swenson, Ph.D., Lindsay Debach, and Claire Webber.

Cost: $30/person with advanced registration ($35 at the door)

Register: Email by January 31st


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2 thoughts on “How-To Use Social Media Workshop for Authors

  1. Informative workshop…the motivation to actively engage via social media is currently in gear…thanks Swenson Book Development!

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