The “Learning to Blog” Workshop is Back!
1.Â Apologies for the long hiatus.Â I’d like to start running theÂ “Learning to Blog”Â workshops again.Â Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.Â Once I have a sense of interest level, I’ll email all responders to figure out convenient times and locations.Â Non-JETs welcome too.Â Â (Note:Â If you emailed me in the past expressing interest, please re-email me.Â Apologies for the inconvenience.)
2.Â Â Advanced Classes:Â If you’re interested in a more advanced “Learning to Blog” type workshop (i.e., you already took the first one or you already know your way around a blog), please contact me at email@example.com.Â Â I have some ideas for “next level” workshops (e.g., how to consistently generate good content; search engine optimization; setting up your blog on an independent host).Â But it would be nice to tailor it around what interest is out there.Â So feel free to share any thoughts or suggestions.
Why learn to blog?
It’s an extremely useful communication tool.Â Whether you’re a writer, a communications professional, a business owner or just need a website to promote something, blogs (which you can also think of as very user-friendly content management systems or websites) are often the easiest and most flexible solution to get yourself moving forward.
Steven Horowitz (Aichi-ken, 1992-94)