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Blog & Newsletter Writing

Blog & Newsletter Writing Intensive

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Blog & Newsletter Writing Intensive

The Blog & Newsletter Writing Intensive happens in a short time span (1 day in NYC, or 2 days on Zoom). The course includes a mixture of lectures and assignments. It’s open to writers of any level. Farther down, you can view a syllabus for this course.

The beauty of a blog or newsletter is you can start one up without anyone’s permission. But how many are well written? Truly interesting or entertaining or useful? Maintained on a regular basis? Enjoyed by a wide circle of people? Precious few.

The key is to write blogs or newsletters so good even total strangers will be drawn to read them.

Here you’ll learn the specialized craft of writing for blogs or newsletters. Creating a concept. Writing with structure, voice, credibility, and a point to each post or issue. Also, setting things up and attracting an audience.

 Whether your purpose is to establish a platform, promote a business, or just to spread your creative wings, we’ll show you how to win over readers time and again.

About Blog & Newsletter Writing
Blog & Newsletter Writing Intensive

Engaging, easily digestible, and fun!

Robin McKenna

self-employed

Notes

If you want technical assistance setting up and learning to maintain a blog, consider our One-on-One Blog Launch.

Upcoming Classes

Check back soon. You'll likely see options when we finish our next schedule.

Syllabus

This course gives an overview of the craft of writing for blogs and newsletters. Course components:|
     Brief lectures
     Writing exercises

Topics:
     Concept: Creating a focused concept for your blog/newsletter.
     Point: Finding fresh and interesting points for your posts.
     Structure: Exploring various ways to structure your posts.
     Voice: Bringing your unique voice to your blog/newsletter.   
     Flow of Ideas: 
How to keep your blog/newsletter flowing with new ideas.
     Headlines: 
Techniques for creating eye-catching or appealing headlines.

Note: Content may vary among individual classes.