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In August, I recorded a seminar for my Writers’ Huddle community/teaching site (like I do every month) … and I wanted to share it with you. It builds on the ground I covered in Why You Need an Author Platform – and How to get One.
The seminar goes into detail on:
- What an author platform is, and why you need one
- Three key ways to build an online platform: blogging, mailing lists, and social media
- How to know what to write about on your blog … whatever type of writer you are
- How to get started with a mailing list (and why it’s a useful addition to your platform)
- How to use social media to grow your audience and your network
You have full access to the exact same materials as Writers’ Huddle members do, which means you can:
- Listen to the audio of the seminar (mp3, 42 mins)
- Read the transcript of the seminar (pdf)
- Use the worksheet for the seminar (pdf)
Left-click to open a file in your browser, or right-click to download it to your computer. These are yours to keep, so you’re very welcome to save them and make copies for your personal use.
Want to Join Us?
If you find the seminar useful, I’d be delighted if you’d consider joining Writers’ Huddle (click here for full details). As well as being packed with resources, the Huddle is a community of writers (including bloggers, novelists, short-story writers, freelancers, poets, and quite a few folks doing a bit of everything).
Whatever type of writing you do, and whatever stage you’re at with your writing, you’ll find like-minded people and lots of useful, relevant information in Writers’ Huddle.
You get access to tons of information to help you take the next step with your projects:
- A full archives of all nine seminars so far, covering a wide range of topics – there’s something for everyone here
- Four mini-courses so you can learn new skills step by step
- Two full e-courses, On Track (making progress on a big writing project) and, starting mid-October, Blog On (writing great posts and pages for your blog)
… and lots more!
You can get full details on the Writers’ Huddle information page here.