Pushing the Electronic Envelope Even Farther! Using Cyberspace to Advance Your Career on October 3

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Don’t Forget to Register for the 10/3 AIW Seminar in Northwest DC!

If you haven’t yet registered for my upcoming American Independent Writers / Johns Hopkins University seminar Pushing the Electronic Envelope Even Farther! Using Cyberspace to Advance Your Career, now’s the time. Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll get in this all-day event, hosted by yours truly, Kristen King:

4 Info-Packed Sessions with More Than a Dozen Expert Presenters

  • Building and Leveraging Your Social Network — Facebook, LinkedIn, and More with Jeff Taylor, Jen Consalvo, Shashi Bellamkonda, and Austin Camacho
  • To Tweet or Not to Tweet? That Is the Question… On Twitter, Blogging and Vlogging with Laurie White, Deborah Ager, and Nancy Shute
  • Using Online Tools to Manage Your Writing Business: Low-cost and No-cost Must-Haves for Every Freelancer and Author with Thursday Bram and Mayra Ruiz-McPherson
  • More Writer’s Website Do’s and Don’ts: How to Take Your Writing Website to the Next Level and Find Work Online with Dori Kelner, Jill Kurtz, Paula Whyman

Get the full event details and a downloadable flier to share with your friends

Ready to sign up?

Three ways to register!
§         Phone: 202-775-5150
§         Online: www.aiwriters.org
§         E-mail: rsvp@aiwriters.org

Regular Registration (beginning September 21, 2009)
§         Member Price, $89
§         Nonmember Price, $129
§         Student Price, $49

Important Note:
§         New membership is only $100/year now through December 31, so join when you register to get the member price for this and upcoming events over the next 12 months! Call 202-775-5150 for details.

As with all AIW events, be sure to mention your membership status and the event for which you’re responding.

See you there!

Contents Copyright © 2006-2014 Kristen King

2 comments… add one
  • Ken Norkin Sep 25, 2009

    One of these days, AIW will hold this event or one of your conference sessions when I can actually attend! I really need the lessons this is going to teach, but have to be out of town. I’m sure you’re going to put on a great program.

  • another nice event. and it surely helps to improve oneself to be able to find a nice career! When you first said electronic envelope, the first thought that entered my mind was ‘EMAIL?’ I hope I’m not wrong about this…

    – Jack Leak

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