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"WEB WRITING & EDITING" CLASSES

Web Writing classes and content strategy-since 1994.

 


NEXT WEB WRITING CLASS

"Web Writing & Editing Boot Camp"

Sept.10, 2014
National Press Club, Washington, DC (directions)
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

• A solid jam-packed day of hands-on training in Web Writing skills.
• You'll be DOING what you're LEARNING in a fast-paced, technique-based workshop.
• Demos, exercises, site critiques and lively class discussion.
• You’ll apply what you've learned to your site the very next day.

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WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:

Create Content with Impact
• Make your content task-centered and informational.
• Create goals for everything you put online.

Make Text Scannable
• Turn big blocks of text into bite-sized chunks.
• Create a strategy for making text scannable.

Use Fewer Words
• Shorten verbose text, say more with less.
• Write for clarity and impact using Plain Language.


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Next Web Writing class:

Sept.10, 2014
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
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KUDOS

"I learned more in 90 minutes about what was wrong with my company's web site than three web designers have been able to give me in the last five months!"

- Stuart,
Capitol Network, Inc.

"You are a terrific instructor, and you really have a gift for explaining things to people- making writing much easier!
-- Mary Fumento
American Public Power Association




"I loved/hated the writing exercises-but they were VERY valuable. As painful and difficult as they could be for me, it was the quickest method to point out what you do and don't know. With each one, you learn and improve a little!"

-University of Louisville student