April 19, 2018

Publishing and Marketing Class Series

Publishing and Marketing LogoPublishing and Marketing Class Series

The Crossing Arts presents Publishing and Marketing Class Series, Tuesday evenings in February from 6-8 p.m. in room #127 at the Franklin Art Center, 1001 Kingwood Street Brainerd. Register by calling 833-0416 or on-line at www.crossingarts.org.  Fee is $25 per class. Attendees may sign up for one or more of the classes.

Download Registration Here:  February Publishing and Marketing Classes

The four classes offered include:

February 3: Publishing:

This class is for anyone who has ever thought about writing a book.  We will discuss today’s book industry, publishing options, first steps in getting a book published and what an author can expect once their book is published. 

Instructor: Krista Rolfzen Soukup, Literary Publicist and Agent www.BlueCottageAgency.com

February 10: Intro to Social Media and Blogging

This class will cover the basics of Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and blogging and how to use these powerful social media platforms to build an audience and gain visibility for your business or books. Harness the power of social media (including blogging) to gain readers, drive traffic to your website and potentially sell more product.

Instructor: Rebecca Flansburg, Social Media Specialist www.Lamscommunications.com

February 17: Word Press

This class will cover the basics of Word Press, including understanding a dashboard and admin panel, creating posts and pages, tags, categories, SEO, uploading media, using images, media libraries and website security. 

Instructor: Corey Kretsinger, Web Designer www.MidstateDesign.com

February 24:  Publicity for Writers

This class is specifically designed for published and soon to be published authors.  The class covers the basics in book publicity, including author branding, websites, social media, book signings, book launches, press releases and more.

Instructor: Krista Rolfzen Soukup, Literary Publicist and Agent www.BlueCottageAgency.Com

 

The Crossing Arts Alliance mission is to promote and enhance arts opportunities in the Central Lakes Area through facilities, partnering, and programming.

This activity is funded, in part, by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Five Wings Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund; and grants from Sertoma Winter Wonderland, Brainerd Service League, Mid Minnesota Federal Credit Union, and the Anderson Family Legacy Fund.

This event made possible by a grant from the Five Wings Arts Coucil.

This event made possible by a grant from the Five Wings Arts Coucil.

 

 

Comments

  1. Thank you, Candace! 🙂

  2. Wish I could go!

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