Advanced Blogging Class
You’ve got a blog, a decent following, now what? Let award-winning blogger Jessie Rosen show you how to take your blog to the next level. In this four-week Los Angeles Advanced Blogging Class, you’ll work on enhancing your blog writing voice, developing new audience members, creating attention grabbing blog topics, honing your blog content calendar, and making your social media sing. Through fun writing exercises and targeted feedback, Jessie will help you create everything you need to launch the next level of your blog. Through informative craft talks, you learn how to use your blog to launch your business, career, creative enterprises, and brand while simultaneously providing you with new engaging content to drive your blog. By the end of the class you’ll have new set of pro-blogger tools to take your work to the next level and you will have generated a huge amount of killer content to bring in droves of viewers. Seven-figure book deal not included. Instructor: Jessie Rosen Jessie Rosen is a writer/producer. Jessie works as a freelance fashion and entertainment writer for E! Online. She recently sold a YA novel to James Frey’s publishing company, Full Fathom Five. Jessie’s blog, 20-Nothings.com, was named a Top 25 Blog by TIME magazine and among the Top 100 Websites for Women as well as Top 10 Websites for Millennials by Forbes in 2013. Her blogging has led to her stories and essays being published in Marie Claire, The Daily Beast, and AOL, as well as appearances on programs such as NPR and The Suzy Orman Show. This Fall, 20-Nothings will join Jane Pratt’s xojane.com as one of SAY MEDIA’s supported portals. She launched her blog, 20-NOTHINGS in 2007, and continues to write twice weekly. Dates: Sep 19, Oct 17, 24, Nov. 7 (4 Monday nights), 7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
When Marilyn Friedman first arrived in LA in 2004, she tried in vain to find a great writing class. She searched high and low, from Silverlake to Simi Valley. She braved cramped surroundings, stinky salads, lackluster writing prompts, and heavily medicated instructors. However, she realized that instead of looking for local writing classes, why not create her own for people to join her in. That's when she found her passion for teaching and writing. Almost ten years, hundreds of classes and three locations later she has built a community of amazing, supportive, and talented writers.
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