Better Blogging: What to Write and Where to Post It
There are more than a hundred million blogs in the universe, and maybe as many reasons for creating one. What are yours? And how can you make the best use of this platform to support your writing goals? This class will help you: clarify why you should have a blog; identify who you’re writing for; find your unique voice and point of view; determine how often you will post; provide tips for writing seven kinds of posts people will want to read; and discuss some options about which blogging platform to use. This class meets on two Tuesdays, January 26 and February 2, 6:00-7:30 pm.
About the Instructor: Paul Reali, co-founder of Charlotte Lit, is co-author of Creativity Rising, and the editor of three annual editions of Big Questions in Creativity. His work has appeared in the Winston-Salem Journal, InSpine, Office Solutions, Lawyers Weekly, and others. His fiction has been awarded first place in the Elizabeth Simpson Smith Short Story and Ruth Moose Flash Fiction competitions, and he received a Regional Artist Project Grant from Charlotte’s Arts & Science Council in 2018. Paul has an M.S. in Creativity from the International Center for Studies in Creativity at SUNY Buffalo State.