Travel Blogging Workshop: October 28, Corte Madera, CA

According to recent stats, 8% of Internet users (about 12 million American adults) keep a blog and 39% of Internet users (about 57 million American adults) read blogs. Plus, Technorati estimates that 30,000 new Web logs are created daily.

So how can you capitalize on this new online publishing craze? Attend this one-day workshop by three blog-savvy instructors to find out how to get started, what software is right, how photos and links boost traffic, how to stand out from the crowd, and more. Whether you want to find out how to write a blog in general, a travel blog, or a dive travel blog featuring your photos, don’t miss this one-day workshop.

About the three instructors:
Jennifer Leo has blogged for Weblogs, Inc.,, and currently writes for
• Bradley Charbonneau is a travel writer and a Website developer at
• Gil Zeimer is the editor-in-chief for, world traveler and an award-winning advertising writer at

Travel Blogging Workshop
10:00-4:00 pm Sat., Oct. 28 ($95)
Reserve the class now. Seating is limited.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on October 13, 2006 in Travel

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