Event/Workshop: POWO, Poets and Writers Online, May 21 2011 @ I Hub

May 18, 2011 at 9:42 am Leave a comment

Poets and Writers Online (POWO) is a forum for Poets and Writers with blogs and those with an interest in using the internet in promotion of, or as a platform for their writing.
They are having their second workshop on;

Date: May 21, 2011
Venue: I Hub
Location: 4th floor of Bishop Magua Building along Ngong Road (opposite Uchumi Ngong Rd.)
Time: 11.00am – 2pm
Sign up/Register: log on to http://powomay.eventbrite.com/

Who should attend?
Poets, Creative Writers, anyone with an interest in writing

Guest Speaker: Aleya Jamal – Story Moja (The Reading Revolution)

Poetry performance by: Dennis Inkwa – Poet and Member of Mstari Wa Nne

Blogging & Social Media Workshop Agenda
-Starting a blog with blogger
– Starting a blog with wordpress
– Uploading photos/ embedding video/html code/sound/follow me FB n Twitter, gadgets and widgets
– SEO, enlisting with Afrigator,mashada etc
– Creating an FB and twitter a/c, Shortening url, including tweet streams on a blog
– Registering a Domain and choosing a host
– Migrating from blogger to wordpress or to a webiste
– Intepreting and using analytics

PS. Carry your laptop, for better learning. There will be also be free Wifi.

Follow POWO: Twitter @POWO, Facebook POWO
Email: PoetsNWritersOnline@gmail.com

Via Kenyanpoet

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