How To Turn Your Blog Into Bucks

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How To Turn Your Blog Into Bucks

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Join us for a morning of learning how to make money from your Blog (YES, as a writer … you absolutely should be blogging!). Blogs are big business. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to learn what blogging can do for your writing aspirations.

Tammy Bleck, writer/ghostwriter for hire, author, speaker and blogger extraordinaire, will share the ups, downs, ins and outs of creating a blog that will bring you business, solidify your brand and actually bring prominent recognition to your work.

Learn how your Blog can get you:

  • Speaking gigs
  • Magazine articles
  • Discover the 5 things every blogger should be doing
  • Learn the 5 pitfalls every blogger should avoid
  • Get radio interviews
  • Networking with A-list bloggers
  • More Facebook and Twitter fans
  • Sell more books!!!!

If you’ve wondered if blogging could/would make a difference in your writing, your book sales, your business and your voice, you won’t want to miss this IWOSC presentation!

Our Presenter:

TAMMY BLECK A proficient columnist and author of both the award winning book, “Single Past 50 Now What?” and of the award-winning blog, “Witty Woman Writing,” Tammy is a trusted and proven writer, ghostwriter, distinguished speaker and writing coach. As a life commentator, she has been compared to Erma Bombeck and dubbed the female Andy Rooney.

A notable writer for hire, she is known for her ghostwriting, celebrity profiles, commentary pieces, self-help columns, writing critiques and authority pieces. Her work has been published in the Los Angeles Daily News, Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, Portland Post, Jewish Writing Project, and the Jewish Journal, among others. No stranger to the arena of public speaking, she is well known for always being eager to help up-and-coming writers, authors, and speakers.

Tammy is a recipient of the Certificate of Commendation from the Mayor of Los Angeles for her work in educating the public and has toured, spoken, taught, counseled and conducted many a workshop over the past 30 years. She is a native Californian and currently resides in Westlake Village.

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