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    Setting up a simple website
    Friday, 20 July 2018


    The course: Learn how to set up a simple and low cost website in WordPress for your freelance editing business. Gain the confidence and information to control your own website – you don’t need to be a tech guru. Learn how to talk to a website designer if you prefer that option. The workshop covers planning and research for your website as well as the technical details of what to do with easy-to-use WordPress and how to use it.  The day will be most beneficial if attendees bring a laptop (either Windows or Mac), but not essential. Notes provided and in workshop demonstrations.

    Sessions include:

    • Understanding the role of your website in your marketing strategy
    • Planning the content and structure of your website
    • Setting up a simple website in WordPress: choosing a website name and the look; creating pages including a blog; and adding text, images, attachments and links
    • Getting the most from your website after set up: promote, monitor and update
    • Creating a free website through your LinkedIn profile
    • Tips and resources.

    The presenter: Dr Rhonda Daniels AE established her freelance editing business Right with Rhonda in 2013 and set up her own website with WordPress at  www.rightwithrhonda.com.au. Rhonda has presented two successful workshops for Editors NSW: The business of being a freelance editor in July 2017 and Improve your quoting practices in November 2017.

    Rhonda has presented lectures and training at the University of Sydney Business School, has been secretary of Editors NSW, is an active member of her local business association, and regularly undertakes professional and business development activities.

    Enquiries: ednsw.events@iped-editors.org

    You can email questions before the workshop to Rhonda Daniels rhdaniels@bigpond.com

    9.30am – 4.30 pm (Registration from 9 am with tea & coffee)

    UTS Short Courses venue
    Level 7, 235 Jones St
    Ultimo NSW 2007
    This venue is wheelchair accessible and has an ambulant bathroom.

    Bookings: https://iped.memnet.com.au/MemberSelfService/EventBooking.aspx?selectedEventId=189
    BOOKINGS CLOSE: Sunday, 15 July

    Cost for each workshop:
    $230 for members and affiliated organisations; $150 for distance members (more than 200 km from Sydney CBD); $390 for non-members. Costs includes morning and afternoon teas and casual lunch of sandwiches, juices and fresh fruit, with water available all day; please indicate dietary preferences in your booking details.

    If the workshop is full, please contact us on the email address below and we will place your name on a waitlist. If we have a sufficient number of people on the list, we can consider running the course again in future.

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    You can find all past workshop details listed under the Events tab at the top of the home page and a map of the venue. The Workshops page.