Adding a second web writing course date in September

We’ve had a great response to our inaugural Writing for the Web course on Saturday 26 August 2017 in Nelson. Saturdays don’t work for everyone though and we’ve had several people get in touch and say they’d love to come but they can’t make the original date.

So we’re excited to announce a second course date, Monday 25 September. We’re using the Barbican Training Centre in Stoke. It’s the same great course, now on in work hours. We’re happy to extend our introductory pricing until the end of August for this second course. Register now for $139, after 1 September it will be $199.

We’re excited to help more people with writing better content.

So how will this course change my life?

Hopefully you’ll learn stuff you didn’t know before, like how to generate a constant flow of great content ideas. We’ll show you how to be strategic about your website content so that it works hard for you. We’ll demonstrate that SEO is neither rocket science nor scary. And we’ll give you the tools to become a better writer.

We want you to leave our course brimming with excitement about creating beautiful, relevant web content. And, because it’s our first, we’re offering it to you with a 30% discount.
Sound good? Register here.

Who’s teaching it?

Niki Morrell is a full-time professional copywriter with lots of experience and client work behind her. Before going freelance, a stint in Oz as a successful radio host sorted out her pathological fear of being boring. Niki has trained people in everything from ballroom dancing through to how to write haiku about hangovers.

She’s very ably assisted by the team from Avoca Web Design: Brendyn and Jan. They’ll be on hand to chime in and help out with the practical exercises.

We’re not saying that we’re really old or anything but there’ll be a combined 20+ years of content creation experience in the room to help you learn.

Let’s see a course outline, please

Okay. Here’s what we’re going to cover and you’re going to love:

  • What makes successful websites work
  • Anatomy of a website
  • Branding: sharing the right stuff with the right people
  • How to get good at writing for the Web
  • Better blogging and why it matters
  • SEO is not the bogeyman
  • Social media as viewed through the lens of speed dating

What other useful info can you give me?

When: Monday 25 September 2017, 10am–3:30pm (with a one-hour break for lunch)
Where: Barbican Training Centre, 563 Main Road, Stoke, Nelson
Cost: $139 (incl. GST) discounted from $200 if registered before the end of August, $200 after that.

We’ll provide:

  • Morning and afternoon tea, biscuits and snacks
  • Worksheets
  • Pencils and paper
  • A comprehensive resource pack to take home
  • A fun environment

Numbers are strictly limited so don’t delay! Registrations close on Wednesday 20 September.

Sounds great, sign me up!

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Brendyn Montgomery

Brendyn is the creative director at Avoca Web Design. He has worked as a website designer and developer since 2006. Alongside his design roles, Brendyn is a musician and teacher of Irish music (on flute and fiddle), with an M.A. in Irish music performance. He is a passionate trail runner and lover of barefoot shoes

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