Join us via Zoom for BATW’s “Blog Day Afternoon” on Saturday, March 6 from 11am-1pm to learn more about what today’s bloggers are doing to improve and expand their outreach, quality, and content, and how to dip your toe in the water if you’re looking to get started.
Swarthmore undergrad Justin Hall is considered to be the Internet’s first blogger. In 1994, he published a series of short, personal observations and thoughts online, including links to find more info. It wasn’t long before others began doing the same—to the extent that there are now over 600 million blogs in the world today.
In such an enormous sea of fish, how do you get yours noticed? Or even still: how do you begin to create a blog of your own? Erin Deinzer and her panel will share their blogging experiences and offer suggestions, ideas and insight for writers/photographers who want to reach a wider audience with their own blogs.
Meeting is by invitation only so look for yours in your email and register today.