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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What Makes a Great Blog?

When I teach Blogging for Beginners at the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto, we get everyone's blogs set up, but that’s the easy part. Learning how to use Wordpress, Blogger, or SquareSpace will get your blog online, but it won’t make you a great blogger. Great blogs have five things in common—quality design, great content, clear layout, consistent posts, and audience engagement.…See More
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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What Makes a Great Blog?

When I teach Blogging for Beginners at the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto, we get everyone's blogs set up, but that’s the easy part. Learning how to use Wordpress, Blogger, or SquareSpace will get your blog online, but it won’t make you a great blogger. Great blogs have five things in common—quality design, great content, clear layout, consistent posts, and audience engagement.…See More
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"Great list and excellent comments!  As a teacher of being more intentional, I suggest you also (whether you are a presenter or attendee) take a moment to write out a few intentions for the event: What do you intend to experience and learn? What…"
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"Thanks for all the tips. I'm an extrovert so conferences might be easier for me. Still a conference like AWP can really sap the energy. I need to take breaks, and especially to get outside and breathe fresh! air. And walk, too. A notebook for…"
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Who I am:
www.writerland.com
www.twitter.com/meghancward
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
It's So You: 35 Women Write About Personal Expression Through Fashion and Style
Media outlets that I currently write for:
San Francisco Chronicle
My writing is:
Memoir
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
Yes
Services I offer to other writers:
I'm a freelance developmental and line editor, working in both fiction and nonfiction
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
Rockridge Writers' Group
My professional associations:
Member of the San Francisco Writers' Grotto

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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What Makes a Great Blog?

Posted on May 28, 2015 at 8:30am 4 Comments

When I teach Blogging for Beginners at the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto, we get everyone's blogs set up, but that’s the easy part. Learning how to use Wordpress, Blogger, or SquareSpace will get your blog online, but it won’t make you a great blogger. Great blogs have five things in common—quality design, great content, clear layout, consistent posts, and audience…

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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] 10 Things You Should Take to Every Writers Conference

Posted on May 6, 2015 at 11:30am 9 Comments

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I thought I was so prepared at AWP 15 this year, but there were a few essentials I didn’t take that would have made my conference run much smoother:…

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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] Twitter and Pirates (the real kind)

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 8:00am 4 Comments

Social media has many raisons d’être—to advertise, to entertain, to build relationships with other people—and every now and then there’s an opportunity to use it for a greater good, whether to raise money for a great cause or to help a fella out. This is one of those opportunities.

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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] 7 Tools for Blocking Distractions

Posted on February 9, 2015 at 8:00pm 2 Comments

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Today, social media is an important component of a writer’s life, but it’s equally important to know when to turn it off. For some of us, this is no easy task, which…

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Welcome to She Writes, Meghan. There's a San Francisco group at http://www.shewrites.com/group/sanfranciscobayareawriters. Join us there if you'd like!

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