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Social Media Workshop for Writers

Feb 19
Feb 19
1:00 - 2:30 PM CST
Kim Baldwin
The Porch Headquarters at 2811 Dogwood Pl, Nashville, TN 37204
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Do you freeze up every time you need to promote your writing online? Are you worried you're annoying your friends? Do you write out a long caption and then delete it and walk away? Good news, I can help. You'll discover tips and tricks that will empower you to tell people about that thing you wrote! In this workshop, participants will learn how often to post, when to post, what to post about, examples of pictures and graphics, as well as best practices for getting good engagement online. Come with an open mind and leave with a social strategy!

Note: This class is scheduled to take place in-person at Porch HQ. You must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to participate, and we will enroll a maximum of 9 participants. Masks are not required at this time, though we will revisit this policy as needed. Check our website and this listing for details before you attend class.

Kim Baldwin is a social media strategist and writer in Nashville. She developed and executed the social media strategy for SE-YA Book Festival for many years, working with local YA authors to help promote both them and the festival. A writer herself, as well as an avid reader and former bookseller, Kim understands writers. When she's not reading or feeding stray cats, Kim hosts a popular podcast called Ladyland, where she interviews Porch faves like Mary Laura Philpott, Ciona Rouse, Destiny Birdsong, Natalie Lima, and more.

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