Learn how to write great copy that works online
People find, read and interact with online content differently than with print – and what works on paper doesn’t necessarily work on the web.
Furthermore, online content needs to be optimised for search engines so it’ll be more easily found.
This workshop will teach you how to:
- write short, sharp and snappy sentences
- create great headlines and intros
- structure articles to make them flow better
- format copy to improve readability
- use links and subheads properly
- write with search engine optimisation (SEO) in mind
- edit print copy so it’ll work better online
- improve email newsletters/EDMs
- improve the usability and accessibility of a site.
Taught by a former Sydney Morning Herald editor and journalist who specialises in helping people improve web copy, this is a fun, relaxed and practical workshop.
Who can benefit from this course
The short answer: if you need to write, then this workshop will help you.
After all, almost everything you write ends up online. This includes people who are involved in:
- communications and marketing
- public relations (PR)
- running a small business
- writing proposals and sales material
- producing copy for their organisation’s website.
Writing exercises are included throughout the class, so you can immediately practise what you've learnt.
Booklets and certificates will be handed out to each participant.
Have you got a question?
I'm happy to answer any questions you may have. My contact details are:
Mobile: 0433 387 505
You can also read testimonials from people who have been to my workshops by going to mediasurvival.com.