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Social Media for Book Promotion with Anna Caig
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Ticket costs: £15–25
About this event
Join communications specialist and author Anna Caig on this online interactive masterclass to learn key skills for marketing, promoting and selling your books via social media.
The masterclass will provide a toolkit of essential online marketing knowledge, as well as provide practical ideas for your book promotion.
Many authors now have to contribute to or manage the marketing and promotion of their books, on top of writing them, as well as finding time for all the other demands and commitments in life. It’s a tall order and can feel overwhelming. This workshop will equip you with an understanding of good, strategic marketing principles to improve the efficiency and the effectiveness of your promotional activity, as well as lots of practical ideas for how to fit your book marketing into a busy life. We’ll also look at ways you can bring creativity and passion into this work, reducing the ‘chore’ factor and transforming it from one more thing on that endless ‘to do’ list, to something you actually enjoy doing. The masterclass will look at the following key elements:
● What is social media and why is it important for writers?
● What works well on social media – understanding the dreaded algorithms
● Choosing your social media platform/s wisely
● Social media content that will work well for you – what to share to find readers who will love your work.
This 1.5 hour masterclass includes an engaging talk with slides, a number of exercises and plenty of time for questions.
Author Lucy Santos says: “Training with Anna is friendly, fun and (above all) incredibly useful.”
Michelle Matthews, Author, says: “Anna’s training was really helpful and packed full of useful advice. Her approach is very down-to-earth and she understands how many authors feel (overwhelmed, mystified, and panicked) at the prospect of marketing their work. She understands what goes into writing novels and what kinds of things authors are most likely to need help doing—her training is meaningful and tailored in this way. I’d add that I found the training useful as part of my writing process.”
About RNA Learning courses:
RNA Learning is the education division of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. Establishing an online learning programme has been a great success for the Romantic Novelists’ Association (RNA) and attendees alike. We are now entering our third year of courses that suit members and non-members at all stages of their writing careers. We offer a balanced, exciting schedule covering such topics as marketing, publishing, editing and all aspects of romance writing. Our experienced tutors are either published novelists or experts from the business side of the writing world. Courses are open to both RNA members and non-members. You don’t need any special technology or computer skills to join in. The courses will be run via the RNA’s online learning portal, using Moodle, a standard teaching tool used in many colleges and universities. Workshops, masterclasses and events will be delivered via Zoom or YouTube. RNA Learning courses, workshops, masterclasses and events are delivered flexibly so that students can download and work at their own pace and around any other commitments they may have, for the duration of the course. Many tutors do have live sessions, but they are recorded so that students who are not able to attend can watch at a more convenient time. Please note that all course information, documentation, recordings etc will only be accessible for the duration of the course. All courses are taught in English.
RNA Learning Terms & Conditions and Refund Policy: The Romantic Novelists’ Association (RNA) Terms and Conditions are as follows: The RNA reserves the right to cancel any workshop or event. In the event of cancellation by the RNA a refund will be given otherwise the RNA does not offer refunds. Participant data will be kept confidential except for sharing with necessary third parties as required. Participants should adhere to privacy and confidentiality during our programmes and workshops/events and may not share, publish, or refer to any manuscripts, discussions, comments, works, materials (in any media) used or referred to during the workshop/event, unless by prior permission of either the course tutor or the RNA, as applicable. Copyright of all course materials belongs to the course tutor. The course materials for the workshops/events will only be available for the duration of the course unless otherwise expressly stated. The RNA records all live events and holds the copyright of such events. If you do not wish to participate in a recording please turn off your video and microphone. Participants must be of the applicable legal age to enter into a formal paid contract with the RNA. All participants must adhere to the values of the RNA and accord with the RNA’s standards of conduct relating to equality, inclusion and diversity. Further information can be found at: https://romanticnovelistsassociation.org
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