Writing for the Web

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Headlines, sub-titles, chunks of content, pictures, video, hyperlinks, menu buttons, and alternative text are all things that you need to keep in mind when writing for the web. People read material on the web differently than traditional print material. If you’re not writing material for the web with this in mind, then they might not be reading it.
  • Getting to Know the Web
  • Tips on Creating a Site Hierarchy
  • Creating Your Content
  • Testing the Waters
  • Deciding What’s Fit to Print
  • Adding Audio and Video to Your Content
  • Getting Your Content Noticed
  • A Personal Action Plan
  • Summary
  • Post-Course Assessment
This course will take approximately 3 months to complete
This course is suited for:

  • People who want to follow copywriting careers
  • New website owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Webmasters
  • Marketers and sales people

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If you would like to sign up for this course, please contact us & we’ll send you your course pack!