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29 Oct 2011

Get connected, feel comfortable, tame the mighty tech monster; attend the WABW Tech Camp, Nov. 5

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October 29, 2011 Category: Local Posted by:

So, you’ve heard about blogging, but have no idea what it is or where to start. Facebook and Twitter? Yeah, heard about that, too. You even have gone over to YouTube to spy some videos and wondered if you could do that, too.

 

You can, and we can show you how at the WABW Tech Camp from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at Temple University’s Annenberg Hall, Diamond and 13th Streets in Philadelphia. The camp will be hands-on, and you will leave with a blog, Facebook account and lots of information you can use.

 

People who’ve attended the camp have raved about it, and you will, too. Here’s some of what they have to say:

 

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  • “I learned today that I am teachable.”
  • “I loved this workshop (on blogging).”
  • “Perfect for me the new Facebook user.”
  • “I actually liked the size of the camp. It allowed more individual attention.”
  • “Please continue to repeat this event.”

 

The sessions: How to focus your blog, set it up with pages, update it and maintain it. How to shoot photos and videos, and upload them to the web (YouTube or your blog/website). How to create a Facebook fan page, and use it as a marketing tool for your business and/or blog/website.

 

Seating is limited to keep the camp small, comfortable and hands-on, so hurry and register here. The camp includes a continental breakfast and networking lunch.

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