As of today, 331,526 new book titles have been published this year. Book marketing online has become the number one sought after solution by authors worldwide. Website makeover trainer and author, C.F. Jackson will be presenting at the Black Writers Reunion & Conference to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ms. Jackson's targeted topic for her workshop: "7 Key Steps on How to Get Started Right as an Author Online Overnight".
"I'm looking forward to bringing the "how to market a book online" quandary to the Black Writers Reunion & Conference in June. It's all about providing one great idea and that's what I'm there to do," she said.
"When it comes to Internet marketing and utilizing the Internet to generate sells, most websites provide a portion of the puzzle. However with Website Makeover Workshop, the ultimate goal is to create the central place on the web for authors and writers to learn what is needed to be successful on the Internet. No matter what the learning preference maybe, may it be through audio, video, or text – Website Makeover Workshop has developed the complete resource on the Internet," concluded C.F. Jackson.
The Conference is scheduled to start Thursday, June 18, 2009. For registration guidelines and more information about the reunion visit: http://www.blackwriters.org/registration.
About C.F. Jackson
And to help you learn more about how to market a book online C.F. Jackson, invites you to claim your free download Website Makeover 101 Session Video when you visit www.WebsiteMakeoverWorkshop.com. Ms. Jackson has been interviewed on Authors’ Speak Out, Urban Literary Review, Millionaire Blue Print Now and Atlanta’s WVEE (V-103) radio shows, to name a few.
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About the Black Writers Reunion & Conference
The Black Writers Reunion & Conference (BWRC) was established in 2000. A plenary unionof expert writers and infopreneurs, the conference offers educational workshops to help participants improve their writing and publishing skills. Committed to the development of both unpublished and published writers of Black descent, the conference is open to all cultures; writers from local and abroad are invited to attend. For more information visit: http://www.blackwriters.org