Blogging Your Voice, Crafting Your Niche
An online writing course
Next class begins Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020
You know the whys and hows of starting a blog. Now you need to generate some quality content. On a blog, you can write about anything you want as long as you have a strong “voice.” You can blog on one topic or many, but a strong voice allows you to wander with your creativity while staying in “niche.”
What is a writing voice? What is a writing niche? Explore these concepts and more with Shawna Ayoub Ainslie, a prolific writer and blogger with a strong web presence and a seasoned understanding of the realm of online writing.
In Blogging Your Voice, Crafting Your Niche, you will:
- Discover and/or refine your unique writing voice
- Use your voice to establish an online writing platform that starts a new conversation with your chosen topic, or adds value to an existing conversation
- Create a niche around your personal brand of voice + style + topic(s)
- Learn how to start cultivating an audience of engaged and dedicated readers
- Establish a regular writing routine according to YOUR schedule
The next Blogging Your Voice, Crafting Your Niche online writing class (5 weekly one-on-one sessions) begins Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020, and costs $265.
Shawna Ayoub Ainslie is an essayist, fiction writer, poet, editor and writing coach. Some of her work has been published in The Manifest-Station, Role Reboot, [wherever], The Huffington Post, The Oxford Review and Exit 7. To date, she has helped establish three growing publications including The Relationship Blogger where she is working to bring diversity into the existing conversation of relationships and mental health.
Shawna’s writing explores the intersections of race, place, and survivorship. She writes with honesty about her own experience in order to transform pain. As a coach, Shawna supports writers at all levels (including those who have never written before) in transmuting trauma to joy using the page.
Shawna Ayoub Ainslie developed, with Stacia M. Fleegal, and leads this course, which is suitable for mid-level writers who have some writing experience that they wish to transform into a blogging practice, even if they have never written for the web before.
This is a writing course, not a web design course! This course is about generating unique blog content and does not require any technical or web experience whatsoever. However, writers seeking help with the technical aspect of launching a blog are welcome to register, at the end of this five-week course, for a week 6 option to include tutorials on starting a blog through Word Press, plus the continued guidance of your teacher through the startup process.