Learn to Blog

This spring and summer I will be teaching classes in blogging, RSS and online marketing at the University of Akron, where I am a part-time instructor.

If you are located in northern Ohio, these are reasonably priced courses. Several of them are set up as one-day seminars, where you will be immersed in blogging for the full day. Classes are hands-on in a computer lab — not theory.

Here is the Spring 2006 schedule:

If you are local and want practical hands-on instruction, please join me. We’ll have fun and I guarantee you will learn a lot. Register online.


Anita Campbell - CEO

Anita Campbell Anita Campbell is the Founder and Publisher of Small Business Trends and has been following trends in small businesses since 2003. She is the owner of BizSugar, a social media site for small businesses, and also serves as CEO of TweakYourBiz.com.

6 Reactions

  1. Interesting news Anita !

    You could get in touch with Bill Ives and the Otter Group who are training people on how they can use Web 2.0 methodologies for organizational learning !

  2. Anita Campbell

    Thanks, Gautam! I may just do that.


  3. I never expected to see blogging take off with small businesses, in fact I was not real supportive when the guys wanted to build it at http://www.merchantcircle.com. Since then I have been amazed with 20% of the merchants building a blog. With over 14MM small merchant listed on the service it will interesting to see how this local small merchant blogging develops.

    We see the same thing happening with comments on Topix.net from small merchants.

  4. That is such an interesting way to introduce blogging to blooming writers. I now believe that writing will be one of the best careers especially that the Internet has gone a long way now.

  5. Yep, we’re also making bets on merchants blogging at http://hotbusinessblog.com/

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