Blogging 102

Assuming you don’t want to take advice from assless AIs, here’s an actual blogging course being taught by an actual name-brand blogger:

Whether you’re a hobby blogger, corporate blogger, seasoned mommy blogger or someone just starting out, Blogging Bootcamp will teach you how to launch & maintain a successful blog. This course will highlight blogging platforms, branding your blog, current trends, how to integrate social networks, and useful writing tips & tricks.

The instructor’s credentials, incidentally, are as good as they come:

Jennifer James McCollum, APR, is an American mother and Oklahoma writer. She began blogging in 1999. Her blog,, has been featured in the Washington Post, MSNBC Entertainment, National Associated Press, The Oklahoman, Tulsa World, San Francisco Chronicle, and many more traditional media outlets. Jennifer serves as Executive Director of Oklahomans for the Arts, a nonprofit arts advocacy organization. An accredited public relations practitioner, Jennifer also provides part-time executive coaching and consulting in digital and public relations strategies.

This is a five-week Mini-Session at Oklahoma Contemporary, State Fair Park, easily worth your seventy simoleons. And besides:

Participants will receive original notes and presentations on all the topics presented, none of which are available online.

Shrewd, she is.


  1. Brett »

    28 August 2013 · 6:34 pm

    ‘Taint her first rodeo…

  2. jen »

    28 August 2013 · 7:53 pm

    Thanks, Charles!! I appreciate you. We’ve been at this thing way too long, eh? Come take the class! You can teach and I’ll be the student. =)

  3. Roger Green »

    29 August 2013 · 3:41 am

    She’d like to party like it’s 1999? Impressive, that.

  4. Charles Pergiel »

    29 August 2013 · 7:32 am

    Music concert tickets go for that much. I think we’re talking 2 hours of personal entertainment here.

  5. CGHill »

    29 August 2013 · 7:42 am

    I am informed at least once a week by a Highly Professional Blogger somewhere in the Twittersphere that everything I do is wrong. Probably why I’m still around after all these years.

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