Want to start a blog for your business, but don’t know how? Or maybe you have a blog, but don’t know how to use it effectively?
Note: The original workshop, scheduled for Thursday, April 29 filled up. Due to popular demand, an additional new workshop has been scheduled for Friday, April 30.
Join technologist Peter Liu April 30 from 8 AM to noon, at the Malcolm Center, 1305 Holopono St., Suite 1, Kihei, for an in-depth, hands-on, workshop on “How To Blog For Your Business”. A good blog is the “voice” of your business or brand, and a linchpin for your online presence. Learning how to maximize the effectiveness of your blog can be crucial to your success in using social media for your business.Topics include starting a blog, how they are hosted on the Web, best practices in blogging for maximum effect, connecting your blogs to your social networks and much more.
Sign up now!Bring your laptop if you have one. This is a hands-on session.
Date: Thursday, April 30, 2010
Time: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Malcolm Center, 1305 Holopono St., Suite 1, Kihei
Seating limited to 20
Peter Liu Biography
Peter Liu is a technologist, Internet advocate and veteran of more than 25 years in the computer industry. He began his career as a freshman at Pomona College in the late 70’s working part time as an assembler language systems programmer at the college computer center.After graduation, he worked in technical support at Syncsort in New Jersey, then moved to the Bay Area to work for Amdahl in the late 80’s, where he made the transition to Unix systems administration and was introduced to the Internet and the World Wide Web.He later joined Netscape, the company that brought browsers to the world, where he managed a worldwide, high-touch, advanced technical group responsible for supporting their web server software implementations in Fortune 500 companies. After Netscape was acquired by AOL, Peter joined Sun Microsystems as a Sustaining Engineering Escalation Manager to help support those same companies.Peter has followed the growth of the Web first hand from the trenches, embracing Web 2.0 and social media from the start, and now has an eye toward Web 3.0 and beyond. After leaving the industry in 2004, he moved to Maui, Hawaii, where he is a consultant to individuals and businesses in assimilating computer and Internet technologies into their workflows and strategies.Peter can be reached at: