Friday, June 7th, 2013, 9:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.
The public is invited. CWC membership not required.
California Writers Club, Sacramento Branch Writers Network presents Harry Leman at the Friday, June 7, 2013 breakfast meeting. His topic is “Marketing with a Facebook Business Page.” Harry handles the Social Media and networking for The Market Place located in Folsom. He will present a Business Facebook Page (Timeline); show how easy it is to get started; point out some areas that may be overlooked; demonstrate posting events and pictures; and give pointers for getting noticed by Google and other search engines, no matter what your product or service is.
Harry has a degree in Electronics Technology from Sacramento City College and a degree in Vocational Education from California State University. He taught full-time for the U.S. Army at the Army Depot in Electronics, radar, communications and computers until 2000 before retiring. Additionally, for over 20 years, he taught evening classes in Electronics technology (analog & digital), math, computer upgrading, computer networking and robotics at Sacramento City College. Currently, he has a granite counter top and kitchen remodeling business.
The Market Place, where one can shop for home & garden, browse antiques and collectibles, and discover LOCAL artists and authors—all under one roof, invites authors to schedule presentations and book signings . For more information, visit http://www.marketplacefolsom.com/.
***NOTE: There is no Writers Network breakfast meeting in JULY.***
Writers Network is held the first Friday of every month at the International House of Pancakes (IHOP), 2216 Sunrise Blvd., Rancho Cordova (just north of Highway 50) starting at 9 AM. Meetings are free. Attendees pay for their own breakfast. Get map
Questions? Contact Margie Yee Webb.
Members are urged to invite their writer friends to attend these sessions. CWC membership is not required. They may also want to consider joining CWC to enjoy the benefits of mixing with many experienced writers willing to share what they know.