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Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Let’s get social.
  Succeeding as an author isn’t just about writing a good story anymore. Now it’s important to be able to tell your story by authentically connecting with readers and prospective publishers. Learn how to enhance the discoverability of your work and put word of mouth to work for you—at the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference, August 12-14 in New York City.

WD’s Platform & Promotions track is a strong foundation in every aspect of promotion. You’ll come away with solid leads on what’s important and what should be next on your checklist to success.

Take a look at some of this track’s featured sessions:

Panel: The Seven (or So) Habits of Highly Effective Social Media Stars
Zachary Petit (Moderator)

Jordan Rosenfeld

Jessica Sinsheimer

Oliver Jeffers

Dana Sshwartz

  Most writers aren’t social media superstars. So for this panel, we’re going to talk to authors and agents who are—and find out not only how and why social media matters in the modern publishing world. You'll also get targeted tips you can put into practice to boost your social media game—and ultimately, your career!

  Panel: Effective Marketing Strategies for Authors
Fauzia Burke
Dan Blank
  The biggest challenge facing an author is effectively promoting your work and motivating readers to buy it. There are a number of strategies for doing this right and making the best use of your time. But what if you haven’t got time? What if you don’t like or understand social media? Is it worth investing the effort? Learn why these authors think it is—and more importantly, how you can do it effectively.

Act now:
Be sure to register before prices go up onsite—and lock in the exclusive discounted hotel rate before rooms sell out!

  Get Talking:
The WD Conference is an interactive event, so get social with us before you get to New York so you have friends waiting!

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