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$25 Discount on Mediabistro’s Social Media 101 Workshop

by Miral Sattar •  April 23, 2013  •   Follow miralsattar

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Hey, authors! We’re super excited to team up with MediaBistro to offer you a discount on their Social Media 101 Online Workshop. It starts next week and it’s not too late to register. 

Mediabistro’s Social Media 101 | An Interactive Online Event & Workshop

May 2 – 30, 2013:


Need a crash course in social media? Get set up on social networking platforms including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+ in Mediabistro’s Social Media 101, a five-week online event and workshop. Determine what social media platforms matter most to your business goals and build an online community of followers. Engage in live weekly video webcasts and Q&A sessions with expert speakers who will share tips to creating meaningful content that engages your audience and drives sales. Our topics include:

–        Gaining followers and building a Twitter community with social media strategist Lauren Dugan

–        Discovering emerging platforms like Pinterest, Quora, Instagram, and Tumblr with Emily Miethner, founder of NY Creative Interns

–        Establishing a brand presence using Facebook Pages for business with Liz Borod Wright, editor and publisher for Travelogged

Check out the full program:

Mediabistro is offering a $25 discount on the May session of Social Media 101 for the BiblioCrunch community. All you have to do is enter promotional code BCRUNCH25 at checkout when you register here. Hurry! The online event starts on May 2, so sign up soon!


About Miral Sattar

Lover of books. CEO & founder of Bibliocrunch. Love storytelling in all its forms. Formerly TIME. I'm a new media entrepreneur who has worked in the media industry for 11 years. My mission is simple – to innovate the publishing industry with technology. My company has been featured in BBC World News, Money Magazine, Bloomberg, Consumer Reports, Forbes, WSJ, MediaBistro, PBS, Columbia Journalism Review, The Next Web, Publishers Weekly, and a bunch of other places. Bibliocrunch was also selected as The Next Big Thing in media by the Paley Center. I also used to run a popular South Asian culture blog called Divanee. Before I ran my own company and became a mom, I used to be on the board for several literacy organizations, and wrote a LOT more. Hopefully, when things are calmer I can go back to that! :)