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Tuesday, November 6 • 2:30pm - 4:30pm
TMI: 20 Essential Topics for Artists & Nonprofits on the Web

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TMI: Too Much Information is a free rapid-fire workshop in partnership with American University College of Arts & Sciences designed to cram as much essential information as possible about having a web presence in to 2 hours. This high energy round-table is designed for artists, nonprofit organizations, musicians, and other grass roots ventures. The program allocates 5 minutes per topic on a wide range of subjects that are crucial for DIY web publishing success and improved visibility online. The instructor, Jake Peterson of Arsenal Studios, will be “working against” a countdown timer for each topic. When “time is up”, the class must move on to the next topic. This is an interactive, high-energy round-table. Topics include: Search Engine Optimization: Inside the mind of Google || Building links and improving traffic || MAC vs. PC: Everyone Loses || Wordpress vs Icompendium vs. Other People's Pixels, vs Squarespace: The easiest ways to have an online presence || Creative Commons: a guide to copyrights on the web || Tumblr: Twitter and Wordpress had a baby! || The many faces of Facebook …and much more. The workshop will also be broadcast live on the web and a forum will be provided for offsite participants to contribute and interact. Learn more at http://arsenalstudios.com/tmi

 


Tuesday November 6, 2012 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Abramson Recital Hall in Katzen Arts Center, American University 4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20016

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