As you've no doubt noticed, I've been serialising Writing E-Books for Fun and Profit.
I'm taking a break for two reasons. The first is to ask if you are finding the serialised posts helpful. Are you?
And, of course, I have to give you the URL for the e-book. www.TheBookOnEBooks.com
The other reason to take a break is because Pam Foster just released a new course for anyone who wants to write for the web. That's anyone - copywriters, business owners, anyone who is putting content together for a web site.
The best things about the course - in my admittedly biased opinion - is that it's in e-books format. Isn't that cool?
And Pam has put together a whole basket of worksheets to go with it.
When Pam told me about it, I asked her to send me a paragraph to describe it. She did, and she described it better than I can.
"It walks you through very clear steps and tools you can use to work with clients in a methodical manner so nothing gets confused or lost in the process of building a web site."
The first thing that popped into my head is that you can use the whole package as a checklist for your own site - to build it, or do a review on it. Then you can take that information and put it to work with clients.
"Some of the steps and tools are from my original Internet Jungle Guide book, but this is expanded for web copywriters and their specific needs. So there's much more for the web copywriter including sample proposals, fee ranges, screen shots, best practices, etc."
I have Pam's Internet Jungle Guide and I found it hugely helpful when I was putting my own site together. I've also loaned it out to friends, and used the information with clients. So when Pam says she has expanded on the IJG and made it better, I'm thinking it's worth having a look.
Pam sent me the URL, so if you want to have a look just go to http://www.awaionline.com/web-marketing/clients/learn/organize-web-content/
And, hey, let me know what you think.