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category dublin | arts and media | press release author Wednesday February 23, 2011 17:12author by Niall Flaherty - Artist-makers Onlineauthor email info at artistmakersonline dot com Report this post to the editors

March and April courses now booking!

This 4-part course is ideal for individuals who are interested in building portfolio websites to include e-Commerce, social-media and are search-engine optimised. Pay securely now via Paypal to reserve your place.

What does the course cover?

1. Get your site online (domain-name and hosting)
2. Publish your content (using wordpress as a CMS)
3. Sell and promote your work (ecommerce and social media)
4. Optimise your site for search engines (SEO and Google Analytics)

This 4-part course is ideal for individuals who are interested in building portfolio websites to include e-Commerce, social-media and are search-engine optimised. Pay securely now via Paypal to reserve your place.

What does the course cover?

1. Get your site online (domain-name and hosting)
2. Publish your content (using wordpress as a CMS)
3. Sell and promote your work (ecommerce and social media)
4. Optimise your site for search engines (SEO and Google Analytics)

Venue:
Carmelite Community Centre,
Whitefriar Street (Aungier Street),
Dublin 2

or email info@artistmakersonline.com

This course was developed in association with Visual Artists Ireland and Clare County Council’s Arts Office and was also delivered as part of the NCAD CEAD short evening courses 2010, and as part of the Midlands Masterclasses 2010 for Offaly County Council. The course was designed to meet the needs of a diverse group of artists, designers and practitioners who wanted to publish, promote and sell their work online. The course would be equally useful to sole traders, self-employed or small businesses who wanted to create a web-presence.

Course Facilitator:
Niall Flaherty has lectured for NCAD and DIT in drawing, photography, video, new-media and sculpture. Niall is a founder member of Blackletter Artists Group. Recently he started Artist-makers Online to assist artists and creative groups to improve their web-presence. He has developed courses for the NCAD, DIT, Visual Artists Ireland, National Sculpture Factory, and Clare and Offaly County Councils.

Please re-post or print the attached poster for your notice-board if appropriate, cheers.

Related Link: http://www.artistmakersonline.com/course-booking/

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