5 Ways You Can Improve Your Website to Find Clients

by Raya P. Morrison At the February 25, 2020, Editors Toronto program meeting, I co-hosted a panel with Ellen Keeble on generating business online. After Ellen’s presentation on search engine marketing (read more about that in her BoldFace article), she and I provided a live critique of a few Editors Toronto members’ websites. Some common … Continue reading 5 Ways You Can Improve Your Website to Find Clients

How to Leverage Search Engine Marketing for Your Website

by Ellen Keeble What do you do? Why should I hire you? How to answer these questions and use them to make an effective website was the basis of a panel I co-hosted with Raya P. Morrison at the February program meeting. Whether you want to boost your visibility online, market your services, or write … Continue reading How to Leverage Search Engine Marketing for Your Website

Generating Business Online: Build Your Skills in Website Creation and Discoverability

Date: Tuesday, February 25, 7:00 – 9:30 pm Location: Viola Desmond Room (3rd floor) at the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) Spadina, 192 Spadina Ave. Map: goo.gl/maps/VRvEPVLumjmuHWbz8 One of the best tools editors have to showcase their skills, outline their services, and expand their business is a website. But in order to be effective, a website needs to … Continue reading Generating Business Online: Build Your Skills in Website Creation and Discoverability

Webinar: The WordPress A to Z webinar series

Knowing how to use WordPress is an empowering and essential business skill in today's world of writing, editing, collaborating and publishing online content. This is a four-part webinar series that will teach you how to use WordPress, the world's leading content management system and blogging platform. It's ideal for writers, editors, and anyone who needs … Continue reading Webinar: The WordPress A to Z webinar series

Promoting accessibility in editorial businesses

By Christine Albert As a student enrolled in an editing program, I’m often asked to reflect on issues that may arise when working with clients. The discussion and module notes invariably focus on respect, clear communications, and diplomacy—about how the language of our queries and comments can affect authors. Yet, accessibility is rarely discussed, and … Continue reading Promoting accessibility in editorial businesses

Web accessibility: An editor’s guide

By Ambrose Li Is web accessibility for people with disabilities the responsibility of just web designers, web developers, or accessibility consultants? Editors Toronto certainly disagrees, or it wouldn’t have organized a seminar on web accessibility standards last November. But what if you missed that seminar? Web accessibility in a nutshell Ontario’s web accessibility standard is … Continue reading Web accessibility: An editor’s guide