How to be an Amazon Ninja
Thursday April 27th, 1pm – Dixie Carlton – How to be an Amazon Ninja – Part 1
Thursday May 4th, 1pm – Dixie Carlton – How to be an Amazon Ninja – Part 2
There is so much more to Amazon than meets the eye and a good listing can help to track sales and marketing efforts, provide useful analytics, track customer reviews and identify keyword rankings. Optimizing an Amazon listing can increase the likelihood of books appearing in all global and local relevant search results. Whether searching by topic, author name, or keywords, the options for maximising the use of these is easy to overlook or misunderstand. Dixie will share insider secrets on how to best research and use keywords, metadata optimisation and formatting descriptions. . Dixie is a member of PANZ and has a strong track record of supporting publishers and writers locally and internationally.
Cost: PANZ members free.
Non-PANZ Members $30 plus GST for one webinar or $50 plus GST for both.
Thursday July 13th, 1pm – Karen Workman – Creative Rights for Creative People
One of the challenges we creative people face is that common knowledge of copyright is sometimes at variance with the actual law, leading to misunderstandings, infringements and confusion. Let’s talk about knowing and protecting our rights, why they exist and the cultural and financial value of our work and rights.
In this session presented by Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ), Karen Workman will be giving us an overview of our rights as creators, to build on our understanding and guide in strengthening business practices. Let’s demystify the Copyright Act, and learn how to “do the right thing” as we sharpen our business acumen and build a stronger creative platform.
About Karen Workman
Born in Taupō, Karen has been around the world and back again, with a hand in the creative arts at every turn. She gained her B.C.A. in Marketing and Management and her B Mus (Hons) in Piano from Victoria University of Wellington, Doctorate of Musical Arts in Piano performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music, Ohio, USA, and her certificate from the life of hard knocks by working with parents of child actors in Hollywood for 8 years. Karen has played with orchestras and accompanied soloists around the world, and speaks regularly at talent showcases for the entertainment industry in the USA. She has spearheaded the development of curriculum for film programmes for high school students, and training for film apprenticeships, and self-published a limited edition book to guide parents of aspiring young actors. Karen is passionate about sharing information and supporting creative people in their endeavors and career development, and, with the majority of her family working in the arts, creative rights is a frequent dinner table subject. When not researching, reading, learning and teaching (who are we kidding – that’s all the time!) Karen enjoys travel, chasing events at theatres, films, street art, concerts, galleries, and bookstores, meeting new friends and having interesting conversations over a chai latte.