Webinar: Mini-Movies to Screenplay

Not everyone dreams of winning an Academy Award for best screenplay. That doesn’t mean everyone shouldn’t learn the skills involved in writing a great script.  Especially when you can learn those skills from someone who wrote an Academy Award-winning film. And it won’t cost you a dime.

On Sunday, June 2, 2013, Chris Soth will be teaching How to Use Mini-Movies to Write Great Screenplays through Screenwriting U. This is a free online webinar is your chance to learn about the eight scenes that combine to create a great screenplay from an expert.

Why should you attend?

There are several reasons bloggers should attend How to Use Mini-Movies to Write Great ScreenplaysVideo blogging is one of the fastest growing trends online and with good reason. Adding video to your blog does more than just give visitors another way to experience your content. It can help improve your blog’s SEO ranking (vblogs are 53 percent more likely to appear on the first page of a Google Search than blogs that don’t include video) and keep people on your site longer. Video also offers you another way to monetize your blog by running ads or, once you’ve demonstrated your expertise, by producing video for others. Your sales and client list may also grow because 52 percent more visitors will take action after watching a video.

The same principles apply to creating great vblogs as apply to creating the summer’s next blockbuster film. Fortunately, you don’t need the same budget to learn them. In fact, this Screenwriting U webinar is totally free and you will learn how to create tension, overcome writers block and leave viewers satisfied with your ending. So don’t wait, register for How to Use Mini-Movies to Write Great Screenplays with Chris Soth today!

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