The March and April Webcasts are Now Open for Registration

The March and April Webcasts are Now Open for Registration

March 1, 2024 By ACES Staff ACES News

The March and April webcasts are now open for registration. Read on for a synopsis of each webcast or go to ACES Academy for all the details and to register. 

Webcasts are free for ACES members and $30 for nonmembers. Members also receive free access to ACES' entire webcast catalog. 

Learn more about how to present a webcast. Presenters now earn $200 per webcast. 

Proofreading Graphic Novels
with Lara Kennedy

Date: March 21, 2024
Time: 4-5 p.m. ET

Proofreading graphic novels comes with a variety of unique challenges, with multiple levels of attention to detail and a slightly different production process that relies more heavily on proofreaders than traditional publishing. Learn from a Scholastic Graphix proofreader the ins and outs of this exciting genre.

Lara Kennedy is a freelance copyeditor and proofreader working with a variety of clients on everything from college textbooks to graphic novels. 

Learn more about Proofreading Graphic Novels

Branding Beyond Your Website: Gaining Traction Across Platforms 
with Shannon Scott

Date: April 18, 2024
Time: 4-5 p.m. ET

Online branding is a requirement for long-term success, no matter your job title. It's especially important for editors who work primarily by word-of-mouth. Social media plays a vital role in establishing professional relationships, showcasing your expertise, and even forging friendships. Learn how your personal brand directly affects your business brand, the basics of building your presence across LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok, and tools for batching content across these platforms. 

Shannon Scott is a fiction writing coach, fiction manuscript evaluator, fiction developmental editor, and nonfiction line/copyeditor.

Learn more about Branding Beyond Your Website

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