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July 2009 media release

July 7, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 7, 2009

Wade Kwon
mail[at]birminghamblogging.com

JULY BLOGGING ACADEMY COURSES FOCUS ON
MARKET RESEARCH, JOB HUNTING

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Award-winning blogger and Birmingham native Wade Kwon will teach intermediate classes in partnership between the BIRMINGHAM BLOGGING ACADEMY and SHIFT LEARNING, a series of courses offered by Shift Workspace, a new downtown coworking center.

On July 20, he will teach “Using Twitter for Dynamic Market Research,” which shows students how to turn Twitter from a buzzword into a practical business tool with real-time data.

On July 21, he will teach “Finding Your Dream Job Using Social Networking,” which shows how to compete in a crowded job market with free social networking tools such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

The classes, $75 each, take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Shift Workspace, 2308 Second Ave. N. Students must register online at birminghamblogging.com ahead of time.

(In October, Kwon will be a featured speaker at the 2009 BlogWorld and New Media Expo in Las Vegas.)

Kwon started his blog, WadeonBirmingham.com, in 2005 after his employer, the Birmingham Post-Herald, folded. That site led to a new job at Southern Living magazine and an award from the Society of Professional Journalists.

For more information on classes, visit birminghamblogging.com.

Wade Kwon is available for interviews to discuss easy ways for people to use social networking in their job hunt. Contact him at mail[at]birminghamblogging.com.

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