Date: 14th May 2013
Blogging for Business is an intensive, small group, practical workshop that will help you write better blogs – or get started with blogging.
The workshop will show you how to work on the content, length and style of your blog and share marketing ideas with the other delegates.
At the end of the workshop, you will have a list of blog headers with topics you can write about for future blogs, and you will have started crafting your first/next blog.
The workshop is held in small groups of up to six or seven to give maximum benefit to delegates.
Date: Tuesday 14 May
Time: 9am- 12 noon
Venue: Cafe Society, 15 Byram Street, Huddersfield HD1 1DR
Price: £49 (includes mid-morning coffee and cake)
ONLY TWO PLACES LEFT
Please email: email@example.com to book your place.
Tilla Brook, Life Coach: “I’ve been writing blogs for a couple of years, yet it’s been a very hit and miss event. I wanted to professionalise what I write and realised that Michelle had the skills and experience to help me. As a result of working with Michelle for a morning I now have the tools to write for my audience, not just for me. Using what I learned I’ve just turned one long post into a series of three, saving me time and maintaining interest from my readers. Best of all I came away with almost 20 potential blog titles in the bank and an outline for a great blog targeted at a specific part of my market.”
Debbie Story, Sleigh & Story accountants: “The Key Words Blogging for Business workshop was a great session and gave a lot of tips. We went through the headings, key words, SEO and call to action. Even though I’ve been blogging now for over a year, I realise that there’s so much more depth and richness I can put in my blog. Thanks ever so much, Michelle.”
Dermott Kennedy Mannix Web Design: “Thanks Michelle for a really useful session on blogging – a really well-structured course, with lots of useful exercises on how to prepare and get your ideas together for your blog. It inspired me to go away and write more blogs and better blogs.”