How to use blogging to market your creative business.
12 in stock.
Course Dates 2017
Time: 9.30-2.30 pm
Group Size: 3 students
Skill Level: Suitable for all
Location:Bexleyheath, South East London - Kent borders
You are also welcome to book your own date for a small group or on one to one basis by contacting us here.
Our Blogging for Business Workshop is run in small groups to allow for individual work and support. This is not just a blogging theory, I will work directly with you and everything we will cover will be directly applied to your creative business. We will be switching from theory to working directly on your business with plenty of examples and practical tips. There will be plenty of time to ask specific questions during our 'working' lunch. At the end of the day, you will leave with clear picture of your business blogging strategy for the whole year ahead.
What does the Blogging for Creative Business workshop covers?
Why blog and how to use your blog to market your business
Blogging trends for 2017
How to decide on what to write, what style to choose and what topics
How to write for your audience, but make sure search engines find you (the SEO bit!)
How to create engaging content
Visual content - a quick lesson on how to take good photos and how to use simple photo editing
How to use your website google analytics to learn more about what your customer would like to read about
How to know when to post and how to generate the best engagement
How to get more organised with your blogging (lists, scheduling, content creation)
How to promote your blog post and drive more traffic to your website
Time management tips and how to fit blogging into your busy life
Access to Blogging for Creative Business online resource
Follow up support by e-mail (for up to 10 days after the workshop)
Light refreshments throughout the day
Light - working lunch
What to bring with me
laptop or tablet (optional)
make sure you can login and access your website or blog
pen & paper to make notes
Requirements for this workshop
website or blog which is already set up. If you need any help or advice, do get in touch before the workshop