August 25, 2009. London. SOLD OUT. Blogging is one of the most powerful tools that you can use in your business today. So we have decided to run a course giving you all the insights, learning and tools that we know to help you blog successfully in your business.
Have you ever wondered what all the fuss was about blogging?
Would you like to create a blog where you become the go to person on a particular subject in your field
Are you worried that you don’t know what to write?
A good blog can become one of the most powerful tools in your marketing repertoire and can weave itself very well into your weekly activities. BUT, like anything, if you’re going to be spending valuable business time on a blog, you need to make sure that it is going to be worth it.
There are so many reasons that you should be blogging we could be here all day, but some of the main ones are:
- It gives you a chance to build your relationships with your customers and prospects
- It builds your credibility an expert in your field
- Google LOVES blogs – so you can rank higher for keysearch terms in your industry
- Done right it is GUARANTEED to bring more traffic and visitors to your site
Should you blog?
Can it make a difference to you and your business
What we will cover:
We will look at Blogging as a business tool and cover the following topics:
- Setting your blogging objectives
- Blogging basics – getting it right first time
- Blogging tools – what’s right for you
- The language of blogging – so you can sound like you understand it completely!
- What to write!
- Where to get some great content
- Engaging your audience and how to build relationships
- How to build your readership
- Measuring your results
Did you know that the Women Unlimited website is effectively just one big blog? We will be sharing all the expertise and insights that we have gained over the last year and start you on the road to blogging success in your business!
Date: August 25, 2009
Time: 10:00 – 13:00
Location: British Library, 96 Euston Road, London
Cost: £20 – Huge thanks to the British Library BIPC for subsidising the price on this workshop!