Understand targeted copy and how to use it to boost your business
Making regular blog posts can make your website more visible to search engines - this means that people will be able to find your website more easily. No matter what you’re selling, this workshop will help you understand the value of blogging to help grow your business and customer base. Blogging is the ideal way to work with an online audience and to interact with them on a personal level.
What you'll learn
What is a blog?
Why should I blog?
How often should I blog?
What should i blog about?
Who should attend?
All Small Business owners looking to grow their business Online.
Linda Drummond is a nationally published freelance journalist with more than 20 years’ experience. Linda has been blogging for over seven years at local lifestyle blog PinkPatentMaryJanes and is the creator of the ‘#SPCSunday’ twitter campaign. As a social media marketer, Linda uses Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+ and Instagram to help boost her blog’s profile to a wider audience. Linda has also blogged for Corporate Clients and understands the importance of maintaining an effective voice in regular blogs.
A one-on-one consultation with the Australian Small Business Advisory Service
This workshop is proudly presented in partnership with Lake Mac Libraries and has been supported by the Australian Small Business Advisory Service (ASBAS) programme, an Australian Government initiative.
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When & Where
The Business Centre, Newcastle Region
Developing business by developing people
The Business Centre is a not-for-profit organisation, supporting small business and entrepreneurs through business advisory service, mentoring programs, workshops, training and events. The Centre provides assistance to business in the Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Cessnock, Singleton, Muswellbrook, Upper Hunter, Port Stephens, Dungog, Gloucester and Great Lakes areas. Visit www.businesscentre.com.au to learn more.
Cancellation Policy - Event bookings are non refundable but are transferrable upon 48 hours notice to another event of equal value.