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An Introduction to Blogging for Business

I am sharing ideas and building my profile through blogging

An Introduction to Blogging for Business will help you get to grips with the basics of blogging so you are equipped to make your blog a must read.

An Introduction to Blogging for Business

Our Blogging for Business course is open to anyone who is considering setting up a blog to promote their business, or even starting a personal blog to build up a readership to share thoughts and ideas. The course will look at:

  • What a blog is and the power of blogging in your marketing strategy
  • The reasons why you are creating a blog and what you want to gain from it
  • The components of what makes a good blog
  • Content ideas for your blog
  • Using Google Alerts & Google AdWords to gather content for your blog
  • The importance of titles and images
  • The different tools and platforms for blogging (Looking at WordPress, Tumblr, Blogger and Squarespace)
  • Promoting your blog and monitoring your blogs success

This informative half-day course is perfect to help you understand the basics of blogging and why you should blog for your business. This course is heavily subsidised by The Women’s Organisation and is available to women for just £50.  This course is advertised along with our SEO course under the banner of 'Content Marketing, Blogging and Understanding SEO for Business' where if you decide to stick around for both sessions you can save yourself £10. 

If you have any questions about the course, then please email us at hello@thewo.org.uk or ring us on 0151 706 8111. Alternatively, you can book your place and pay online through Eventbrite using our event section of the website.

You can book directly via our events page or get in touch for more information

More than twice as many men than women are self employed: 14% of men, 6% of women.
source: Fawcett - The changing labour market
Women in full-time work currently earn an average of 15% less per hour than men
source: Fawcett - The changing labour market
"I think you should take your job seriously, but not yourself, that is the best combination"
source: Dame Judi Dench
In 2010, 104 million women in 59 countries started and managed new business ventures
source: GEM 2010 - Women's Report
30,000 women every year lose their jobs as a result of becoming pregnant.
source: GEM 2010 - Women's Report
"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any"
source: Alice Walker

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