Tuesday, 25 February 2014 from 10:00 to 16:00 (GMT)
The Water Tower, Brigstock, United Kingdom
Learn how to turn your blog into a great resource that people will want to keep coming back to. Build a loyal following that will happily share your posts and help you build your audience – and ultimately find more customers for your work.
You will learn how to:
Transform your blog & expand your readership
Get your readers actively recommending your content to others.
Collaborate with other bloggers, writers and and online publications to get the exposure you need.
Learn about sector ‘best practice’ on headlines, copywriting and content
Keep readers on your site for longer – whet their interest, keep them coming back.
Integrate your blog with your other social media activity
The course will be led by:
Pete Mosley, creative business writer and editor of craft&design magazine.
Janet Currie, creative consultant, who works with individuals to help them find the right personal balance of social media, blog and website activity and finesse their online presence.
Venue & What's included
The Water Tower is a beautiful architecturally interesting home and creative workspace – read our blog about a previous course at The Water Tower here.
Including a two course lunch, refreshments all day, plus home-baked cake before the final workshop session. You get a course pack and a copy of 'Make Your Creativity Pay' by Pete Mosley.
We’ll try and coordinate taxi/car sharing from Corby with other workshop attendees if you are arriving via public transport.
Parking is available.
Max 15 places.
What people say about our courses at The Water Tower
The course was very inspiring & motivating. A lovely relaxed feel. Enjoyable. Katy McDonald, Printmaker
A very worthwhile event – definitely worth the travel & expense. By mid-morning the journey from Liverpool was already worth it. Thank you. Elaine Jenkins, Jeweller
Lovely open venue, friendly people and lovely lunch, thanks! Karen Slade, Historical Crafts
Challenging, stimulating, stretching. Jo Roberts, Visual artist
Worthwhile, informative, friendly, inspiring. Lovely hosts, delicious lunch, great venue.
Josephine Gomersall, Designer Maker
Excellent – inspiring environment, light airy spaces, beautiful outdoor access.
Patricia Taylor, Textiles
Beautiful venue, very scenic. Friendly and accommodating. Vicki Collins, Designer Maker
A very relaxed way to consider your business life & career - whilst engaging with like-minded folk.
Dionne Swift, Textile Artist
If you want to find out more we are happy to answer your questions,
just get in touch here or call us on 0141 416 0555.