San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Workshop Description: Did you know there are over 181 million blogs? Bigger blogs may have up to 500,000 page views per month, but the vast majority of blogs have less than 1000 monthly views. Yet, a study from HubSpot finds that 56% of businesses that blogged at least monthly acquired customers thorough their blogs. Blogging three times a week increased the percentage to 70%. It’s a fact that consumers expect to see content on you site, but with all the competition and “noise” out there, how does one compete for attention in this information saturated world we live in?
In this introductory blogging workshop you will…
1. Get clear about why you are blogging.
2. Determine who your ideal audience is.
3. Learn how to stay “on brand” and offer consistent value.
4. Discover the top five ways to grow your blog.
This class will not teach you the technical skills of starting or designing your blog. However, it is geared towards anyone who is thinking about starting a blog or who wants to grow their small business through online media.
Presenter Bio: Desha Peacock, is a Career Development and Lifestyle Expert. Known for her eclectic style and helping others see the possibility within themselves, their homes and personal style, Desha has helped hundreds of people find their “Sweet Spot Style”- a self-defined place of success and beauty. Desha holds a Master’s degree in from the School for International Training, is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator and has facilitated groups across the globe.
As a result of her first blog and local TV show, The Desha Show she was offered her first book contract. Creating the Style you Crave on a Budget you can Afford: A Sweet Spot Guide to Home Décor will be released in 2014.
Find her online at www.sweetspotstyle.com
Free! This workshop is free to the public and is perfect for teachers, small business owners, artists, communications professionals and anyone interested in harnessing the power of the Internet.
Hands On. BYOL (Bring your own laptop): Bring your own laptop and microphone (observers without computers and microphones are also welcome) and your enthusiasm because this workshop emphasizes a practical, hands-on approach to learning about technology.
Presented by theEdTech Program of Marlboro College Graduate School. Individual classes certificates, and masters degrees in educational technology, information at:http://gradschool.marlboro.edu/academics/edtech/
When & Where
Hands On Tech Workshops
FREE Hands On Technology workshops, sponsored by the EdTech Program at Marlboro College Graduate School in Brattleboro, Vermont. HOT workshops take place on the last Tuesday of every month Sept - May from 5:30-7:00pm.