Blogging is one of the fastest and best ways to make your mark on the Internet. It is easy to start and maintain, to customize to your personal tastes, and something that can help promote you, your business, your cause. Blogging is a critical part of any social media promotion because it stands as a permanent record; a reference point to which you can direct traffic.
This one-day crash course is designed to get you started – to teach you the best practices for designing, creating, maintaining, and promoting your blog. How often should you post? What is too often? What is not often enough? Should you go it alone or team up with others? How do you build a community.
All this…and more:
- How to get started
- Blogging Platforms
- What you should be doing (and what you shouldn’t be doing)
- How to Promote your Blog
- Blogging Rules and Best Practices
- Blog etiquette
- Building a Following
- And much more…
About the Instructor:
Paula R. Stern maintains several blogs – both professional and personal. Her “A Soldier’s Mother” blog was created over 8 years ago is quickly approaching one million visits and has been referenced in many international media sites such as The London Guardian and the New York Times. Her blog posts can be seen on a number well-known sites. She also “ghost-blogs” and “guest blogs” for many blogs in Israel and around the world.
Learn the basics for creating and maintaining a successful blog in a one day seminar – Monday, June 6 – from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for only 450 NIS plus VAT.
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