Blogging Training for Business1-2-1 or group training in Birmingham, Manchester Cardiff & In House
My Blogging Training is perfect for business bloggers or marketing execs and will teach you how to create a well written and successful blog and increase your readership. The training also touches on how to generate revenue from your blog.
I focus the training on writing great content, promoting that content and building a blogging strategy rather than the technical aspects of setting up a blog so we won’t be talking about plugins or how to install software but you will learn huge amounts about the art of blogging.
You’ll learn the following during my Blogging training
Reasons & Benefits To Blog
We’ll look at the reasons to blog and how it can benefit a business or personal brand.
Find out what to realistically expect from your blog and how to manage the highs and lows.
Creating an Editorial Calendar
Learn how to create a productive editorial calendar and never be stuck for ideas.
Writing & Editing Blog Posts
An in depth look at writing & editing blog posts. You’ll learn lots of techniques and discover many writing tips.
Creating Titles For Your Blog Posts
Titles are vitally important and you’ll learn what works and how to come up with great clickable titles.
SEO Your Blog Posts
Learn how to optimise your blog posts for the search engines including keyword research.
Dealing With Comments
How to combat spam and respond to positive and negative comments.
Growing Your Readership
Find out how to develop a community around your blog and promote it via social media.
Advanced Social Media techniques & connecting with influencers
Learn how to listen to social media to find new places to promote your blog & connect with industry influencers.
Generating Revenue From Your Blog
A look at many ways to make money from your blog.
SEO & Marketing Glossary
You’ll also receive a glossary of terms to help you understand all the different phrases and acronyms.
We found the training really good, everything we wanted to know and more was covered as well as all questions being answered. The training was extremely helpful for us and we would all recommend your training to anyone looking for help. Thank You 🙂Sarah Belcher
We found the blogging training from Jon extremely useful. It helped build our confidence and we now know what we need to do to start blogging effectively. Jon is very knowledgeable on his subject and a really engaging presenter.Layton Quinton
Training & Workshops Provided For
What else do you get ?
Acess to my free Online SEO & Marketing manual to keep and refer to after the training has finished
30 days email support in case you have more questions.
Certificate of Participation for you Continuing Professional Development (CPD) folder.
How is the training presented?
Its informal. I don’t stand there with a power point presentation telling you stuff! Think of it as a big chat and I use plenty of real world examples. This training can be presented as 1-2-1 training or to small groups & organisations.
How long does it last?
The full session usually lasts around 4-5 hours, sometimes a little less, sometimes more. Add some time on for lunch & coffee breaks. There’s a lot to take in which is why you get access to my online marketing manual to refer to and 30 days email support for asking questions.
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