Join author and writing mentor Lindsey Dawson for a day of learning how to write blogs that catch the eye and keep readers engaged. This course is not scheduled to run in 2021. If we get sufficient expressions of interest (click link below) then we will try to set up a course.
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While blogs have been around for a long time now, we all know that some are great and others leave us cold.
With millions of them published every week, the question is, why add to the clutter? To put your unique knowledge and voice out into the world, that's why.
Whether you're doing a blog for business purposes or creative fun, there are ways to make yours stand out from the crowd.
This workshop is not a technical guide to setting up a site, because many online outfits such as Wix, Weebly and WordPress have step-by-step guides to help you get established.
Instead, this session is about the guts of your blog - content creation, writing style, editing, headline writing and visual appeal.
If you're already blogging, you can write pieces to add to your current site. And it's fine to be a newbie too. As a future blogger, you can create material to take home for inclusion in a site you're planning to build later on. No experience necessary.
You can work either with pen and paper, on your own laptop, or on one of the college's PCs (just bring along a USB memory stick for saving your work to take home).
You can see Lindsey's blog at http://truestorycentral.com/blog
Those who wish to create more engaging content for their site and develop their writing craft. This course is suitable for those who already have a blog, and those who are considering setting up a blog in the near future.
Please note that this course does not address the technology side of blogging.
A pen and paper, your laptop (optional), your lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided during breaks.