Book now to our next Blogging Seminar, on Tuesday the 29th March from 12 noon to 5pm! (And – bonus – our seminars are CPD certified)
Let’s say you launch a new business website, it’s nicely designed and up to date, and and tells the world all about the services you offer. But after a couple of months it’s not feeling quite so up-to-date – The answer is blogging – and learning about blogging from Top Left Design!
Show how cool you are (and how smart you are)
A good blog on your website can ensure that your website is constantly ‘current’, and lets visitors know that your company likes to keep track of what is happening in your particular niche. Not only does it broadcast your company’s motivation to keep it’s online presence in the here and now, but blogs are also a fantastic outlet for you to share relevant information to your industry, gain valuable feedback, and discuss topics that are on the forefront of your businesses interests.
Just like everything great, there are challenges that come with it
Of course, not everyone is born with the ability to write easily. Nor does everyone have the time to sit around writing – especially after a long day doing the “more important things” that your working life demands.
We want your business to succeed
And we want to help you “improve your presence online”. For most businesses, whether they are B2B or B2C – blogging has to be a major part of the marketing plan.
It’s been proven
Many studies have shown that blogging not only improves the impression people have about your business, but also generates a huge amount more traffic and visitors to your site. Partly because blogging allows you to add more pages easily to your website, and partly because there is much more current and interesting information on your site for people to see.
It’s almost like a spa
Many people find that, surprisingly, writing can be therapeutic – a good way to relax and unwind. What’s more, every word you write contributes to the worth and influence of your business.
We invite you to learn from us!
We would love you to visit us at Top Left Design and attend one of our London-Famous blogging seminars – the perfect tutorial and motivational boost, which will send you on the correct path, ensuring you do not waste your time by doing things ‘wrong’, and begin your blogging endeavour with only the good habits. All of our seminars are also CPD Certified!
Here are some of the things you will learn and experience in the seminar:
- Why blogging would be good for your business
- Blogging do’s and don’ts
- How often should I blog?
- Different types of blog post
- Using WordPress and other blogging platforms
- Avoid the pitfalls of blogging
- The best free blogging tools
- How to fit blogging into your busy working life
- How to make sure your blog increases leads to your business
- How and where to find images for your blog
- Resizing images
- How blogs can integrate with other social media
- Q+A session
- Takeaway notes
- Sandwiches, Tea and Cake
- Prize draw to win a free Twitter strategy training session, including Twitter background design
- Other things we will think about before then – we are ideas people!
There are some rules
It’s one thing to write a blog post, but without practising a few simple rules, it could all be for nothing. In our seminars, I lay down the golden rules of blogging, and give precise tips on how to effectively write Google-friendly posts, to generate inbound traffic to your site, along with invaluable instructions to cross-promote your blog (and website) using various free social media platforms like Twitter and LinkedIn. Tina will even be doing a guest slot – on her birthday, no less!
And a free lunch!
Of course you won’t only be learning, there will also be a fully catered (healthy) lunch! Which should ease away some of the guilt incurred by your current lack of blogging, and also our famous Top Left Design cupcakes (homebaked and branded by our very own Tamlyn!), which you be challenged to resist!
If this little post inspired, motivated or even guilted you into getting your blog off the ground, be sure to book in at our next blogging seminar