San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Find out why blogging works and whether it's for you. You'll find out how to come up with lots of ideas, great headlines and how to promote your blog. It's a small group in the relaxed atmosphere of a private home, so there's plenty of opportunity for personal feedback on your own blog Course tutor Alexandra Campbell started her gardening blog, www.themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk in December 2013. In June 2014, it was ranked 6th out of the UK's Top Ten Gardening Blogs. So all the techniques she teaches are recently tried and tested. Ideal for those who have started blogging but feel discouraged, or as follow-up if you attended Alexandra's previous workshops.
THE WORKSHOP PRICE INCLUDES ONE HOUR OF FREE PERSONAL FOLLOW-UP BY SKYPE, EMAIL OR PHONE. If you'd like 2 hours of follow-up, this is just £25 extra.
'After following Alexandra's advice, my blog had the most hits ever.' Carol Seaborne, Medway Hypnotherapy.
'After Alexandra's excellent presentation, I changed the way I blogged and saw an amazing uplift in the number of hits to my website.' Zoe Cairns, social media trainer and speaker, ZCSocialMedia
'I learned more in two hours with Alexandra than I did on a full day course organised by another company recently.' Sarah Hammond, garden designer.
When & Where
Alexandra Campbell's blog, The Middlesized Garden is ranked no 5 in Top 10 Garden Blogs (Cision UK). She has worked for or written for many top newspapers and magazines, such as Good Housekeeping, the Times Magazine, The Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph. Her nine novels have been published by Penguin and Little Brown, and she also writes non-fiction books for Cico.
Alexandra is an Accredited Coach for Writers (NAWE/Arvon/RD1st).
Past learn-to-blog clients include journalists from the Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail, best-selling authors, artists and social media experts, as well as entrepreneurs and hobby-bloggers with no writing experience. Here's what they say: 'I was a complete dinosaur about all this before Alexandra's workshop, and now I'm addicted' (Sue Peart, Editor, Mail on Sunday You Magazine). 'Alexandra's workshop was a revelation,' (Elizabeth Buchan, author); 'Before Alexandra's workshop, me + writing + blogging just didn't mix - now I really enjoy it.' (JM Squared Frames, picture framer); 'After Alexandra's workshop, I had the highest number of hits to my blog ever,' (Carole Seaborne, Medway Hypnotherapists)