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Monday, November 12, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (GMT)

'How To'..make money from blogging

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'How To'...make money from blogging

What have  students and graduates been saying about our events....

"It’s an event for everyone to attend because it adds an entrepreneur skill to already acquired academic knowledge" - Oluwabamise Afolabi

"I would recommend this event to all students and staff as it has given me confidence to contemplate starting my own business"Glenys Jones


What can I expect?


How to…make money from blogging

If you have a blog and would like to know where it could take you, or you are wondering who writes blogs and why, then come to this workshop to discover how blogging pays and how to make certain you keep your blog in the headlines.


If you love to write, come along… Blogging can be about making money now!



Monday 12th November




Fylde Bar


What will students get from the session?

üWhen it comes to promoting yourself or what you do, dind out how blogging is of value to all students in all disciplines.


*  Krish Nair started blogging to stand out after struggling to get on the legal ladder. He blogged his way to a top job


*  A writer who makes money from her vintage fashion blog while holding down a full time job!


üHear from the owners of Copify (an agency for freelance copywriters) how to understand a copy brief &earn while you are still studying!









The event is FREE, so it can’t hurt to come along. It is aimed at individuals that have an interest in developing job winning entrepreneruship skills or who might be thinking about starting a community project, social enterprise or business. Even if you decide starting a business isn’t right for you, you will still meet some really interesting people.




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Please Note:

  1. 'How To' is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012, 12-18th November 2012.
  2. These events are for students or recent graduates (gradudated since 2008) living in the Northwest of England only, they are not open to all members of the public. A sign in sheet will be used for every event to record details of attendees. If you would like to discuss your registration for an event then please contact Jon Powell at
  3. By signing up for this event you confirm you will be attending on the day.
  4. A photographer may be present to record activities which may be used for post event publicity. If you would not like your photograph to be used then please contact Jon Powell (Lancaster University Enterprise Champion) in advance of the event at
  5. This event is organised in association with the Northwest Enterprise Champion project, part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
  6. Due to funding eligibility only students and graduates from EU countries are eligible for this event.
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Fylde Bar

Monday, November 12, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (GMT)

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Lancaster University How To...

‘How To’has been organised by Lancaster University to help our students develop skills and behaviours that will give them the edge in the future. ‘How To’ is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012, a worldwide movement encouraging people from all walks of life to be more enterprising in all that they do.

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This event is brought to you by the Northwest HE Enterprise Champion project, part financed by the European Regional Development Fund. The project is run by the Enterprise Team in Research and Enterprise Services, Lancaster University.

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