Blogging – Blogging tips, trips and how to be strategic

This event is part of One Yorkshire, a three-month virtual series of curated events, seminars, workshops and get-togethers for everyone in, from or into Yorkshire, created to deliver a real business boost to our community. Events are free of charge and everyone is welcome to attend.

Join Jonny Ross for a 1 hour interactive webinar!

This webinar will look at how blogging can be used strategically to power growth and how to track ROI and performance of a website. Delivered by Jonny Ross, this session will help with understanding the steps needed to design your blog campaigns.

Our expert trainer will be on hand to deliver a webinar that will teach you practical and useful tips which you can implement straight away in your business.

Learn best practice blog titles, SEO techniques, coming up with ideas, blog calendars, how to share blogs, how to create engagement and much more!

04

Mar

Thursday

12:00 - 13:00

Zoom

Please register - meeting link will be e-mailed to you in advance of event

Attending

Naomi Berry

Naomi Berry

HR Consultant

Progeny

Scott Palmer

Scott Palmer

Chartered Financial Planner

Novus Financial Services

Dom Owen

Dom Owen

Director

Tuned to R.I.S.K. Ltd

David Powell

David Powell

Strategic Overhead Management Specialist

Auditel

Hannah Woodcock

Hannah Woodcock

Content Writer

Hallmark Cards

Andrew Vevers

Andrew Vevers

Voiceover Artist

Vevers Voiceovers

Andrew Whitaker

Andrew Whitaker

Owner

Wakefield GoWeb

Laura Baker

Laura Baker

Fundraiser

Nomad Opening Doors

Lisa Buck

Lisa Buck

Marketing manager

Catch

Josanne Richardson

Josanne Richardson

Charity

Dementia UK

James Fawcett

Director

Another Beer Ltd

Kedar Karandikar

Mediator

AE Mediation

Alexis Nicolaidis

Interior design consultant

V A Heritage

Jo Watson Davies

Owner

Whatsit Doodah Writing

Sarah Agar-Brennan

Business Coach Specializing in Product Development

Sarah Agar-Brennan Business Consultancy

Helen Crossland

Start-Up Business Coach

Helen Crossland