Blogging for the voluntary sector
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This course is designed to give you the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to start blogging. Broken down into four easily digestible sections, you will learn
why blogs can benefit you or your organisation, how to set one up, fine tuning, driving traffic to your blog and monitoring.
Totalling almost 40 minutes, this 4 part E-learning video course on blogging also contains several online resources
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- Part one: What is a blog and why would you want one?
- Part two: Getting started
- Part three: Fine tuning your blog
- Part four: Driving traffic to your blog and monitoring
By the end of the course you will:
- Understand the benefits a blog could bring to you or your organisation
- Have the skills and tools needed to set your blog up and start producing content
- Understand the different types of blogs available to you and the individual features on offer
- Be able to tweak your blog so it is more relative to your audience and your goals
- Understand how you can increase traffic to your blog and keep track of its performance.
About the trainer
Honey Lucas has worked in the voluntary sector for five years, providing communications and information support. In 2010 she set up her own blog of social media news for voluntary sector professionals called 'The Very Tiger's Blog'. The blog brings together news, case studies, guides and tips about using social media for charities and other voluntary sector organisations.
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