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Beginner

blogging

You’re a small business, and you need to grow. Quickly. But your marketing budget is $0.

You’re a Fortune 500 company, and your competitors have blogs and Facebook fan pages and Twitter accounts. You barely have a Web site.

It’s time to get in the game.

Take ‘Beginning Blogging for Business.’

Increase foot traffic and sales with next-to-nothing spent on advertising. Communicate directly with customers and future customers.

In “Beginning Blogging for Business,” we will cover everything you need to get your blog up and running. It’s not difficult: Blogging requires a clear focus, a measurable goal and a steady hand — and some know-how, of course.

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“If you are the least bit interested in learning how to blog,
please consider attending Wade’s blogging class.
I attended his one day workshop, and I am ecstatic with what I learned.
Everyone who attended couldn’t get to their computers fast enough to get started.”

— David Sher, co-CEO, AmSher Receivables Management

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Check out more testimonials from our satisfied students.

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Register today.

Next class:

  • Saturday, March 6, 2010, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
    Registration deadline: 5 p.m. CST, March 3, 2010. (Sorry, no walk-ins.)

Details:

  • Birmingham International Center, 1728 Fifth Ave. N., downtown [map]
  • 6 hours, plus lunch and discussion
  • Topics
    • Getting Started: Goals and Basics
      Market your brand, develop a following or sell more. It all starts with your goals.
    • Posts: Your Content, Your Way
      What will you put on your blog to help you stand out from your competition?
    • The Balance Sheet: Basics of Expenses and Income
      Weigh your costs with potential benefits of blogging consistently and effectively.
    • Building an Audience
      No one’s reading your blog? Time to grow your readership with these techniques.
    • Marketing Your Blog, by guest instructor Jen Barnett
      Let our marketing expert and long-time blogger show you easy ways to show off your site.
    • Social Media and Your Blog, by guest instructor André Natta
      Our social media expert demonstrates how Facebook, Twitter and social bookmarking can help develop your corporate blog.

Class size is limited to 20 students.

Tuition is $499, which includes class materials and lunch.

Register today!

Note: Tuition is non-refundable if student cancels for any reason. However, we do offer a double-your-money-back guarantee if you are unsatisfied with your training. See our FAQ for details.

Photo: Flickr.com: Larsa / CC BY-ND 2.0

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