My Secret List: 30 Free Resources and Ingenious Hacks for More Successful Content Marketing
If you had all the time in the world, you could create awesome content for your blog and social media. And, if you had a huge marketing budget, you could just hire people to do all the work for you. But, if you are like most business owners that have a blog, you do a lot of this yourself and need to be careful with your time and money.
So, how do you maximize your time AND your dollars when it comes to marketing your business with content? By using time saving hacks and free resources!
CK Wilde will show you 30 awesome tips from her secret list of the best free or low cost resources and time saving hacks that she has gathered to grow a business.
Learn how to:
Never Miss A Great Idea Create Awesome Content Use Design Shortcuts Get Automated Helpers & Save Money with Free Resources
Date: January 28, 2014
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Location: 1700 South Amphlett Boulevard, SUITE 250B San Mateo, CA 94402
Come prepared to have fun, ask your burning questions and take lots of notes. There will be a few surprises, too. Don’t miss this opportunity to get answers to content creation or marketing issues that may be puzzling you.
Bio: CK Wilde is an experienced (over 25 years with 16 in online marketing) Content Marketer, Traffic Generator, Conversion Optimizer and Mobile Marketer. She is dedicated to helping consultants, authors and coaches put together the perfect combination of online, mobile and offline marketing to grow their customer base, increase revenue and avoid wasting money on ineffective techniques. Her blog, 3GenFamily, was recognized by the NY Times. Before founding Customer Rush Marketing in 2010, CK was instrumental in migrating a software company into the mobile and wireless space, founding an award-winning mail order catalog, helping turn around an ailing non-profit and raising two terrific young men.
If you have been thinking about starting a blog or already have one, come and join the Peninsula Blogging Club...a weekly accountability blogging community. We will meet every Tuesday, beginning January 14, 2014. Come once a week or once a month whatever works with your schedule.
TIME TO BLOG
Bring your laptop computer (or a notebook to take lots of notes). During this 2-hour workshop, you will be given 30 minutes of quiet time to blog about your subject of expertise. This is the perfect opportunity to put a couple of blogs under your belt.
Blogging is all about community! During the workshop, time will be allotted for attendees to review and comment on each others blogs. This not only builds community, but it builds your brand and recognition and your ranking in the search engines.
For more information or to register:
Phyllis Garland (firstname.lastname@example.org) 650.548.9597
REGISTRATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
All requests for cancellations and refunds must be sent 7 days prior to the event. After that time, no refunds will be issued. Please contact us if you have questions.
"Excellent class with much information on how to blog, enhance an on-line presence and reach out to potential clients. Great opportunity to learn and make new friends. Look forward to future classes. Thank you Phyllis." - Marcia Hancock, The Job Search Advisor (http://thejobsearchadvisor.com/)
"Great information on blogging. This group is a wonderful catalyst for getting us blogging on a regular basis." - Patricia Dwyer, Digital Chaos Control (http://www.digitalchaoscontrol.com/)
"Thank you Phyllis for the huge value we all received from your coaching. Holy moly, I thought I'd just come and write. Phyllis, you're the BEST! Really enjoyed the group too!" - Lynn Kirkham, Yes, You Can Speak (http://lynnkirkham.com/)
"As always, Phyllis was very helpful. It was great meeting the other bloggers there." - Serena Lee, Crafty Creative Girl (http://craftycreativegal.com/)
"Love that I set the time aside just to blog (which I need to) and be around like-minded individuals who need to do the same thing." Josie McHale, Mac Cutting Boards (http://www.maccuttingboards.com/)
"This was yet another example of a great WEBA meetup. Phyllis shared so many great ideas and tips for blogging and writing content, and encouraged engaging dialogue among all attendees. I feel much more confident and excited about beginning and maintaining my blog. Thanks Phyllis!” -Wendy Wood, http://www.WendyWood.com
"You don't know where to start? Phyllis can help! To make things much easier for you, it is not a bad idea to talk to her about converting your site into wordpress platform site. It will make your life so much easier." - Hiromi Motojima, http://www.candmphotography.com
"The Blogging event was great. I have been blogging some but not sure about dropping in pictures etc. I had a couple of WordPress questions in general and they were all answered. Also take away information, questions and answers, feedback. We blogged and got feedback from others and we commented on their blog as well. Phyllis really loves what she does and wants to help and support. That is one of the things that makes her so special.” – Candace Harding, http://www.CandaceHarding.com
"Thank you Phyllis, I am so excited to have finally written my first blog. I am looking forward to more Weba blogging events. The synergy of the group was great. Thank you again”. – Shahnaz Jangi, http://www.CreateExcellentHealth.com
"Phyllis, you are totally awesome. You have so much confidence in me. It was fun being being in a room full of bloggers!!! You were there answering our questions and providing the guidance needed to create our great blogging sites. Now to block out Blogging Time in my weekly schedule...and I'm ready to go!!! I highly recommend Phyllis's classes to anyone who needs a little or a big nudge in adding blogging to their Social Media profile!" - Lelana Crayne, http://www.LelanaCrayne.com
"What a great way to introduce bloggers to one another and get them going. It was informative, fun, and I met some great new women. Now we have an ongoing structure to use for our continued adventures in blogging. Thanks, Phyllis, for delivering way more than I expected!" - Taru Fisher, http://www.Taru.com