There is no doubt that the way we, as wedding business owners, market our businesses has changed dramatically in the last five years. Now more than ever are we in control of how we get our business out there and under the noses of the people we want to convert into clients. But with this power, comes a lot of confusion. New technologies, new software, ever-changing social media algorithms have brought so much good to the world of marketing, but with it, it’s also brought a lot of overwhelm.
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How to kick butt with your business blog
March 6, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm150€
Why this workshop?
Wednesday 6th March, 2019
As wedding professionals, it’s not just enough that we’re fabulous at what we do, we’re now expected to be a proactive whizz on social media, to have good understanding of SEO, to know how to connect with our audiences, to understand Facebook advertising, to get to grips with how Google works, and even be expected to read the minds of our potential clients, to some extent!
It isn’t all doom and gloom however, and there is ONE amazing but under-utilised marketing tool that we have at our disposal, which in comparison to other forms of marketing is not only relatively easy-to-use, but is algorithm-free and also costs next to nothing to run – and that’s our business blogs.
I am absolutely passionate about the power of blogging for wedding businesses. I love nothing more than helping people to understand that right at their fingertips, they have access to one of the most powerful marketing tools out there for their business. Unlike social media there is no fight against algorithms, but traffic driven purely by keyword rich content (blog posts).
Blogging for business is not only a fantastic way to drive traffic to your website but blogging is one of the most versatile marketing tools out there available for wedding business owners. Blogging not only helps individual businesses but equally importantly helps to strengthen the position of the wider wedding community against global wedding competition. Even if you feel your website is working well, there is still so much that you could be doing to make it work even better for you!
What will you learn?
In this workshop, I’m going to show you how my wedding blog engagedandready.com consistently attracts 10-12K worldwide monthly visitors. I will do this…
– by demystifying blogging and explaining in layman’s terms how blogging actually works
-by unblocking any mental blocks for why you might think you can’t blog successfully
-by showing you what the benefits of blogging are and how you can leverage those benefits for your wedding business
-by showing you how blogs add value to business websites and maximises the chances of converting visitors into clients
-by explaining how you can get your blog up and running or freshen up your existing blog with easy-to-put-together content that will add value to your business websites.
This workshop is for
-Any wedding professional or creative
-Business owners who want to improve their Google rankings
-Business owners who want to add more value to their wedding website
-Business owners who want to get a better understanding of what blogging is and how it works
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is plenty of parking space outside of the Oasis business centre.
What should I bring to the event?
Do please bring your laptop, or ipad/tablet, notebook for notes.
Do I need to be technical and good with computers?
No! You do not need to be technically minded to attend this workshop
What’s the refund policy?
A full refund will be given 14 days before the event.
Natasha has been an independent Wedding Celebrant for more than a decade. Through her company Malaga Minister, she is a passionate advocate for wedding ownership. Encouraging authenticity, honesty and integrity amongst wedding couples and wedding professionals alike.
As an avid writer, Natasha is also the creator of the award-winning wedding blog Engaged and Ready, one of few wedding blogs to focus solely on wedding ceremonies and championing the amazing work of Celebrants. The blog now attracts over 10k monthly visitors and has been ranked in the top 30 UK wedding blogs. In 2016 the blog won Wedding Magazine’s Best Bridal Real Talk Blog Award and was ranked in Cosmopolitan Magazine’s top ten wedding blogs in 2015.
Natasha is regularly asked to contribute to other mainstream wedding blogs and national publications and has featured on Love my Dress, Nu Bride, A Practical Wedding, Bridal Musings and the like. She’s also featured on the Bridechilla Podcast, too, and she also has contributed regularly as an ‘Ask the Expert’ columnist and feature writer for Confeti Magazine – Spain & Gibraltar’s largest wedding publication.
Natasha now uses her expertise to give talks and workshops to other wedding professionals and creatives, on topics ranging from her signature blogging and SEO workshop, to talks on ‘how to attract your ideal client,’ to ‘why branding is more than just a logo!’
Recent testimonials from workshop attendees
“I learned masses, made a ton of amazing new friends and am buzzing with ideas and renewed motivation.”
“I have already put some of what I learnt into practice. Natasha’s reminder to put fresh eyes on my website and ensure that it reflects me has prompted a bit of a makeover and is very much a ‘work in progress’ but so it should be! Thank you for your time, energy and inspiration.”
“Natasha’s workshop was an excellent workshop on all levels – obviously very well prepared, put together and presented and such good value for money.”
“So much information from such a knowledgeable and enthusiastic speaker! Informative, enlightening and productive! I feel very enthused after hearing some great ideas. I now have the confidence to execute ideas I had bubbling under the surface. I would love to attend future workshops. There is always more to learn and we can all improve how we work.”
Purchase your ticket for the March 6th workshop
The ticket price is 150 Euros + IVA 21% (31.50) and includes teas, coffees, water and a light lunch. An invoice is available on request.
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