Under the expert guidance of Mairwen Jones - experienced editor, copywriter and tourism trainer - this session will help to fine tune your writing skills and understand the power of blogging. You'll look at influencers who blog well, explore what makes engaging content, and how to use images to enhance your words. Suitable both for beginners and more experienced bloggers, you'll leave having built confidence and be ready to tackle your next blog...
This workshop will cover:
We'll also share more information on how you could contribute blogs to our www.visitcarmarthenshire.co.uk website - we're looking to recruit local tourism providers to create 'live like a local' blogs, sharing all of your favourite places to explore with visitors to the county. Featured blogs will be promoted by ourselves and linked to business listings on the website - giving your business extra promotion. We'll also be offering a supportive editorial service, where we'll help check spellings, facts, source images and so on before your blog goes live - giving you the chance to practice your blogging skills in a supportive environment.
Contact us to book your place. Places must be booked in advance and by no later than Monday 17th September.
Members £25 / Non - Members £40
This workshop is part of the South West Wales Regional Tourism Skills programme run by the South West Wales Tourism Associations (Carmarthenshire Tourism Association, Pembrokeshire Tourism and Tourism Swansea Bay.)
Members of all three Associations can attend this workshop at a special discounted rate of £25 per person.
The cost to all others is at the still excellent value, subsidised price of £40 per person.
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