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Join this session and find out how you can build your online community of customers and followers!
About this event
Are you looking to build your online community of followers and customers? Are keen to explore new ways of engaging with your community but not sure where to start? This session will focus on a variety of creative ways that you can share your stories and engage with your audience and customers in order to grow your online community and online presence.
This session will cover:
- Creating an online community. What does this mean for you?
- Starting up your online presence
- Website vs social media – what’s the best for you?
- What is your unique selling point?
- Communicating with your community
- Blogs & Newsletters
About the Practitioner: Fiona Shaw is an award-winning journalist, copywriter and publisher with over 20 years’ experience. As leader of Wordscape‘s talented and multi-skilled team, Fiona is always looking at good ways of communicating with people, telling your story in a distinct, accessible and relevant voice. She’s also the publisher of good business magazine Ethos.
About the programme:
This session is part of a programme of workshops designed to provide tailored support to artists, makers and creatives living in the Liverpool City Region. Devised by Make CIC and in partnership with Baltic Creative CIC, each workshop is delivered in person by local expert practitioners who are able to share knowledge and valuable insight on each chosen topic.
This session is open to individuals living in the Liverpool City Region (Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, Wirral, St Helens, or Halton) only.
This session is part of a wider project called Enterprise Hub Skills which is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF). In order to access this support for free, all attendees are required to prove their eligibility in line with ESF’s funding requirements. It’s super straight forward and one of our team will be in touch to complete your registration and eligibility for the session once you have signed up via Eventbrite.
Special thanks to our Community Partner and Sponsor, Baltic Creative CIC.