Discover how and when charities and community groups should use blogging to engage with and develop their audiences. This session will look at how to set up a blog, create a content plan and grow your blog’s audience.


We’ll Cover

  • Choosing a blogging platform
  • Pros and cons of blogging
  • Blogging with a purpose
  • Blogging top tips
  • Writing for the web
  • Content ideas
  • Promoting your blog

Benefits To You

You will gain a thorough understanding of where to focus your limited time and budget to get the best results from blogging, which blogging platforms and styles are right for your organisation and how to use blogging strategically to support the objectives of your organisation.

Course Location

The Place, Pitsea
The Place, Northlands Pavement,
SS13 3DU

Location Notes

The Place, Northlands Pavement, Pitsea, Essex. SS13 3DU

The Place is situated in the town centre of Pitsea. We are opposite the new Range Store at the top of the market square.
The Place is a 5-10 minute walk from Pitsea Rail Station and just a couple of minutes from the local bus stops and taxi rank. We are easily accessible from the A13 and A127 both of which are a just few minutes drive away.

Up to 3 hours free parking is available in the nearly Aldi car park which is a 2 minute walk from The Place. This car park includes accessible parking bays. You can access this car park via Rectory Park Drive. Please note that parking enforcement operates within this
car park. Alternatively, the staff car park at the rear of the The Place can be used by centre users only. Accessible bays here are limited. The staff car park can be accessed via Maydells, off of Wickford Avenue.

For satellite navigation purposes, please use the postcode SS13 3HW.

19 November 2019
9:30 am - 1:00 pm



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Ticket TypePriceSpaces
2. Voluntary and community organisations, Town & Parish Councils and CICs with £100,000 - £500,000 income pa£70.00
3. Voluntary and community organisations, Town & Parish Councils and CICs with less than £100,000 income pa£45.00
Statutory and Commercial Organisations£120.00