Brandyn Campbell has presented at conferences on sports media, is a frequent guest on radio and podcasts commenting on the Philadelphia Eagles, and enjoys discussions on related topics such as blogging and social media. She is a speaker on networking and women in sports media, including as a panelist at Temple University’s Sports Journalism Summit and Women’s Way’s “Women & Influence Conference.”
The workshops outlined below can be presented at your event or organization, and customized sessions to address your specific social media needs are also available. Contact Brandyn at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
No More Excuses: Build a Successful Blog Now
Have you been saying for ages that you want to start a blog only to have made little to no progress? Or, do you have an existing blog but aren’t sure what to do to gain momentum? Whether you aren’t sure how to focus the topic of your site, are struggling to find time to write or aren’t sure how to bring readers to your blog, this course will provide you with tips that will take you from just talking about creating your blog to running a successful site.
The workshop will have an interactive format designed to maximize the value for each attendee. Come prepared to leave your excuses behind, get your ideas flowing and have some fun in the process.
Gaining an Audience Through Blogging and Social Media
Whether you represent an established organization or a new business, are an emerging artist or a successful entrepreneur, success means finding your audience. And once they have been found, the challenge is to connect with them and retain their interest. There are more tools than ever before to give business and individuals a chance to find and interact with their community, but to do so means to have an understanding of the many platforms and how best to utilize them. This course will provide an overview of social media including blogging, Facebook, Google+, Tumblr and Twitter and discuss strategies to create content for maximum impact. Particular emphasis will be paid to blogs, how they differ from standard websites and strategies to develop compelling digital content and utilize multimedia tools.