Blogging is a fantastic way to promote your business or provide an outlet for your creativity. With our Learn to Blog Online Course, you will learn how to plan and create a blog using a number of resources which are available. Our course is created in a structured way to make creating a blog easy to do. You will cover how to plan, design, create and share a blog using various available online tools.
The course will explain what a blog is, what a regularly updated blog can do for your brand/business, what software you will require to start creating a blog, how to use the software and how to implement it to promote your brand and attract new business via your blog.
When you purchase the course you will get
- Unlimited access for 12 months
- 12 months access to the Concise Training Facebook Support group for tips and tricks to use LinkedIn as well as other social media channels
- Full support by email and Skype
- An assignment to complete with individual feedback
- 19 hours of accredited CPD
The content is broken down into manageable learning objects:
Learning Object 1: Finding Out About Blogs
Learning Object 2: Designing Your Blog
Learning Object 3: Managing Your Blog
Learning Object 4: Blogger
Learning Object 5: Tumblr
Learning Object 6:
Full support via our online forum, email and Skype.
You will need an internet connection.
Course Provider Diploma/Certificate/Award (this must include an assessed element)
Concise Training have been teaching businesses and individuals to use social media and digital marketing since 2009. Unaccredited Courses We first created our short unaccredited e-learning courses in 2012 - updating them every six months (In January and July) since. The courses have been taken by over 2,000 learners either through Concise Training directly or through our partners - Pitman Training Group, The Distance Learning Centre and Business Excellence International. Purchasing a course directly from Concise Training has the added benefit of email support from the Concise Training team. Although the courses are kept as up to date as possible, the nature of the sector involves daily changes to the
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