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Blogging for Business – a Talk for 26 on May 28th

On 28 May I’m talking about Blogging for Business at an event organised by 26.

I’ll be joined on the panel by fellow bloggers Rachel Clarke and John Dodds, to talk about the pros and cons, opportunities and bananaskins of business blogging.

Questions we’ll address include:

  • How can you find the time and motivation to write a blog?
  • Why do some blogs succeed while others languish in obscurity?
  • How does the rise of social networks such as Twitter and Facebook affect blogging?
  • What is the future of business blogging?

So if you’ve ever wondered how I find the time to write all this stuff, and whether it could work for you too, now’s your chance to come and ask me!

The event starts at 6.30pm, Thursday 28 May. It’s free for 26 members, £5 for everyone else. The venue is the office of Tequila London, which I’m told features a swanky bar — so arrive early and leave late to make the most of the opportunities for networking and refreshment.

26 is a great organisation, on a mission to ‘to inspire
a greater love of words, in business and in life’. I’ve been to one of their events before and had a great time, meeting lots of writers doing interesting things with words, right across the commercial and literary spectrum.

I hope to see you there — let me know if you’re coming and be sure to say hi on the night. E-mail Rachel Moore to book your ticket.