Are you WIRED? Learn How to Effectively Write for the Web & Social Media

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In today’s hyper-connected and wired world, the main mode of communication is through a mobile phone, laptop or tablet screen. This impacts not only how we send messages but also how we write and craft them.

Wired: Writing for the Web and Social Media will help you make your way around this wired world so you can better reach out to your target audience, beneficiaries or followers. This workshop will also help you better understand how to capitalize on social media’s ubiquity so you and your brand would stand out.

According to Ana P. Santos, Co-Founder of Writer’s Block Philippines (WBP), “The workshop will guide you through the different types of social media platforms and which to use for what, it will give you the writing tips on how to pen a headline or title that is worth of a retweet, like or regram.”

 

Workshop details:

Date: February 21, 2015 – Saturday

Time: 1PM – 6PM

Venue: U-View, Fully Booked, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Registration fee: P1,800

If you own a business, manage a brand or personality or are anyone who wants to capitalize on the power of social media, Wired: Writing for the Web and Social Media is for you. It is ideal for a social media manager managing or promoting your company brand; an independent social media manager whose services is contracted by other companies; someone working in advocacy, development or government who is looking for alternative channels to reach out to target audience; or an entrepreneur who wants to tap social media as a cost effective way to communicate his business.

WBP Co-Founder, Nikka Sarthou-Lainez shares, “Participants will be familiarized with the different social media platforms, how to write effectively for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and how to promote your business or advocacy online.”

Registration for the workshop is now open. Limited seats available. For inquiries, contact 0917.397.9927  or email writersblock.ph@gmail.com.






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