There’s nothing I love better than a spot of training.
Recently, I’ve worked with Redwood and Marks & Spencer, providing both training and consultancy for some exciting new digital media projects they’re working on.
I’ve also enjoyed giving training and workshop sessions for Mediatrust and Internet Week Europe (where I did a session rather grandly titled “We need to stop talking about Kevin. Why your digital media strategy needs more thought and less chatter“).
I’m back at Mediatrust again this year, giving an updated version of the “Building Blogs” session I’ve done previously.
I really enjoy working with a group to find the best strategies for their online activity – and working with charities is always fun because they so often have a clear niche in which to explore “thought leadership” and community building.
If you’re interested in how a media strategy can define and improve your social and digital media presence, please do come along! You don’t have to be a charity to attend.
Things I’ll be covering:
How and where to blog
Creating a proper media strategy (thinking like an editor)
How to build community and use social media
Finding your voice
Thought leadership and the secrets of good content
If any of that sounds interesting, you’re very welcome to join me! I like having people to talk to at these things – makes the day go faster.
From the Mediatrust blurb:
Could a blog position you as the expert in your field? You want to make sure if you’re writing a blog, it’s building a following and meeting your organisation’s aims. Refresh your approach, share best practice and make your online conversations more engaging.
Whether you’re blogging to raise profile, be an expert or make change happen; learn to write great blogs, network and connect with other bloggers, and most importantly you’ll learn to make conversation.
Wood Lane, Shepherds Bush
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Building Blogs with Katie Lee – tickets.
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This year, we’ve been working with Yahoo and Diet Coke to produce Style It Light, a branded fashion magazine for young women.
Our marvellous team of writers is being used across the whole of the European Style It Light network. We’re brimful of pride and extremely thrilled to be working with two such eminent brands.
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I’ve been thinking for a while now about what to do with all those spare minutes in between 5.30 and 11pm during the week, and wondering whether there was a way to do more work during my weekends and I finally hit on a solution: launch a new website!
So that’s what I’ve done.
Dork Adore, brought to you by Miramus, is the culmination of many hours of labour. I’ve launched it just before I’m required to put in many more hours of labour to produce yet another Miramus project (a baby girl).
Dork Adore is brought to you by Katie Lee, founding editor of Shiny Shiny – the first gadgets site written by women for women. Dork Adore isn’t here to give you the latest tech press releases, it’s here to provide the best advice, opinion, reviews and the odd bit of geek news.
Please feel free to have a mooch about, maybe click on a few links and read a few articles. And if you’d like to leave me some comments, or email me with any non-crazy thoughts, please do! You can use the contact form on Dork Adore here.
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If you want to know what I’m up to at the moment, you can head over to Miramus.com where you can read all about my new business. I’ve set Miramus up as a catch all company for all the exciting projects I’m working on, and as the launch pad for a few personal projects I’m formulating, so expect the company’s output to be quite diverse!
There’s a blog on the site too, which should give you more information about clients I’m currently working with.
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