Press release: Jump start your business blog with this free webinar

For Immediate Release

June 6, 2017

Free webinar to help jump start your business blog

Understand the “why” of business blogging, how to get started

 

Companies and non-profit organizations that might be on the fence about whether or not to start a blog can get their answers during an upcoming free webinar called Why Your Marketing Plan Needs a Blog and How to Get Started.

Jamie Smith, owner of Jamie’s Notebook, a professional writing services company based in Northwest Arkansas, will lead the event. The free, one-hour webinar is scheduled for 1 p.m., Tuesday, June 20 (CDT). Registration is required and participants will need to have access to the free software Zoom to participate. (Link not working? Copy and paste this into your browser: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/31ba9daae0dbc440dc2040ba88984b7b)

In this webinar, participants will learn the five reasons a blog is a necessary piece to any marketing plan. Next, the first three questions any business owner should ask themselves before starting a business blog will be explored. All information discussed will empower small business and non-profit leaders to make the initial decisions necessary for their organization’s blog, Smith said.

“If you’re a small business owner or the leader of a non-profit, I would bet good money that you’ve been told you must have a blog.” Smith said. “I would agree with that advice, but I think it’s important to understand why it’s necessary. More importantly, it’s vital for you to understand how to be strategic when starting your organization’s blog.”

For more information

Jamie Smith

Owner, Jamie’s Notebook

Jamie@jamiesnotebook.com

479.531.1685

www.jamiesnotebook.com

About Jamie Smith

Jamie Smith of Jamie’s Notebook gives companies and organizations “a voice with the written word.” Her mission is to help businesses and organizations discover and express their passion and purpose through the content they produce.

 

Jamie has become well-known in Northwest Arkansas and surrounding area for her ability to create content that informs, inspires and enlightens. As well as leading seminars for organizations, she offers one-on-one consulting on the fine art of writing online.