Event in Southfield MI: Tue 4/19/16: Chris Wechner will present key tips about blogging, including ways to blog, even if you aren’t a writer.
Blogging bogs down so many people, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Using his background with his own blog and ones that he has made for other clients, Chris Wechner will be going over blogging basics with mid-level to advanced tips.
Here is an overview of topics Chris will discuss:
--What is blogging?
--Different Reasons People Blog
--Tips for Getting People to Actually READ Your Blog
--How to Make Yourself Look like an Expert before You Are
--Blogging Tricks for Non-Writers
Chris Wechner has been giving business and marketing talks for years and…just plainly enjoys helping people. In Chris’ words, the more talks I give, the more I learn…and it forces me to be sharper and better prepared.
There is no charge for the event. (Yes, it is free!)
Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: in Michigan Institute Real Estate building (just south of 10 Mile Road)
Address: 24655 Southfield Rd #101, Southfield, MI 48075
Cost: Free - No Charge
About Chris Wechner: Chris Wechner has been marketing online since 2009. When he was working as a data analyst, he first discovered internet marketing when he took a course, thinking it would shore up his computer skills, only to learn that he really liked the marketing component of it. Wechner began learning by taking courses and volunteering for businesses, learning along the way. He constructed a blog site that attracted over several million dollars from overseas investors. He is a certified in Google AdWords and Bing Ads, and he has co-led marketing groups at a college in Detroit for five (5) years. Chris Wechner is great at making observations and driving strategies by connecting patterns with data. He prides himself on being an enthusiastic, thorough teacher.
For more information about the event, contact Chris Wechner:
I look forward to seeing you…and helping you.
(If you think you know someone else who might benefit, please, feel invited to let them know about this.)