It has become evident that many people are interested in learning about blogging and Social Media Skills. As working online grows in popularity, many are the questions that come up from people who would like to understand what exactly it entails and how to go about it.
However, not all, new and already established bloggers and social media marketers understand the skills required in blogging, especially, pertaining to the online code of conduct and how they can use this platform to write about social and public health issues.
Bloggers have important functions in the society in that they carry information, debate and give critical commentary on current affairs. Bloggers and content creators are particularly responsible for allowing different and independent views to be expressed in the online scene.
Blogging niches such as social issues and active citizenship, health, women and girls issues are less explored. We continue to feed this need by taking our Blogging and Social Media Training to various counties around the country. The next county, therefore, to benefit from such a training is Kilifi.
We will be having a training in Kilifi on Saturday, 29th July at the Hotel Titanic, Biashara Street opp. National Bank, from 9.00am to 3.00pm.
We will be training on the following topics:
- Writing Good Social Issues Content
- Social Media Skills
- Health Content
- Blogging Ethics
- Understanding Copyright
This will be a course that will cover blogging ethics, which seeks to promote good online conduct. It will also touch on Social Media to focus on what to apply while engaging others on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and other social media platforms.
Participants are encouraged to carry their laptops for the ultimate hands-on training experience. Wi-fi will be provided.
The training is absolutely free and is in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Interested in this training? Please register here.
Date: 29th July 2017
Time: 9.00am to 3.00pm
Venue: Hotel Titanic, Biashara Street opposite National Bank, Kilifi