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Business Blogging Club

  • Space 282 6 Nelson Street Southend-on-Sea, England, SS1 1EF United Kingdom (map)

Discover your time, support and confidence to write remarkable content that boosts your business. This workshop will include:

  1. An exclusive group – only six places available

  2. Six guided weekly sessions to make regular blogging a habit

  3. Write brand-new content every week (bring your laptop!)

  4. Join a private Facebook group for extra support

  5. Leave with plenty of ready-to-post content, plus the skills and confidence to keep on blogging

Each session will consist of:

Half an hour of insight from Nina Jervis, followed by an hour of time for you to ask questions, develop your own ideas and create your content (all accompanied by coffee and biscuits – because it’s well-known that creativity thrives when fuelled by sugar and caffeine!)

  • Session 1 – Where will your ideas come from?

  • Session 2 – Staying productive and regular

  • Session 3 – Creating the perfect blog post headline

  • Session 4 – More tips to engage your audience

  • Session 5 – The SEO conundrum

  • Session 6 – Blogging FAQs (and congratulations!)

When: Wednesday 24th April, for six consecutive weeks

Time: 5pm – 6:30pm

Where: Space 282, 6 Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea (less than one minute walk away from Southend Central station)

(all accompanied by coffee and biscuits – because it’s well-known that creativity thrives when fuelled by sugar and caffeine!)

Cost: £250 for six sessions, paid in advance

To join us complete the form below and Nina will be in touch!

About Nina

Like most people I have an ego, but I'm far more interested in how my well-chosen words will make the people and businesses I write for really shine!

I work with warmth, understanding and lashings of humour wherever possible – though I take my clients' needs seriously and I'll work hard and for as long as it takes to get your story absolutely right. I have an unhealthy obsession with doing a good job.

I don't work from templates, and most of my services begin with a consultation, either face to face or via telephone/Skype. Talking to you is how I can best understand your story and how to tell it, and this personalised approach is the reason I can offer so much versatility in the services I provide.

Everyone is different, everyone's story is different, and whether you're looking for some glossy website copy for your new business, you're a 62 year-old welder who has always wanted to see your life story on paper, or you're an 18 year-old college leaver looking to put your first CV together, we'll work together so that you sound like you.

My previous life as a City-based Head of HR for a number of assorted industries means that I'm able to provide real-world advice on recruitment issues from both sides of the interview desk. I've written and scrutinised more CVs than I care to mention and I've learned more than enough from my own recruitment-based blunders in the early days of my career, to be able to pass on some sound and robust insights that really work.

When you speak with me, I hope you'll find me friendly and approachable, quick to get to the point of your story, and someone who tries very hard indeed never to use confusing jargon.

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