Blogging 101: connecting to your stakeholders and building up your brand

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Blogging is a great platform for connecting with your audiences while driving traffic to your website. This includes the opportunity to demonstrate your industry expertise and company persona via the delivery of meaningful content to your stakeholders (content you can also share via your social media channels and encourage others to share to increase your brand awareness). Learn how to develop a solid blogging foundation, whether you want to start your own blog, be a guest blogger or both. Learning points: How blogging can support your business success. Tips for generating post ideas, and the importance of consistency. How to develop a business personality that resonates with your stakeholders. Best practices for structuring your blog including length (think short, sweet and to the point).

The basics of writing your own blog post About the Presenters: Allison Morris Rosnak, principal, Good Word Communications   With more than 20 years of internal and external comms experience in the agency and corporate worlds, Allison is known for her writing and editing skills, media training leadership, crisis and issues management knowledge, media relations experience and a serious love affair with sarcasm AND Starbucks.  She is the former manager of Communications and Media and Editorial for two of Ontario’s leading post-secondary institutions where she had oversight of communications and built, fostered and maintained relationships with key stakeholders in Durham Region and across the GTA. Prior to joining the academic sector, Allison honed her talent at one of North America’s leading traditional public relations agencies, executing communications programs for several high-profile brands including MasterCard and Panasonic as a well as a boutique communications firm specializing in the high-tech space.
With an unwavering dedication to generating results for her clients by encouraging calculated risks and bridging strategy with innovation, Allison thrives on positively shaping a company and/or brand’s image and clearly communicating an organization’s message(s) to stakeholders to drive business growth. A mom of three, avid runner, and spin instructor (who consistently struggles to find time to teach a class but refuses to give up the dream. ) Allison is a former communications professor and is currently completing her Master of Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on two of her favourite things – communications and leadership. Krista Luxton, communications associate, Good Word Communications A proud grammar nerd, Krista’s passion for PR, communications, writing, editing and working with the media continually motivates her to ensure her clients achieve their business goals. With more than a decade of communications experience spanning several sectors, including the development and leadership of numerous impactful communications campaigns, she has been recognized by the International Association of Business Communicators, excels at crisis and strategic communications and credits her journalism background for providing her with a comprehensive understanding of the media and what it takes to get coverage.
Known for her versatility as a writer and natural ability to craft content in a variety of styles (e.g. corporate, print, web, social media etc.), Krista is highly skilled at drafting communications materials and key messages that align with an organization’s mission, vision and values, and has developed messaging on behalf of C-suite executives, event emcees/speakers, physicians and post-secondary faculty members.   Quirky, energetic and outgoing, Krista has worked as a communications officer in both the health-care and education sectors. Outside of work she can usually be found playing with her son, walking barefoot through the grass or meditating before the sun rises. FAQs You do not need to bring a ticket with you, bring your questions and a notebook if needed.
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