Register for my free blogging presentation, 2/14, Social Media Week
Posted by Mary Fletcher Jones
You only have to register for this event if you are attending the event in person in Falls Church, VA. You do not need to register to watch this online. If you need to cancel your registration, please contact MaryFletcherJones@Yahoo.com
Do you blog for your company, agency, or organization? Do you find it difficult to blog on a regular basis? Do you ever run out of ideas? Do you wish you had more readers for your blog?
In this interactive presentation, I will talk about the marketing advantages of blogging for your business, agency, or nonprofit organization, and identify some of the common challenges associated with blogging.
Mary will suggest practical planning and writing tips, engagement strategies, and topic ideas. A question and answer session will follow the presentation.
The content level in this presentation is appropriate for people who are new to blogging, beginning bloggers, and intermediate-level bloggers.
About Your Presenter
She created the blogs for the National Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and the DC Ad Club.
Mary enjoys developing blogs for clients and teaching people how to use blogging as a marketing and engagement tool.
Thomas Jefferson Library, 7415 Arlington Boulevard, Falls Church, VA 22042
The library is located between two complexes of garden apartments just adjacent to Loehmann’s Plaza (shopping center with Giant and other stores), on the same side of Rt. 50.
From the Beltway:
- Take Exit 50B (old Exit 8E), Rte. 50 East (Arlington Boulevard).
- Go through the first light (Jaguar Trail).
- Go 0.4 miles to library on the right, just before the traffic light at Allen Street.
- The library is a new, modern-looking brick building surrounded by garden apartment buildings (there is a service road in front that runs parallel to Route 50/Arlington Boulevard).
From Seven Corners:
- Go 1.3 miles west on Rte. 50 to the third traffic light (Allen Street).
- Turn left on Allen Street, then immediately right onto service road that runs parallel to Route 50.
- The library is a new, modern looking building surrounded by garden apartments; the second brick building on the left.
Metrobus Route 1B and 1C travels between the Dunn Loring-Merrifeild station Metro Station and Thomas Jefferson Community Library. For more information, visit the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Virginia Bus Schedules. Fairfax Connector Route 401 travels between the Dunn Loring Metro Station and Thomas Jefferson Community Library. For more information, visit the Fairfax Connector Home Page.