I receive so much information in the webinars, not only for great blog ideas, but Susan also inspired some great training ideas. It's a very productive 30 minutes on the web that's connected to my business.
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) August 26, 2009
Combining current events, fresh news hooks and blog writing is proving to be a winning mix for business professionals who want to use their blogs to build Social Media relationships and grow their organizations.
A new ongoing webinar program titled "Building the Buzz that Builds Your Business" is helping business and nonprofit professionals connect current news events to their blog content. The 30-minute webinars are available every Monday and Wednesday at 12:00 PM Central/1:00 PM EST (http://www.getinfrontblogging.com). Corporate trainers are using the new approach as well.
The founder and host of the program is Susan Young, President of Get In Front Communications, Inc. Young has 25 years of experience as an award-winning radio news reporter, public relations and communications expert. During each session, she provides a list of 25 categories, each with at least one link to a current news event.
"Most people are perplexed about how to develop fresh content that will attract a following. Many people are stuck on the actual writing too. This program allows me to spoon-feed people dozens of story ideas that they can blog about immediately. The stories are also being used by trainers and speakers for corporate conferences and programs. There's always interesting news and angles but most people don't see the connection the stories have to their blogs and organizations. My news background is what makes this unique."
Linda Farley, owner of Farley Training, says, "I receive so much information in the webinars, not only for great blog ideas, but Susan also inspired some great training ideas. It's a very productive 30 minutes on the web that's connected to my business."
Each webinar features a "Top 10 List" of story ideas and links that Young discusses explicitly during the program. Social Media and PR tips are also included, as well as Q&A.
Each program is a stand-alone, which allows people to register as they need content and ideas. Registrants don't have to be on the call live; anyone who signs up is sent an MP3 file of the recorded webinar and "The Top 10 List." Webinars are only $10.00 each which allows participants to join as they need content and ideas. Membership packages are available as well.
Young also provides "ghostwriting" services, Public Relations consulting and corporate communication training programs. She is a member of the National Speakers Association. For information, visit http://www.getinfrontblogging.com.
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