Newsletters are all about creating content to build relationships and when done right they are SUPER POWERFUL. Its all about sending out good content that gives your readers/ customers real value, builds trust, and establishes you as an authority in your field.
I have been writing and consuming e-newsletters for many years now and in this world of social media algorithms and short attention spans, am more convinced than ever in the benefits a good newsletter can bring to any business (big, small or fledgling). So in this morning workshop, I will share 15 steps to planning, creating and executing a successful newsletter that will do all of the above. This is an investment in your business and you can be back at your desk for the afternoon, so don’t feel bad about taking the morning off to come along and learn and network with us!
PLEASE BE SURE YOU CAN ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP AS WE DO NOT OFFER REFUNDS.
Cost - $100pp includes workshop, booklet of worksheets to take away and a light 'working' lunch.
Venue - Lovely studio space in Paddington NSW, address to be sent with final confirmation.
Dates and time - Monday, 8 October. 12 - 2.30pm
Here’s what people said about my most recent newsletter workshop…
"Thank you for your time last week helping us learn how to create effective newsletters. I loved the instruction booklet you gave to us and how you made the workshop relevant to both for profit and not for profit organisations. It was a pleasure to be in your company, you were very knowledgeable and friendly.” Elise Taylor
“Sophie’s newsletter course got me motivated to try new things and reinvigorate the newsletters I write for work. It’s also a great networking opportunity with likeminded people in the area. Emily Mitchell, Communications Manager Orange 360
“In a short two hour session you had the Worksop jam packed with useful content and discussion. I thoroughly enjoyed the session and have been raving about it. I look forward to keeping in touch and attending future workshops. Lee Cobb
‘Sophie’s enthusiasm is infectious and she’s equally passionate. I took away some really helpful tips and am inspired to be more creative with my own writing and how I reach people.’ Lucy McEvoy, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health