News & Events
Intermediate Blogger Workshop - Aug. 16
Aug. 16, 2013 | 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Ohio Farm Bureau Conference Rooms
280 N. High Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Ohio Farm Bureau members looking to take their blogging skills to a higher level are invited to attend the organizationís intermediate blogger workshop Aug. 16 in Columbus.
This workshop will bring together food and farm bloggers from across the state to network, share ideas and learn strategies, tips and tricks from experts that will help them become better bloggers.
Topics and sessions will include:
- Tools of the trade
- A blogger roundtable meant for sharing and learning from one another
- Content strategies
- Search Engine Optimization
- Cultivating your community and following
- and more.
Guest experts include:
Tom Williams, founder and president of Innogage, a Columbus-based digital marketing firm, and the mastermind behind Innoblogs collaborative blogging platrorm. Innoblogs makes it easy for companies and organization to manage a multi-author blog that produces keyword rich, SEO-optimized posts that support content strategy and drive marketing efforts. Tom holds a BS degree in Accounting and Management Information Systems from The Ohio State University and an MBA in Marketing and Management from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.
Leah Beyer --†As the wife of a dairy farmer, mom and staffer at a checkoff organization, Leah Beyer has worked to help connect with people about how food is grown. After an aha moment that involved cinnamon rolls and a prolapse began blogging at beyerbeware.net where she shares her easy recipes including Hunk of Meat Monday features, embarrassing quips about being a working mom and farm stories. Beyer started her own consulting business to help food and agriculture clients connect with decision makers, influencers and expand the knowledge of agriculture industry.†
REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT
This workshop will be held at Ohio Farm Bureauís conference center at 280 N. High Street in Columbus. This event is free for Ohio Farm Bureau members, but you must register early to attend†by filling out the form below and clicking submit.†