LinkedIn Publishing Morning (Charity Event)
Hello, my name is Karen Hollenbach.
My experience with writing my weekly blog and choosing one of these to re-purpose monthly on LinkedIn has been a key platform for Think Bespoke’s content marketing strategy.
This disciplined and pragmatic focus on consistently sharing my insights has helped build my personal brand and established my reputation as a leading LinkedIn Specialist, Social Media Strategist and Career Planner for individuals and organisations across Australia.
Publishing on LinkedIn is a great opportunity to find your voice and tell your story. I’ve published over 40 LinkedIn Pulse articles and write a blog every week for Think Bespoke’s Insights.
For those of you thinking about publishing on LinkedIn, please join me at Eastern Innovation Business Centre on Friday 18th November for a morning dedicated to helping you publish on LinkedIn. For just $50, we’ll spend the morning brainstorming ideas, drinking coffee, enjoying morning tea (thanks to my local Greek bakery) and then pressing ‘Publish’ on your first LinkedIn Published post.
This is also a great session for more experienced blog writers who want to share their collective knowledge with others about writing blogs, including your tips on the importance of headlines and images.
My goal is to encourage you to develop the confidence to publish on LinkedIn by allocating time in your schedule to sitting down and either curating one of your popular blog posts from your website or writing a debut post on LinkedIn Pulse.
For copywriters, digital marketers and communication specialists this is a great chance to deepen your understanding of LinkedIn as a publishing platform for your clients and stakeholders.
I also hope we can use this time together to develop some collective wisdom on how to gain confidence and learn more about publishing on LinkedIn to help attract, acquire and engage your community and further establish your personal and organisational brand.
You will be supplied with:
– free WIFI
– a great space to work
– tips, encouragement and feedback
– morning tea
This event is being held at the Eastern Innovation Business Centre in Mulgrave, a fantastic space to co-work and collaborate.
Date: Friday 18th November
Time: 9.30am – 12.00pm
I hope you can join me for this enjoyable morning.
Any profits from this event will be donated to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
I was first introduced to the ILF when I attended a charity event hosted by Readings, where Richard Flanagan spoke to Stan Grant about his book, Talking to My Country. This event raised over $20,000 for the ILF and so I was inspired to do what I could to contribute.
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is a national charity that was founded and set up by members of the Australian book industry in 2005. It draws on the skills and expertise of the book industry to address children’s literacy levels in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
The ILF’s work is done through three core programs: Book Supply, Book Buzz and Community Literacy Projects. The ILF also advocates to raise community awareness of Indigenous literacy issues.
Since 2011, the ILF has worked as a not-for-profit charity without any government support or major corporate funding. It works with the support of the Australian Publishers Association, the Australian Booksellers Association and the Australian Society of Authors, along with a team of ambassadors, volunteers, and five full-time staff members.