Join us as Three Li’l Princesses, the University of Tasmania Cradle Coast Campus and ConnectPink host the Mum Blogging Masterclass on Monday from 2-4.30pm. It’s a chance for those of you who want to learn about how to start a blog and connect on social media to gain some tools to get you started. In the second session, there’ll also be service providers on hand to discuss how, once you’re online, you can connect with relevant services.

Simply click on the link below at 2pm on Monday and join the conversation (we welcome any questions you have from home). Feel free to come and go as you please. We’re all mums, so we understand that children come first.

If you have an iPhone you can also download a free app to use with the blog at the iPhone app store or on www.coveritlive.com

If you would like to learn more about blogging after the session, be sure to follow the blogging series happening on Mum PR at the moment.

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8 Responses to #MumBlog: Join the free Mum Blogging MasterClass

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  3. Anne says:

    not sure how to get connected – is this running today 10.9.12

    • Kel says:

      Hi Anne, The Masterclass was last Monday – September 3. So sorry you missed it.
      You should be able to simply click “play” and replay some of the notes from the event. Alternatively, if you want some more detailed information on blogging and social media, I’m pulling all my notes together for a series on my Mum PR blog. If you start with http://mumpr.com.au/2012/09/what-is-a-blog/ you can just keep pressing next to read each post. I’m about halfway through sharing the notes from the Masterclass on that blog at the moment. x

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