It’s happening friends! After months of chatter with one another and encouragement from many friends, we are launching our very first blog class! There are lots of blog classes out there these days, but what we feel will make our class unique is that we are bringing our professional background into play. For those of you who don’t know, when we’re not blogging, Alix is an award-winning advertising creative director and Dottie is a successful Director of Â PR. We have a unique perspective on blogging and allllll kinds of tips and tricks to help you take things to the next level! There will be two days to choose from (or you can take BOTH!):
DAY 1: PREPARE FOR LIFT OFF. Saturday, October 6, 2012 10am – 5pm
This class is geared towards the emerging blogger….someone who really feels like they are ready to take things to the next level.
DAY 2: FREQUENT FLIERS. Sunday, October 7, 2012 10am-5pm
This class is for the more experienced blogger who wants to push themelves further and would like to to know how to master PR.
It’s all going down in a small, intimate setting (the marvelous Teahouse Studios in Berkeley) and there will be boat loads of one-on-one time and personal review. Check out more class details here! We will also be featuring some special guest stars from one of the hottest social media sites and blogger networks around. Ooooh, mysterious!
Are you in the Bay Area? We’d love to meet you!
You can sign up for the class right here.
4 thoughts on “Attention Bay Area Bloggers, now taking off // BLOG AIR!”
LADIES! This is fantastic!!! Oh how I wish I could be there — what fun teachers you will both be!!!!!!
Makes me wish I had a blog just so I could hang out with you fabulous ladies and learn from the masters!!
I’m seriously considering driving up to you guys for this… not sure how I’d swing it with the breastfeeding baby who doesn’t want to suck on a bottle… but even the hubby said we could make a trip of it… I’m tossing the idea around in my head… hope it doesn’t fill up mid-toss… hmmm…
This sounds amazing you guys! Yay!