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Shout about your Oswestry business digitally, creatively and socially.

Our team at J&PR has been hosting PR training courses for years and with the digital world the courses now include social media and blogs too!

All of these link in very nicely with your brand (No not just your logo!). Get any one of these wrong and it can be detrimental – we want you to get it right for your business.

We’ve teamed up with Gina from Gina.Design (you may know Gina from Branding by G, Redstone Studio or Bland Blitz) to host a new course in Oswestry on April 4th at the Wynnstay Hotel where together we will teach you how to shout about your business digitally, socially and creatively in a day! (A productive, exhausting but fun day no doubt!)

So what will the course cover I hear you ask? Well you can skip the rest and find out more about the course and buy your ticket all in one go here if you want!

DIY Digital PR and Social Media Content Creation for your Brand

Who are you?

  • What is a brand – What is yours?
  • Key messages – what are they?
  • Target audience – who is it?
  • Finding your voice – what is your brand language?
  • Starting social – which social media platforms are right for you, why and how?

Introduction to PR

  • PR – what is public relations?
  • What is a PR plan?
  • How do I write a press release?

What is a blog?

  • What will you write about?
  • Where will it go?
  • Why should you blog?

Getting social

  • Types of social media content
  • What is a social media schedule?
  • Creating (and being consistent with) your brand style on social media

Make it pretty

  • Free online image resources
  • Using free online tools to create sizzling social media images

 

But don’t take just take our word for it that our courses are great! Here’s what some of our recent delegates had to say about J&PR’s training course held at Shropshire Chamber.

Laura Partridge, Hencote

“Learning more about press releases was very helpful along with tips for social media marketing and engagement. Using the plans will be great for time management and vary content.”

Kate Southan, Westbury Environmental

“Kirsty was really engaging and it’s obvious how enthusiastic she is, so it was easy to learn and pick up some tips.”

Clive Jones, Copy-Write

“Learning the current social media formats that are trending, learning more about PR, blogs and how they work within social media.”

Melissa Hardy, Security Services

“I feel I now have a plan when I get back, rather than having a head in the hands moment! This has got to be a good thing – feel so much more confident. Thank you, Kirsty.”

Emma Cross, Hatchers

“Extremely helpful course. Covered all the main areas of digital PR from a beginner’s point of view. Lots to work on but looking forward to using everything I’ve learnt today.”

Alex Ashton, Fabweld Steel Products

“Learning how to structure plan. This can be applied to other parts of my role at FSP and I can see it being of great benefit in achieving our objectives.”

And if this isn’t enough there’s more course testimonials here too! https://www.jandpr.com/pr-course-feedback-testimonials/

We look forward to meeting you in Oswestry on April 4th – book your ticket here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/shout-about-your-business-digitally-socially-and-creatively-in-one-day-tickets-56997217211

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About the Author:

Otherwise known as the Google of Shropshire, Kirsty is in other people's offices more than her own as she brings new clients into the J&PR portfolio. Whether a client is new to the world of PR, is ready to take their PR campaign to the next level or needs to enthuse their staff through a strong internal communications strategy, Kirsty is the one to do it.

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