To Blog or Not to Blog
Date(s) - 25/09/2012
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
The Port Mahon
Join us for our next Word of Mouth event: To Blog or Not to Blog!
Everybody is talking about blogging! It is the buzz word at the moment. But should you be blogging? Should your business be blogging? Why is blogging important?
Fe-line Women hopes to answer these questions for you by bringing together a panel of local female bloggers who will tell you about their personal experiences of blogging, their top tips and answer the burning questions that you have.
Tickets, £5 in advance, £7 on the door. Tickets purchased in advance are non-refundable.
Please note that Word of Mouth is a women’s group.
Joining us on the panel:
- Natasha from Candy Pop
- Catherine from Baby Genie
- Silvia from SilviaSiret.com
- Monika from Mum on the Brink
- Holly from digital marketing agency Obergine
Natasha is a Fine Art graduate who lives in a modern retro apartment in Oxford. She managed Ladies Personal Shopping in Selfridges, London, where she shopped and styled many celebrities, including the Queen. ‘Candy Pop’ was born in June 2008, when Natasha bought her first digital camera and began capturing and sharing her home online. The interior styling and vintage collections did not go unnoticed, and have been published in a magazine and a book. The Candy Pop Blog followed in 2010, and is a well established destination for lovers of photography, fashion and interior design with a vintage twist.
Catherine has been documenting family thoughts at Baby Genie over the past four years, is mum to four year old Noah and after a 2.5 year long journey of tantrums, hospital trips and comfort eating, is excited to be expecting baby number two, a little brother due to arrive in December. Catherine runs a PR agency in Wallingford. She cut to do lists out of her life after a reality TV appearance last year and has a fondness of car boot sales and good red wine.
Monika is a well-travelled European mummy of three and wife of Oh-so-dedicated-Daddy. They live in Oxford. Monika opted out of the workplace when her children were born and have been trying to keep on top of my life since. Monika blogs about parenting, technology, travel and green issues.
Holly graduated in 2007 and landed her perfect job in the big wide world as Marketing Executive and Web Editor for an online music retailer, where among other important things she got to listen to music all day and got paid for it. A couple of year’s later, she left to invest her time and energy in an innovative charity initiative called Ctrl.Alt.Shift, during this time she was fortunate to travel to Kenya. In 2010, she decided to leave the charity sector behind and join Obergine – a young, fast paced and forward thinking digital agency in Oxford as Project Manager. Holly blogs for Oxon Digital, Obergine and econsultancy.
Bookings are closed for this event.