The blinking cursor stares you in the face. You’re out of ideas about what to write and you’re not sure who the heck will want to read it.
If you’re stuck on where to start when it comes to gathering and formulating fresh ideas to share with your audience, then let the successful ethical bloggers Leah Wise of Style Wise, Kate Hall of Ethically Kate, and Jen Panaro of Honestly Modern from Ethical Writers and Creatives, teach you how to create unique and engaging content that will bring fame and fortune to your online platform – and make the world a better place, too!
In Ethical Writers and Creatives' latest workshop, you’ll learn:
How to generate fresh ideas
How to turn individual ideas into full-fledged blog posts
Best practices for format, structure, and tone to keep your readers engaged
Tips on scheduling, planning, and proofreading
Simple SEO ideas to help search engines get your content to the right audience
Easy-to-implement social media practices that increase social sharing
Leah Wise is a writer and blogger based in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her expertise in the fields of sustainable fashion and social justice have afforded her the opportunity to write for publications such as Elephant Journal, Mind Body Green, Relevant Magazine, and Christianity Today, as well as on her own blog, stylewise-blog.com. She is also a public speaker and consultant working with faith-based organizations like Kentucky Council of Churches and, more recently, Catholic Relief Services’ Ethical Trade Initiative. Leah has been named a top sustainable blogger by Bustle, ORIGIN Magazine, AGAATI, and Moon Cloth, and has received numerous write-ups on ethical lifestyle blogs and brand websites. Earlier this year, she literally wrote the book on ethical lifestyle blogging, which is available for purchase here.
Kate Hall is a freelance writer and eco-living activist from New Zealand. Along with her own blog, Ethically Kate, she works with independent brands across the globe to create their online voice, and covers controversial and educational topics in leading online media platforms such as Eco Warrior Princess and The Green Hub. Kate writes up to 10 blogs a week for a variety of brands spreading from Canada to Singapore, and has been published in print magazines such as The White magazine and The Good magazine; the leading eco-living magazine in New Zealand. She has a special interest in journalism and story telling, and enjoys turning the mundane, everyday struggles, into relatable and eyeopening reads.
Jen Panaro is the founder of Honestly Modern, an online brand focusing on sustainable living for modern families. She has a passion for pairing her creative pursuits and big ideas to translate emerging topics in sustainable living into actionable habits everyone can employ. She also leverages over a decade of corporate experience in a professional services firm to break down the numbers behind the assumptions we make that influence our consumer behaviors. Between family life, a successful corporate career, and her role as Board Member and Treasurer of her local library, Jen brings a wealth of information on professionalism, service, and preciseness to her blogs posts and this workshop.