FP Comms presents the Blogger’s Event

I was kindly invited by FP Comms to come along to their online workshop. The ‘Blogger’s Event: The Ultimate Guide to Connecting Bloggers with Brands’ will be hosted via Webinar on Thursday 11 August. I’m really excited to be apart of this Blogger’s Event as I can quite comfortably enjoy the event from the comfort of my own home.

The workshop’s aim is to help bloggers to connect with brands. There will be expert speakers who have worked with bloggers and brands to make profitable and beneficial partnerships. I love the vibe that the event is bringing as it’s something I’ve never realised even existed.

It’s amazing what different companies are producing to make bloggers feel needed with their skills.This workshop is open to all bloggers young and old. With the workshop being hosted online, it means bloggers across the United Kingdom can take full advantage, distance is not stopping you from attending.

As more and more people are blogging, it is harder to gain relationships with companies as there is strong competition out there. These events are being designed to help you understand the process and how you can achieve good relationships with companies to increase your blog’s readership.

Thank you for reading this post! Let me know in the comments if you are attending this workshop or are thinking about it. If you do wish to attend, head over to their official Eventbrite page HERE to buy your tickets now. 

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Disclaimer: All opinions and thoughts are my own. Images belongs to FP Comms

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