NOTE: New Date announced! 24 March 2015
If you are progressing from a hobby blogger to getting more commercial and monetising your blog, you need to be prepared for all the questions potential clients will ask. Having a comprehensive media kit will answer all these questions.
At this month’s event we will talk about Media Kits or Media Packs, what they are, what you need to include and show you a sample of some innovative ways to design your own media pack. There will be a lot of takeaways from this session.
- Introduction of media kits
- What to include in a media kit
- What stats to include
- Media kit design dos and don’ts
- Learn how to communicate with brands and potential sponsors
- Why work with brands at all
- What brands really want
- How to remain authentic
Our Speaker of the month is Helen Best Shaw of FussFreeFlavours.com
“Helen Best-Shaw (@FussFreeFlavour) is the food writer, recipe developer and the voice behind Fuss Free Flavours, one of the UK’s most popular food blogs. Having spent many years as a financial analyst, she now works with food, full time. With her firmly held belief that everyone deserves good food, and mantra of “tasty stuff without the fuss”, Helen’s recipes aim to be achievable, attainable and affordable as well as delicious.” FussFreeFlavours.com
Helen, a top UK Food Blogger, will be our guest speaker on this topic. She is frequently at the top of the UK food Bloggers’ charts and she now makes a full time living from her blog and she will share with you her tips and tricks on how to put together your own media pack.
Monday, 12 January 2015. 24 March 2015 From 6.30pm.
6.30pm – Registration and networking
7.00pm – Guest Speaker and Q&A
8.00pm – Networking
Get your ticket now to confirm your place.
Venue :Gillray’s Steakhouse and Bar, County Hall Marriott Hotel Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7PB Nearest tube: Waterloo or Westminster Note: There are 2 entrances, one is the main hotel entrance and the other is on the South Bank, just past the London Eye, above the Aquarium which leads directly to the restaurant.