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How Writers and Creatives Can Use LinkedIn Effectively
2 March @ 10:00 - 11:30 GMT
Is LinkedIn right for you? How can authors effectively use LinkedIn as a social media platform?
LinkedIn is not just for corporate professionals from traditional sectors –as asocial media platform, it can open up a world of opportunity for writers, illustrators and literary translators.
Join Ronke Lawal of Ariatu PR and find out how you can make the most out of LinkedIn.
What will this workshop cover?
- How to get the most of LinkedIn
- How to create the best LinkedIn Profile to attract opportunities
- How to use LinkedIn for networking
- Which LinkedIn tools and resources they can use to share their news and updates.
- How to attract the right connections on LinkedIn
Send us your questions in advance
If you would like to send questions in advance, email Sophia A Jackson with ‘LinkedIn with Ronke Lawal question’ in the subject header. We will prioritise questions sent in advance and will try to answer as many questions as we can on the day.
Ronke Lawal – Founder, Ariatu PR
Ariatu PR founder Ronke Lawal was born in Hackney, East London. Having graduated with honours from Lancaster University and the University of Richmond Virginia (USA) with a degree in International Business (Economics), she started her own PR and Communications business in 2004. Ariatu PR specialises in PR and Communications for clients in a range of B2C industries; including lifestyle, consumer goods and the creative enterprise sector.
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