Content Creation Week 2017

Content Creation Week will take place for the first time ever at Blogfabrik between September 11-14. At the heart of the conference lie questions like how is good content created and what makes digital content successful? Together with those participating in the workshops, Blogfabrik’s network will answer these questions and open up a dialogue about false approaches, success stories and best practice strategies.

As part of the Content Creation Week, well-known blogs and magazines such as Lola, Daddy, iheartberlin.de, TONSPION or KALTBLUT Magazine and viral Instagrammers like alexberlinetta or social critic vloggers like Tariks Genderkrise, as well as freelance photographers and journalists will share their skills and experiences with the public.

Those hungry to learn more can master the tricks of the trade in over 27 practical workshops, including one solving the mystery of crafting compelling headlines, a crash course in SEO and a workshop teaching participants how to accumulate more Instagram followers without cheap tricks or advertising. In the free supporting program, numerous lightning talks and discussion sessions will take place in which lecturers discuss where the industry is currently at and challenges it faces.

The program’s content is primarily aimed at communication and marketing managers, agency employees and aspiring bloggers. The aim of the highly practice-oriented workshops is to provide participants with the strategies and tools that they can apply easily and directly to their own work. The framework program will give participants the opportunity to get inspired and network.

The complete program can be viewed here. It is already possible to book a single workshop ticket for 130 euros. More information on tickets is available here.

 

Mon, 11 Sep, 19.00hThu, 14 Sep, 22.00h
11 Sep 201714 Sep 2017

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