Did you know, the average attention span online is less than that of a goldfish? Through this one day course, you’ll learn about purpose-led writing and how getting it right can overhaul your content – better connecting with your audiences, encouraging action and creating fans.
With a clear focus on the value of attention and engagement – rather than traffic and clicks for clicks’ sake – you’ll discover what it takes to attract, grow and sustain a faithful audience and how to write in a way that really counts.
What we cover:
Stranger Collective training isn’t like most training. As well as a crack team of writing specialists running the day and offering all the insights you would expect, you’ll also get:
Anyone who writes as part of their role – whether it’s emails, blog posts, social media captions or just needing to write more persuasively. New starters with a writing remit in their role, business start-ups looking to spread the word about what they’re up to, practising marketers, copywriters or creative professionals seeking a bit of a refresh and insight into how to do what they do, better.
This course is for you…
Places are limited and our courses sell out fast. So book your spot today.
Dynamic Digital Writing training is £185 + VAT and includes entry to Read Between the Wines.
Discounts for group booking available. Get in touch to find out more.
We get more impact when we act together. If those of us that can ditch the passenger-less car option, for collective travel on train or bus or lift-share, or by joining the growing band of active travellers on two pedal-powered wheels, we can make any event better for the environment.
For Dynamic Digital Writing training at the Poly, Falmouth Town and Falmouth Docks railway stations are both walking distance. Transport for Cornwall buses arrive in Falmouth from across the county, plan ahead at Traveline South West. You can also borrow two-wheels – at locations around Penryn and Falmouth – for the journey from beryl.cc. And for a low-emissions lift, one of team Stranger will be driving electric from the Lizard for the day with space for passengers; email us ([email protected]) if you’d like to be picked-up on route.
In the September twilight at Bream Cove we were joined by marine biologist and filmmaker Inka Cresswell, author Wyl Menmuir, freediver Emma Harper, and writer and broadcaster Octavia Bright. Read and listen to a snapshot of the compelling coastline conversations from the evening...