Join TFN’s free Brilliant Blogging Masterclass


To celebrate the launch of the new TFN magazine, the TFN team is re-running its popular Brilliant Blogging Masterclass

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6th August 2018 by Alex Turnbull 1 Comment

The TFN editorial team is running a free Brilliant Blogging Masterclass to celebrate the launch of the new TFN magazine in August.

TFN's team of professional journalists will provide hints and tips on how to create amazing blogs that people will read, comment on and share.

From creating a winning headline to chosing the right language and working out how to structure your blog, the masterclass will cover everything you need to know.

"At TFN we read and write hundreds of blogs a year and we know what works and what doesn't," says TFN editor Susan Smith. "We're running this free masterclass to help other people and organisations write brilliant blogs - and we'll be happy to publish them on the TFN website".

The masterclass will coincide with the launch of the new TFN monthly magazine. There will be a presentation followed by a Q&A session and participants will get the chance to meet TFN's reporters and come along to the TFN magazine launch party, which immediately follows the masterclass.

"TFN's new print publication will have loads of in depth content about the third sector, but that doesn't mean we're dropping the ball on our digital content," explains Susan. "At we publish breaking news five days a week and a range of digital features. TFN's blogs provide analysis of everything going on in the sector. We want to encourage more people to blog for TFN and get the messages they want to deliver to as many of our readers as possible."

The Brilliant Blogs Masterclass is on Wednesday 22 August at 4pm at the Mansfield Traquair Centre, Edinburgh.

Space is tight, so book now to secure a place – and let us know if you want to come along to the party too!

8th August 2018 by Richard Howat

That sounds great. It would be really useful but how about considering delivering it as a webinar so folk in the far corners of the country can benefit as well.