The training is held for the second time and includes two modules for a period of three days.
Yesterday, in conversation with bloggers Srdjan Puhalo and Denis Čarkadžić, the first module of training for bloggers Frontal Blog Challenge was completed.
On the three-day Frontal Blog Challenge training course, held on Kozara, participants had opportunity to get acquainted with the notion of blogging and its basic characteristics, the strategy of creating quality content as useful, the simplicity of expression, the way to impose the topic on which they want to write, promote, organize and increase visibility of their content.
“I expected that we would learn something new, we would hang out, but it all went far beyond those expectations. The lecturers really showed us the secrets of blogging and our personal success, and we had the opportunity to transfer it to our work. They showed us the tools they use, they unselfishly shared our tips. Even after the formal part, all the participants shared their experiences during their free time and gave advice to each other, based on what they taught in the lectures, “said Mirela Bikovic, participant of this year’s Frontal Blog Challenge.
What is the “quality” in the online world, which are the basis of the context of marketing, how to profit from the blog, are just some of the topics that the participants of Frontal Blog Challenge training were dealing with, with lecturers who are leading in the digital world, Dragan Varagić, the internet strategist and one of the leading regional experts in the world of internet consulting and Ivana Ćirković, an internet marketing consultant.
“To change the way of thinking, because only in such a way we can get out of our framework and be different, and therefore more interesting to readers”, said during his lecture the main lecturer and mentor on the project Dragan Varagic.
More information about Frontal Blog Challenge can be found directly on portal Frontal, but also on social networks following the official hashtag project #FrontalBlogChallenge.
The project is being implemented with the support of the US Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina.