Welcome to the ninth in a series of tips to help bloggers build communities, find an audience and get the most out of working with brands.
One of the highlights of being part of the team of instructors for the Digital Strategy certificate program at University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies is the opportunity to meet with many interesting and talented students. Last summer, I had the pleasure of teaching my first class in the program.
For the Foundations course, each student is required to blog at least twice a week. This past semester, most of the class started blogging for the first time. Everyone did a fabulous job and they’re all worthy of an audience. Have a look and see for yourself:
In Wheel Life – a blog about cycling in cities
Do Better Social
Quiet Girl/Loud World
Wishing is for Wimps
Young People Working
This Digital Life
Rohrer of the Crowd
Sleeping Brodie: a screenwriting virgin’s quest
Life in the Bike Lane
Single Parent Awesome
#Greeting From Across the Miles
Foodie Adventures: Discoveries and Disasters
Brand Building in the Digital Age
Things I Kept
A Beautiful Summer in Toronto Photo Blog
LUVELO – love your bike
You may also want to have a look at the blogs from the first semester of our program.
Let us know which ones you’ll add to your reading list and why.
Photo credit: kakisky