Blogging is a relatively new medium for aromatherapists. When I initially trained in aromatherapy, aromatherapy blogging was certainly not a common term! However, with the explosion of social media in recent years, any aromatherapist who wants to keep up with industry needs to have a basic understanding of blogging and how to write their own aromatherapy blog.
I have been writing an aromatherapy blog for the past few years and have learned a lot in that time; in addition to practicing aromatherapy, I also write professionally, both articles and blog posts. To that end, I will be sharing some of the information that I have learned in a tele-conference for the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy on March 8, 2012.
All informational tele-conferences are free for members of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy; even if you are not a member, you can still sign up, but it will cost you (a good reason to become a member today!). Here’s a link to more information about the tele-conference that I will be presenting:
Aromatherapy Writing and Blogging
I will be covering information such as how to effectively write your aromatherapy blog, how to post effectively and how to establish your credibility and branding in your particular field of aromatherapy. This is a tele-conference that covers more of the creative side of writing, than the technical “how-to” in setting up a blog, but you should come away with the basic pointers and knowledge to get started on writing your own aromatherapy blog!
Happy writing! And see you there! 🙂
If you would like information on becoming a member of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy, please do not hesitate to contact me for further information. I am the regional director for Arizona for the National Assoication for Holistic Aromatherapy.