Tatak C3: Blogging Workshop for Aspiring Bloggers by Cebu Content Creators

7:55 PM

There is more to this day than just this workshop and I promise I'll tell you all about it but for now, I give you a glimpse of what it's like to attend a workshop organized by Cebu Content Creators on a Saturday afternoon. The workshop, by the way, is called Blogging for First-Timers and it was hash tagged as #BFFWorkshop. It was held at Handuraw, Mango last July 29, 2017. When I found out about the workshop, truth be told, I was hesitant to register. I had a bad experience with a blogging workshop last June. It was a total scam. I won't say any detail about the last workshop I attended because I don't want them to have any kind of traffic/views/searches. Good thing I didn't let my fear of being scammed again stop me and registered for this one though. I wouldn't have known all the things that they shared and taught us.
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I was an hour late and missed the meet and greet part of the workshop. They were at least 30 minutes in and I didn't miss anything major so it was fine. The first part of the workshop was all lectures and demos. When I arrived, the speaker was  Rome Nicolas of Basta Bisaya. He talked about the basics of starting a blog. The second speakers were Katherine Ann Cutar of Nested Thoughts and Ramzyrizzle. They shared their personal tips and tricks on how to take better photos through our handy-dandy phones. They even showed us a live demo on their flatlay process. This actually is my favorite part of the workshop. I love taking photos and watching YouTubers who give tips about mobile photography. Them doing a demo actually felt like I was watching a real-life YouTube tutorial which was so fun! Afterwards, Kath and Ram encouraged us to take photos outside but no one felt like standing up (yet). Until I stood up and brought a new friend with me! See photos below.
Dianne is the one in the Polaroid picture. She has a blog too so go check it out! We played with lots of colors and made use of the charming urban-tropical vibe of Mango Square Mall. She posted a photo I took that day. Go to her Instagram now (linked with the photo below) and give her some love!!
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After the photography exercise, we all went back in and listened to the tips and tricks Phillip Andrew Mayol of Skip the Flip and CebuFinest on how to grow social media platforms and how to be more strategic for our blogs. He also gave us examples and taught us how to find our niche. It was by far, the most information filled lesson of the day.

Photos above are the freebies I won during the raffle promo.They're from Asus! I was super excited about the flashdrive, tbh. #SimpleJoys. I also was in need of a mirror because I broke our mirror at home last month hahahaha. 

At the end of the workshop, they all gave us certificates and congratulated us for completing the afternoon. It was worth the buck and I will definitely recommend their workshops from now on. I won't go into much detail about the tips and tricks I learned because then you wouldn't want to join their workshops na nuon! I will link their website and social media around the post so you could follow them and be updated on their upcoming workshops. I promise you, it's worth every penny.

So, that's all for now. I did say that there is more to this day than just the workshop so keep posted for a Life Lately post coming your way. Oh, and before I end this post, just want to let you all know that I'll be having my very first giveaway here on Hello Benj this month. Keep on the look out, readers!

See you next week!
Xo, Benj.

All photos above (unless otherwise stated) are taken with Samsung Galaxy A7.
Other group photos are from Tatak C3's FB Group Page. All photos taken from the page are linked.

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  1. I'm glad you enjoyed and learned a lot from the workshop, Benj! Hope to see you in our future activities and hopefully we can do a collab with you in the future. :)

    1. Hello, Johanna! Thank you so much for reading. I am actually waiting for the next one! And also, shoot me an e-mail if you want to collab. I'd be happy to create something awesome with you <3