FEMALE DJ OF AUGUST/SEPTEMBER:

CHARLOTTE THORSTVEDT DJ:

Charlotte Thorstvedt is a Norwegian DJ and resident/booking manager of the respected underground house & techno venue The Villa in Oslo Norway. She has been an integral part of building the club up to its current reputable status due to a consisting run of cutting edge bookings. The Villa has been voted by DJ mag, Pulse Radio, Resident Advisor, and The Guardian to be amongst the top clubs in the world.

Her DJing has brought her all over the world to clubs and festivals in places like Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Ibiza, Mexico, Rio, and LA. Recent gigs have sent her to a wide range of places; from legendary institutions like The Electric Pickle in Miami to bunker raves in Romania.

Her eclectic DJ style, which blends the old with the new, minimal techno with forgotten house gems, has garnered her much attention. She has played alongside names like Guy Gerber, Lake People, Shaun Reeves, Konrad Black, Ivan Smagghe and many more. She has been featured in podcast series’ such as Deep House Amsterdam, Pulse Radio, and Apotek, amongst others.

In 2012 she released her debut album "Salome". Tracing back her career, Charlotte was an MTV VJ for 3 years, presenting shows like MTV News and Spanking New, as well as the pan European program Euro Top 20. Fun fact: She has a masters degree in anthropology.

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

ARTICLE


Blogging boot camp day 4



How to build the best post you can!

Like i have said before ..these are all general tips, and what works for me...might not work for you!

But here goes...
My advice are pretty basic, but still important...




  • Don´t write more then 200 words...
  • Short paragraphs 
  • Add a relevant picture to your post if you can! That way the people that don´t want to read have something to look at. This way there is a greater possibility that the reader will stick around longer, and not click off...in 2 seconds...
  • Write about something YOU find interesting..
  • Add links to additional information...that way Google for example will have an easier time searching...
  • Add trigger words to your posts ...this makes it easier for people to scann, and find information they find interesting...
  • Update your blog as often as you can...hopefully more then once a week...
  • Add as much original content as possible...
  • Think about spelling/grammar
However i am not claiming to be a expert, and these are all tips i can work on as well....
Tell me if i have forgotten something...

Here are additional information on the topic.
The first is from a blogging course i have been following for a while, and that gave me the idea for this week! The other is from a Wordpress blog i just found, and the last is a blog post i wrote some time ago...

Good luck:)