You’ve developed your craft; you’re up on technology. You know you’re supposed to hit all the social media channels to get your work out there. But which ones? What kind of content? When should you post? How do you know any of it is working?
If you are a creative who wants to increase your exposure and personal brand online, this is the webinar for you.
In this webinar, Yanique covers:
Platforms that maximize exposure
The best automation tools for creatives
About the Yanique DaCosta
This thriving millennial resides in Atlanta GA and comes to you as our current Southern Region Representative. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Yanique migrated to the United States in pursuit of educational advancement. She received an Associate Degree in Graphic Design, a Bachelor Degree in Studio Arts and a Masters of Fine Arts in Media Design.
She has led 360 brand development projects that resulted in print, web/interactive, responsive, out of home and motion graphic deliverables. Within her career she has shaped brands such as: Norwegian Cruise Line, HBO, One United Bank, CirraVox, NumberNinja, City of Lauderhill, Overtown Performing Arts Center, Jacq’s Organics, International Diamond Center, Sankofa, OpenEnglish.com, Atlantic Records, Jones Lang & LaSalle, Micro Matic, Clear Channel and NewPoint Media.
In addition to her work as a brand development and advertising professional, Yanique is a passionate painter, educator and entrepreneur.
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