Headed to #PRSAICON? Join Our Visual Storytelling Workshop and Use Content Like a Master
By Lisa Davis
If you’re in public relations, the PRSA International Conference in Washington, D.C is THE place to be October 12-14. Whether you’re a first-timer or conference veteran, there is tremendous opportunity to network with your peers, sharpen your skillset and learn from some of the industry’s best.
And speaking of the best…The Marketwired team is thrilled to be hosting Visual Storytelling Mastery: Creating Readable, Clickable, Sharable Content, a workshop led by Michael Brito, Gini Dietrich and Amber Naslund who will talk about how the content that PR pros and marketers create every day — like blog posts, infographics and news releases – can tell great brand stories.
If you’ll be at the PRSA Conference, consider this your invitation to join us:
WHAT: Visual Storytelling Mastery: Creating Readable, Clickable, Sharable Content
WHEN: Monday, October 13, 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
WHERE: Delaware A
- Michael Brito (@britopian), Group Director at WCG;
- Gini Dietrich (@ginidietrich), founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich, and author @spinsucks; and
- Amber Naslund (@AmberCadabra), SVP Marketing at Sysomos
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- How to create and share visually appealing content that ignites passion and action, and captures people’s attention
- How you can boost brand awareness and cultivate strong relationships with your audiences
- The new skillset for visual storytelling and content marketing
- Tips, tricks and best practices that you can put into use right away
SPECIAL GUESTS: Our friends from Ink Factory will be on site to storyboard the session in real time. [Sneak peek: the illustration embedded in this post is just a sample of their amazing work.]
If you’re not going to be at the Conference, you can still get in on the action and join the conversation by following us at #MWVisual.
Tweet us if you’re headed to D.C. We’re looking forward to seeing you there.
Custom illustration courtesy of Ink Factory (http://inkfactorystudio.com).