Designing your Digital Presence
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Instructor Lindsay Anvik, April 24, 2019; 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.. Online
April 24, 2019 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

As a busy design professional you know having a social media presence is important, but are you getting the most out of your time spent online? If the thought of google analytics, email databases and live streaming videos makes your head spin, rest assured: It’s all about taking the building blocks you use every day in your design business, and applying them to a new medium. Digital marketing guru Lindsay Anvik gives a hands-on approach to tackling digital social media, covering where designers should be online and how you should promote yourself and your business once you get there.

In this class you will learn:
- Where you should be to maximize your time online
- Which platforms are most crucial to generating leads and new business
- The importance of social media advertising, consistency across platforms
- How to use analytics to increase your engagement
- Where to allocate funds and effort when designing your online presence

After this class you’ll have:
- Tips for creating beautiful and strategic social content that reflects your design and business sensibilities

Additional Information:
This is an online course conducted through AdobeConnect. You will receive an email with information on how to join the evening before the class.

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(If you are already a BOH Insider member and are looking to take this class, please email ktrepanier@businessofhome.com)

About the Instructor:
Lindsay Anvik is a fourth-generation entrepreneur and CEO of See Endless, Inc. She travels the world giving seminars on productivity, leadership and marketing to everyone from Fortune 500 companies and major museums to mom-and-pop companies. Her company, See Endless is focused around helping leaders and employees tap into their endless potential. Her marketing and business development strategies have led to coverage in the New York Times, InStyle Magazine, The New York Post, Metro New York and many others, and she's also been a featured contributor on MSNBC's "Your Business".