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Meet Affect @ Ragan’s Visual Communications Conference at Cisco, September 21-23

By Katie Creaser | On August 11, 2016

Content marketing is getting harder everyday. Comms pros are challenged to create creative, exciting content to stand out from the competition – while dealing with consumers’ shortening attention spans and a heavier reliance on mobile phones. Most brands understand that visuals need to be a part of their content marketing strategy – but don’t know where to start or how to make sure that they achieve ROI for their efforts.

 

Join Affect at Ragan’s Visual Communications Conference at Cisco headquarters in San Jose and spend three days (September 21-23rd) learning how to:
  • Attract and engage audiences with visual storytelling
  • Stand out from the content glut with high-quality images
  • Leverage mobile to reach millennials and Generation Z
  • Script, shoot and share riveting emotional videos
  • Enthrall audiences with the Hero’s Journey
  • Master the top social media platforms for visuals
Don’t forget to sign up for the pre-conference workshop on September 21 and join Affect’s very own Katie Creaser to take a deep dive into the top social platforms for visuals. The two-hour session will cover the use of visuals in brand storytelling across channels like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Snapchat.

 

Click here to learn more and register – use this link to get $50 off of your registration:

 

Disclosure: Affect is a sponsor of the Ragan Visual Communications Conference and will be speaking at the event. 

 

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Katie Creaser

Katie is a senior vice president at Affect, where she provides counsel to clients that are looking to bring PR and social media into their communications program as part of a thoughtful, holistic strategy. Katie works closely with Affect’s technology and healthcare clients to ensure that their value resonates with customers by creating compelling content for every medium. Prior to joining Affect, Katie served as assistant program manager for the Capital Roundtable, an event production company for the private equity, investment banking, venture capital, legal, hedge fund and professional advisory communities in New York City.