TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA!
This full day seminar is for beginners AND seasoned social media users of the
CREATIVE CLASS. Photographers, designers, illustrators and makers will all
benefit. Our time together will be jam-packed with information that will
immediately improve your social accounts.
We’ll start with Instagram, where we’ll discuss:
• Bio Pages
• Personal vs. Business Accounts
• What to Post
• What to Write
• Stories / Live Stories
• The Algorithm
• Robots and Robot Behavior
• How to Get More Followers
Then we’ll move on to LinkedIn, where I show you why you need to be there too!
• Profile Page
• Home Page
And then, for the best part, I show you how I use Instagram, LinkedIn and my
database to book more jobs!
Therese Gietler has been in the creative advertising business for over 20 years. She is co-owner of Andy Batt
Studio, a successful commercial photography studio in Portland, Oregon. As a small business owner, she has
many responsibilities. She’s the Chief Financial Officer, the Chief Marketing Officer, and the Social Media
Director. She’s the first point of contact; she is responsible for all the estimating, negotiating, and invoicing.
She’s accounts payable and accounts receivable. She’s the bookkeeper, but she’s NOT the accountant (and
she’s very happy about that).
She also volunteers for the American Society of Media Photographers Oregon chapter, as well as manages
their social media accounts.
In her newest business venture, Ask a Producer, Therese lectures about better business practices and
consults with creatives, offering portfolio editing, marketing advice, and production services. People hire her for
her astute business advice in negotiating contracts, especially at high anxiety times when they just aren’t sure
what to do.
“What makes me different from other creative consultants? I'm a consultant that owns a photography business,
versus a consultant that owns a consulting business. I've been in the trenches with you for the past 20+ years.
I've tried it all, I've had some successes and some failures. I'm an open book and my perspective is unique.
And most importantly, I'm still learning!”