On January 15, 2021 Fiona Oslo, better known as iamfionaoslo on Instagram paid a virtual visit to ICN’s ARTEM Workshop: Becoming an Online Influencer. Fiona shared her experience on becoming an online influencer with the class. She stressed the importance of following your passion and being consistent. Additionally, she discussed the advantages in using all the platform’s options in order to reach more viewers. Student Elodie Fauran, elowithyou on Instagram, was instrumental in bring Fiona to our class. Dr. Hawkins started Becoming an Online Influencer three years ago and HSA grown to be one of the most popular ARTEM Workshop.
@Iamfionaoslo, online influencer, paid a virtual visit to our students during ICN’s ARTEM Workshop!
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