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( #Femme #vin…) & (#Women #Wine…) : deux sphères culturelles 2.0 de …

( #Femme #vin…) & (#Women #Wine…) : deux sphères culturelles 2.0 de … | Communication narrative & Storytelling |
Support de communication pour la Journées d'études "Les Femmes et le vin. Dialogue entre cultures", 10 octobre 2015, Maison de l’Archéologie, Université Borde…
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WOM (Word of Mouth) comment développer le bouche à oreille?

WOM (Word of Mouth) comment développer le bouche à oreille? | Communication narrative & Storytelling |
WOM = Bouche à oreille Le WOM ou « word of mouth » est la version anglaise du bouche à Oreille. Le bouche à oreille est un phénomène de recommandation d

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Coca Cola Content 2020 Part One

The media landscape is a very different beast today than it was even 5 years ago. Then agency-led television commercials dominated how we channel our marketing. The very fact you are reading this here proves that things have changed. Coca Cola have always been at the forefront of innovation. In this video Jonathan Mildenhall, Vice-President, Global Advertising Strategy and Creative Excellence at The Coca-Cola Company is the person responsible for leading global creative vision and strategy for the Company's portfolio of global brands.


In this video he explains how Coke will leverage the opportunities in the new media landscape and transform one-way storytelling into dynamic storytelling hoping to add value and significance to peoples lives. Jonathan describes the challenge of content creation in an enlightening way, reminding us that "every contact point with a customer should tell an emotional story".

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Ash Sadek's curator insight, May 3, 2014 9:44 AM

Just because I love everything Coca Cola does!

Grizzel Fonseca's curator insight, May 13, 2014 4:05 AM

I agree with Coca Cola about moving away for creative excellence to content excellence. They have developed their brand and established it well in the world. They are looking at ways to stay on top of other competitors; it is very smart of them to make sure their consumers are happy with the product and how they can connect with audiences. By creating the brand and establishing the brand does not mean long term profit or customer loyalty. It is how the business continues to market the brand that results in customer loyalty and profit. Coca Cola that identify this and made it their focus to create a strong customer loyalty with their audience; making sure the consumer shall never drift away from the brand and company.


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What is Story Theory? How to Use It to Create Awesome Brand Affinity

Presentation given to University of Chicago Alums re: Story Theory and its Application To Marketing

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, November 25, 2014 2:48 PM

Here's a great piece colleague Jim Signorelli put together about how story theory works better as an approach in branding than giving a list of essential story elements or simple story structures.

Right on Jim! It won't take readers long to go through this SlideShare piece and reap the benefits. Of course I love Doug Lipmans story dynamics chart on slide 18, the Identification Filter (oops Jim, there's a typo here!) on slide 20, and the motive chart on slide 27.

The definition of story beginning on slide 37 is OK and goes beyond what most people produce. I'm biased though. I like what Peggy Van Pelt from Disney and I came up with oh so many moons ago -- "a story is an act of communication providing packets of sensory material and an emotional narrative arc allowing listeners to quickly and easily internalize it, understand it, and create meaning from it."

I like this definition because it focuses not on what a story is, but on what it does. What's the lesson here? There is no 1 right definition. Be aware of the variety of existing story definitions and use the one that fits your objectives at that particular time.

OK -- enough said. Enjoy the insights in Jim's post and keep the light for storytelling well lit and tended!

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Tina Stock's curator insight, November 25, 2014 5:56 PM

good reference material AND highlights a big issue - what is your archetype?

Brad Tollefson's curator insight, March 19, 2016 1:49 PM

good reference material AND highlights a big issue - what is your archetype?

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Telling Stories, Connectedly

Telling Stories, Connectedly | Communication narrative & Storytelling |
Telling stories, connectedlyScreen AfricaThere are a couple of points that are worth remembering as you try to transition to a more connected form of digital storytelling. Firstly, the audience is in control.


Now here is a thoughtful article that shares with us a glimpse of the future -- specifically the technologies on the horizon that will continue to change the tools we use to share our biz stories.


The main point of this post is the increasing importance of connecting and sharing your stories across different technology media -- computer, iPads, mobile. And in various forms -- digital stories, social media snippets, online maps, and the like. To be the most effective, your biz stories need to connect and link together -- be part of a focused whole.


This does not mean you have a single narrative that is shared across platforms and through different technologies. This means you have a series of biz stories that you share. Some of these stories are best shared digitally, some in social media, others face-to-face (yes, that is still a technology available to us!!), others on our website, etc. The entire collection of your biz stories create your brand, your voice, your reputation.


This is a good "let's step back and see the big picture" article.


I very much like the author's points at the end: all of these choices can be overwhelming, and get help from others to work with the new tools. Now if I just had a few more hours each day to use more of these digital tools .... :))


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